This article is relevant to you if you're planning to add unique information on each ticket. Ticket Generator allows you to do this by uploading a CSV or MS-Excel file, where data in each row corresponds to the data for each ticket. 

Typically, if you are hosting an event, you can the following data-points that are usually unique to the ticket-holder:

  • Seat Number (e.g., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Row  Number (e.g., A, B, C, D)
  • Section (e.g., Silver, Gold, Platinum)
  • Ticket Price (e.g.,  USD 100, EUR 50)
  • Hall/Auditorium (e.g. Audi 1, Hall 5)

You can add this unique information on each ticket by adding this data in each row. Each column should have a unique header defining the data in the column. These headers will also be printed on the ticket. 

For example, if the data in the MS-Excel is: 

the data on the ticket will be printed as follows:


You can add between 1 to 5 data-points. This means if your CSV or MS-Excel has more than 5 columns, data 6th column onwards will be ignored. 

The number of characters in the header and value depends on the number of columns (1-5) you are planning to add. For best results, keep in the number of characters in the range given below:

  • 1 Column: 1-70 characters
  • 2 Columns: 1-32
  • 3 Columns: 1-19
  • 4 Columns: 1-13
  • 5 Columns: 1-10

Note that at no point should the total number of characters (sum of all columns text) should be greater than 70 characters. This will ensure that the information on the ticket is clearly printed and visible. 

If you're not certain, always check the ticket preview before proceeding to generate the tickets. 

If you have any further questions related to adding variable information on tickets, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] or [email protected]

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