• Create your event and its registration form in Eventbrite ;
  • Creating a Zapier account only takes a few minutes. For less than 5 zaps, the free version is all you need. Otherwise, take a look at their offers ;
  • The "Webhook" zap requires a "Premium" account ;
  • Create a specific form in Plezi You need to create a new offer from the “Content” tab, and associate it with a form template. 

First step: the trigger

  1. 1.Log in to your Zapier account and create a new zap. 
  2. 2.In Choose a trigger app, select Eventbrite
  3. 3.In Choose Eventbrite trigger, select the action “New attendee" 
  4. 4.In Select Eventbrite account, attach your Eventbrite account. This is your first Zap with Eventbrite, log in to your Eventbrite account to accept the invitation. 
  5. 5.In Set up actions, specify: 
  • Event Status: Live 
  • Event: the name of your Eventbrite event 

6. Test this step and then go to the action. 

Second step: the action

1.Select "Webhooks by Zapier". 

It can be a bit tricky to find it.
Use the "research" field :



2.Choose the action "GET". 

3.The following step consists in configuring your template. 

There are three fields that must be added. To the left you must put: 

  • form_id
  • content_web_form_id
  • tenant_id

The information to add to the right is available directly in the script of your Plezi form:  

You will then get: 

    4. In Set up Template, enter the following items: 

5. Test this step and continue. 

You can then activate your zap 

Tip: 

  • The workflow put in place in your Plezi form will be operational! So be careful not to automatically send a message twice with each registration: if you have already configured this in Eventbrite, don’t select this option in the workflow of your Plezi form. 
  • Attention: if your Plezi form includes consent, this risks not creating the contact with Eventbrite in your Plezi account. 
  • If you want to put the Eventbrite block directly in a Plezi landing page, you can add its “Embed code” in an HTML block on your landing page. 

This is what it looks like: 

<div style="width:100%; text-align:left;"><iframe src="https://eventbrite.fr/tickets-external?eid=XXXXXXXXXXX&amp;ref=etckt" frameborder="0" height="275" width="100%" vspace="0" hspace="0" marginheight="5" marginwidth="5" scrolling="auto" allowtransparency="true"></iframe></div>

Replace the XXXXXXXXXXX with the ID of your event (you will always see it in the URL when you manage your event): 

And the result: 

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