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For any event, the seating arrangements can be very important. You want similar attendees to be seated on the same table. But finding out these similarities is often difficult. Thus the best way to go about the whole thing is to let the attendees pick out their own seats from the available seating plan. Here to let you do that in a very easy way is a web service called ArrangeMySeat.


ArrangeMySeat is a web service targeted at event planners. The service lets people create an event signing-up page online. You can feed in all sorts of details for your events. You can set up multiple ticket types and the people who want to register for your event start by choosing the type of ticket they want. They can then add any other people who they will be bringing with them.

After this step, the attendees answer a few questions that you have set and then they can select their seats from the seating plan. You can later check out what people sitting at a particular table answered to your questions, such as food preferences, and serve them appropriately.


Also shown on the event page are details of the event itself. You will find a date, the starting and ending time, the location of the event, and also a map image of the event’s venue.


Publishing an event through ArrangeMySeat will cost you $75. Apart from the publishing charge, the service will cost you $1.50 for each successful seat that is registered. Payments on the site are all handled through PayPal.

The site’s developers have generously given the first 15 commenters on this post a free license to create one event in 2012; this means that you will not be charged the event publishing fee or the per seat registration charge.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you create online event registration pages.
  • Lets event attendees pick their own seats.
  • Lets you ask event attendees questions.
  • Uses PayPal to process payments.

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  1. Brie
    July 2, 2012 at 10:36 am

    Oooh! I'd like one of the licenses. Please and thank you!

  2. Umut
    July 1, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    Looks nice, may be useful later.