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Holds: Setting Default Holds for Pricing Map

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Default holds for a venue are a way to block out some seats from sale. Default holds are copied to a new performance when it is created. They can be used for:
  • House helds and trouble sats
  • Obstructed sight lines
  • wheelchair, handicapped and companions seating such as for the ADA seating (although, this might be better implemented in a much better way using associated/social distance holds for companions seats)
  • Sound boards and other venue holds
  • Typical artist holds - although, if these vary from performance to performance, they should not be placed in defaults holds
Changing holds in this window only affects:
  • creation of new performances - existing performances are not changed at all
  • the return to hold map for performances when tickets are refunded if the performance is set to use the defaults from the pricing map

After selectiong a range of seats, click this icon to remove the seats from the default venue hold . None of the existing performances will be affected. The default holds only affect future events that are created and the 'return to hold' map.
Creates a default hold code for the seat in the venue. Any new events created using this venue map can have these seats held automatically. Also, if the performance uses the standard 'return to hold' map for the venue, then any time a ticket is returned that is for one of these default holds, the ticket will be put back on hold. This provides a way of 'protecting' the seat.
Clears any default holds from all seats in the pricing map. Use this if you want to start with a clean slate.
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