Select a pricing plan that works for you. Pricing is based on features and the number of attendees you have in Eventbrite. Frequently asked questions just below.
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Everything you need to get started with syncing Eventbrite data with Salesforce
  • Your Eventbrite data in Salesforce
  • Access Eventbrite within Salesforce
  • Salesforce reports & dashboards
  • Link campaigns to events
  • Scheduled imports from Eventbrite
  • Create Leads, Contacts, Accounts
  • Salesforce matching rules to link records
  • Email support

Frequently Asked Questions

How is pricing calculated?

Pricing is based on the total number of attendees for the last (rolling) 12 months - this number is used against the tiered pricing model. You can use the calculator above to check the cost.

If you had 12 events in the last 12 months with 100 attendees for each event your total attendees would be 1,200.

1,200 attendees over a rolling 12 month period would put you in our 1,001 - 2,000 tier costing US$50 per month.

Do I need a license for all Salesforce users?

We provide a site license, all users can use the product at no extra cost.

Do you offer a free trial of your product?

You can install a free 14-day trial that includes all of the premium features.

What happens after 14 days?

After 14 days, and you have not purchased the application will be hidden from view and disabled.

How do you count Attendees for 12 Months

Attendees are counted per event (like tickets). If a person attends 5 events, then the count is 5 (free or paid).

How does purchasing work?

Purchasing is handled by Salesforce Checkout. Checkout supports most credit cards. All pricing is in US Dollar.

How do you provide support?

Support is provided by our UK based team through email only.

Am I locked in for a period of time?

You can change your plan or cancel at any time.

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