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I realised that I didn't have to wait for the participant status cron job to run and could run it from the console, so have done some testing and find that by default a cancellation after the event means that a wait-listed person will be offered a place to a now past event. So I looked at my alternatives. a) does work and is probably the safest and sensibly ...


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I don't think it is without custom code :-( The idea of the waitlist is they only pay if they have a place.


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The only way I see to accomplish this without writing custom code is to create 3 Civi events. You'd then: Create a page on your website describing the event, with 3 different registration links. Give your 3 events the same date, event type, etc, but different limits and pricing structures. All three can be set to roll over to waitlist after the limit is ...


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The waitlist feature applies to the whole event when "Max Participants" is set on the event info & configuration page, not to limits set for individual options in a price field. The usual behaviour when an price field option is "fully subscribed" is that the option can no longer be selected during the registration process. So the behaviour you ...


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I do think that this is possible it also depends on the event configuration in CiviCRM. If it is not possible you could create a webform in which each participant gets the status on waitlist instead of registered. That way you could create a waitlist. To enable Participant Status - on waitlist in your webform -> you need to visit: /civicrm/admin/...


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One approach would be to ask the resident/non-resident question first and direct them to two separate events: a residents one for immediate registration and a non-residents one with a max participants of 0. When you want to allow non-residents to book you have two basic options: open up non-resident bookings by changing the max participants on the non-...


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For your case I think you could instead use the pending approval functionality. That way a real-time payment is made but you can make the registration final.


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