If TT maintains a similar ticket price as earlier years the fundraising margin will be significantly smaller. This assuming TT doesn’t lower its price to compensate, which they very well could (and should) do.
I would bring this up with Frallan and suggest that you pay the same per participant as we have done previous years. The rent for the 200 person event has been around 60 000 so multiply that by 0.375 (200*0.375=75) and you get 22 500.
This is very much their off-season (there won’t be any other guests there anyway) and they very much enjoy having the events there.
I would also raise it to 100 rather than 75 but that’s just IMO. The only significant difference you will get in terms of risk for virus transmission will be around lunch and dinner time when everyone gathers at Kaffestugan. The difference of 25 people is small and if you combine it with other measures such as open windows with cross draft and/or eating at different set times rather than everyone at the same time (divide the participants in two groups with different wristbands or something) I don’t think having an extra 25 people there is a real problem at all.
Even with 200 participants a lot of the places and rooms are often more or less empty. The bottlenecks that exist will exist also with 75 people and you won’t get people to stop cuddling in tiny cottages and so on regardless.
Good luck and thanks for being a torchbearer for the event!
Using Burnertickets will likely be more expensive than Noden’s Moonclerk account. Another option is for Noden to use their Stripe acount and connect it to Blivande’s ticket system running Pretix. Then you get the same system used by Borderland. Arguably much better than Burnertickets dated system. Then you simply have TT invoice Noden after the event and you use the Noden debit card to buy groceries if needed. Ideally take as many costs as you can on invoice (have Gustaf Söderfelt buy the groceries through his company etc).