Check your capacity
Are you using a limited inventory? It might be that the capacity is exceeded for today. Check in the Customers Report how many tickets have you sold for today.
Check opening hours exceptions
Is there an opening hour exception? Delete is or adjust the date.
Check opening hours
Check "Until when tickets should be sold" setting. For example, if the tickets can be sold until 16:00 but it is 18:00, customers will only be able to buy tickets for tomorrow. If needed, adjust this setting to a different time.
Check validity settings & validity exceptions
Go to the product validity settings and make sure that visibility starts from today or earlier and validity is correct.
Note: Calendar will not show the dates if validity starts more than 2 months in the future. If you have adjusted validity, you might need to wait for 10-15 min until it's updated.
Is your inventory not unlimited? Go to the inventory pool and check that the capacity is larger than 0 and there are no inventory rules with 0 capacity.
If needed, increase the capacity and/or delete inventory rule.
Check booking horizon and release time
Go to product list and product settings.
For example, if release time is set as 10 days, the customer will be able to select the visit date only 10 days from today.
If booking horizon is set as 5 days, the customer will only see upcoming 5 days in the calendar.
Check and extend time slots
Time slots end before the selected date. In the following example, time slots end on 31/05.
Extend time slots, if needed. It's advisable to always keep time slots valid until the date far in the future in order to avoid troubleshooting.
Have you checked everything and product(s) is/are still not visible in the checkout? Contact us email@example.com