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Add an Eventbrite Event to an Email Created with the Third-Generation Editor [Discussion]


Using Eventbrite to create your events? Drag an Eventbrite block into your email to promote your event to your existing contacts or send targeted emails to your Eventbrite contacts. Once your Eventbrite account is synced, all you have to do is choose your event and then send your email.


Interested in learning more? Visit our Knowledge Base to add an EventBrite block today! If you have any questions ask us below.







Hey! I'm Nick and I am the Social Media & Content Manager for the Community and Social Care team here at Constant Contact, aka @CTCTHelp on Twitter. When I'm not at work you can find me kayaking, hiking, and reading.

Marketing Advisor

Hello @KeywaT

Currently, it is not possible to change the text that displays on the Eventbrite action block. I can definitely pass along the request to our developers though! They are always updating the product and love to hear customer feedback. Let us know if you need anything else!

All Star

If I use constant contact to send an email with an eventbrite block can I resend that email to non-responders only?

CTCT Employee

Hello @MicheleM73037

We do have a resend to non-openers option on the send page of your account. If you are looking to resend to the people who have not registered for your event, you will have to export that list from Eventbrite, then import to a new list in your account. You can then copy your old email or create a new one and send to that list. If you have any further questions please feel free to reach out. 

New Member

What kind of Eventbrite access is needed to use the Eventbrite Action Block. Can Eventbrite subusers utilize this to promote the events that they manage? 


Hi @JanyneK251 

The good news is you can connect a sub-user to an Eventbrite action block. However if this sub-user does not have access to all events, they will receive an error message stating "Unable to Access Events" when trying to connect and add an event to an Eventbrite block. If you do receive this message, we suggest connecting to the main administrator Eventbrite account instead. Another workaround is having the main administrator of your Eventbrite account change the permissions of this sub-user to have access to all events.