Event Espresso, the event registration and ticketing plugin for WordPress now has a module for First Data Payeezy. It uses the API method of integration. The customer stays on your website during the entire process. It means that you are responsible for PCI compliance. This includes having an SSL certificate installed on your website.
The price for the Event Espresso First Data Payeezy module is $69.95. Then, every year, you have to renew your original purchase for $34.98.
I’ve never been a fan of that business model. Once I pay for a thing, I don’t want to pay for that thing again.
I can create a custom form for First Data Payeezy that offers a simple way of selling tickets to an event. Unlike Event Espresso, the method I offer doesn’t require an SSL certificate on your website. First Data handles PCI compliance. When a customer selects the number of tickets they want to buy and enters their basic contact information, they’re transferred to First Data’s secure payment form. There they enter their credit card number, expiration date, and the three or four digit security code. No sensitive PCI information is ever collected on your website.
I charge a one-time fee of $50 to build a custom event registration form that blends seamlessly with your website. After that, you pay nothing. Any custom work I do comes with lifetime support.
Here is an example of a form I created for an event.
If you’re interested in having me create a custom form for an event, contact me with the specifics.