Here are some of the most common ways add-ons are used for signups.
Add the activities at your event, so people can choose which activity they want to participate in.
When registering, a person can choose to participate in the activity, and any cost will be added to the total amount due.
You can add forms for specific activities that may require extra acknowledgments or parent permission.
Allow people to reserve specific seats or assigned tickets for an event.
Name the specific section the tickets are located in.
Create a variation for each specific ticket in the section and set the quantity to 1.
Add-ons are attendee-specific, so if you want to allow people to reserve for more than just themselves, make sure to leave the option to purchase more than one unchecked.
If this add-on is only for a specific selection, specify the selection, and it will be hidden for anyone who is registering under a different selection.
When people register, they can choose a ticket. Add a quantity for each one, so when it's already taken, it will be marked as sold out.
Give people the option to cover the processing fees for a card payment.
Stripe, our payment processor, charges 2.15% + $.30 per credit card or debit card transaction. Calculate how much the fee will be for each of your selections and create add-ons specific to each Selection price.
Events like a Parents Day Out or Day Care need to collect more attendee information than split registrations. You can set up those days and allow people to purchase more than one.
To limit people to one option per day, use variations.
To allow people to choose multiple options per day, use separate add-ons