A payment plan is a ticket system that allows customers to spread the cost of their ticket over a number of months. Payment Plan tickets are broken down into three main parts, such as below:

  • Deposit: Initial non-refundable payment plus the booking fee and delivery charges

  • Instalment: The middle or part payments

  • Balance: The final payment and conclusion of the payment plan

For example:

3 Month Payment Plan
Weekend Ticket: £80 + BF

Ticket Cost
Face Value

Fees

Default 10% + 25p

Deposit

£20

£8.25

Instalment

£30

N/A

Balance

£30

N/A

6 Month Payment Plan

Saturday Ticket: £55 + BF

Ticket Cost

Face Value

Fees

Default 10% + 25p

Deposit

£5

£5.75

Instalment 1

£10

N/A

Instalment 2

£10

N/A

Instalment 3

£10

N/A

Instalment 4

£10

N/A

Balance

£10

N/A

Customers agree to the Payment Plan by purchasing their deposit ticket and this is charged to their credit or debit card immediately along with the booking fee. This payment is non-refundable and no claim can be made to recover this money in any way whatsoever unless the event is cancelled or postponed.

Once they have successfully purchased their deposit ticket, Skiddle will then automatically debit their card on a monthly basis. Payments are taken on or around the 1st of each month as specified below: There will always be at least one calendar month between the deposit payment and the first instalment.

For Example: For any Payment Plan opened with an Initial Payment made in January 2021, the first automated payment will be taken on or around 1st March 2021 and then monthly thereafter if applicable.


If you would like to use the Payment Plan feature on your events, please contact your account manager directly or contact our Account Support Team: promoters@skiddle.com

N.B. It is not currently possible to set up Payment Plans via your account but we hope to release this feature to the Promotion Centre soon.

Disclaimer: This article contains information applicable to this promotion centre. If you have access to BETA test please see here.

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