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How much does AnywhereSeat cost?
How much does AnywhereSeat cost?
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Written by Zachary Collins
Updated over a week ago

Convenience Fee

We pass a 5% + $0.75 / ticket convenience fee onto your patron.

Example: on a $10 purchase, the patron pays $11.25. We take the $1.25, cover credit card processing fees, and you're left with the full $10.

This means there are no credit card processing fees you have to pay on top of our convenience fee.

There are no fees for $0 purchases.

You can also choose to absorb the fees instead of passing them onto your patrons. So on a $10 purchase, your patrons would pay $10 and you'd receive $8.75.

Payout Fees

When you request your money via your Balances dashboard in AnywhereSeat, we charge a $2 per payout fee. For example, if you request a $250 payout, we'll send you $248. This covers the fees we're charged for sending payments via paper check and direct deposit.


Let's say you sell 50 $10 tickets. That's $500 in earned sales for you since the convenience fee is passed onto patrons. When you request payout, you'll receive $498 via paper check or direct deposit. There are no additional credit card processing fees you have to worry about paying!

Are there any costs associated with live streaming, video hosting, or other online events?

Selling tickets to your event on AnywhereSeat is free, but depending on how you decide to do your event, you may be looking at additional outside expenses. Here's a quick guide:

Live streaming

AnywhereSeat integrates with live streaming software and services such as OBS, Ecamm Live, Wirecast, Restream, Crowdcast, and others that support RTMP keys. We also are able to embed Vimeo Livestream if you have a Vimeo Premium account. The software/services listed vary in price, some being free but requiring hardware equipment, while others cost money. It is best to look at your options, but the rule of thumb with live streaming technology is you get you what you pay for.

We of course can help you figure out the best live streaming option per your needs and budget!

Other events

If you plan on doing a Zoom event, you can get away with their free Basic tier if you plan on having an event 40 minutes or less with 100 or less patrons. If you want to upgrade to a higher Zoom tier with additional options, then there is an expense to that.

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