If you want to sell tickets to your event attendees with Grenadine Reg, you can use one of several payment providers that are supported by Grenadine. Some payment providers are supported out of the box, with an automated setup, while others require some setup from both you and Grenadine support staff. Here are the providers:
Payment systems that are supported out of the box
- Stripe.com payments – recommended. Supports multiple currencies and in multiple countries. See the list of supported countries and currencies here. Payouts are automated for your registrations, and funds are deposited directly from the attendee’s credit card directly into your Stripe account. Once you have your Stripe account set up with Stripe, simply make your way to the Settings area in Grenadine and press the “Connect with Stripe” button.
- PayPal – recommended. Supports multiple currencies and in multiple countries. Payouts are automated for your registrations, and funds are deposited directly from the attendee’s PayPal account or credit card directly into your PayPal account. Note that a PayPal business account is required to use PayPal to collect registration fees with this method. Personal accounts are not eligible. You will also need to accept a PayPal billing agreement when you set up your account within Grenadine Reg.
Payment systems that are supported, with some setup required
The following payment providers are supported by Grenadine but may require some setup on your part, and on the part of our Grenadine support team. If you would like to use one of these payment providers, perhaps because your organization has a corporate contract, please contact our support team.
- Moneris (in Canada). Supports CAD and USD, for customers located in Canada.
- Paysafe (in several countries). Supports multiple currencies and in multiple countries.
- Monetico Premium Payments (integrated with Paysafe, in Canada)
Custom payment systems for registration
Some payment systems are supported by Grenadine within our Enterprise Event Management suite. These are usually for specific organizations or for specific groups of companies.