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Copy your event

Copy your event to easily create a new event with the same details as a previous one. To get started, choose "Copy Event" and follow the prompts. Keep in mind that you can't copy an event that was created in a package with more features than your current package.

<h2 id="1">1. Select your event.</h2> <p>Log into your Eventbrite account eblink{here=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/myevents}. Then select your event.</p> <h2 id="2">2. Click &quot;More&quot;.</h2> <h2 id="3">3. Select &quot;Copy Event&quot;.</h2> <ul><li>On your copied event, make sure to update:</li><li>Event Title — Enter a new event title.</li><li>Event Starts &amp; Start Time — Enter the date and time the new event starts.</li><li>Event Ends &amp; End Time — Enter the date and time the new event ends.</li><li>Copy Event Fees — eblink{Eventbrite Premium=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/organizer/premium} and eblink{Eventbrite Music=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/l/music} organizers can copy fees and royalties set at the event level. This option does not copy ticket-level fees and royalties.</li><li>Copy Ticket Fees — eblink{Eventbrite Premium=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/organizer/premium} and eblink{Eventbrite Music=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/l/music} organizers can copy fees and royalties set at the event level. This option does not copy ticket-level fees and royalties.</li></ul> <h2 id="4">4. Review all sections of your new event.</h2> <ul><li>Basic Info / Basic Details — Update any date or location differences. To change locations on a specific event, use the &quot;Search location&quot; option. Using &quot;Edit location&quot; will impact every live or draft event in your account that uses the venue you edited.</li><li>Details — Check the event description for any date or location changes that need to be made. This is also a good time to add any additional information the previous event revealed attendees need to know upfront.</li><li>Tickets — Unhide any hidden tickets you want to be visible. The dates your tickets are on sale are automatically updated based on the new event date entered. Check to confirm they match your event needs.</li><li>Event Privacy — Make sure your event privacy matches your event needs.</li><li>Order Form — Make sure you still want to collect the same information from attendees, including any custom questions (especially important for questions related to meal options, merchandise, or speaker choices). To edit, go to &quot;Order Options&quot; and select &quot;Order Form&quot;.</li><li>Order Confirmation — Check that the order confirmation message includes information attendees need to know after they register. To edit, go to Order Options and select &quot;Order Confirmation&quot;.</li></ul> <p>Waitlist settings, tracking links, affiliate programs, and any attendee specific information are not carried over from your original event. You need to recreate these items in the new event.</p> <h2 id="5">5. Save changes and publish.</h2> <p>After you’ve reviewed the sections outlined in Step 5, click “Save”. If you’re ready to go live, select “Publish Event” and choose whether to “Publish Now” or eblink{&quot;Schedule Publish&quot;=&gt;https://www.eventbrite.com/support/articleredirect?anum=41417}.</p> <p class="text-small l-pad-vert-2 l-pad-hor-2 card l-mar-top-2">TIP: You can still make changes to an event after you publish. However, some items, like setting or changing a refund policy can&#39;t be changed after the event is live.</p>

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