Customising ticket email text


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# Heading level 1
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*italics text*
**bold text**
***bold and italics***

Bulleted lists

* First item
* Second item
* Third item


It is also possible to use most common HTML tags in ticket text. For example:

<strong>Bold text</strong>
<em>Italics text</em>
<ul><li>List item</li><li>List item</li></ul>
Link to <a href="">Google</a>

Special placeholders

There are several special placeholders that you can use in the ticket text.


Displays the ticket QR code value as text. Example:

Please use :ticket_code to log in to our streaming service.


Please use U7E21QCL8 to log in to our streaming service.


Will be replaced by the order completion/payment date. Example:

This ticket is valid six months from :order_date.


This ticket is valid for six months from 21.08.2020.


If you have created attendee specific questions using our "Order form" tool, it is possible to add a link to the confirmation email so that the attendee can later change their details. Example:

Click here to change your registration: :attendee_form_url


Click here to change your registration:


Links to a private page where the buyer can manage their order. If you have enabled refunds initiated by the user, the buyer can request a refund on that page and for a free event, the customer can cancel their ticket. Example:

Click here to view and manage your order: :order_url


Click here to view and manage your order:


Returns the unique ID of the event.