I am using django 1.10 with mysql.
I am willing to have two tables in my db with the same fields.
listing = models.ForeignKey(Listing)
ticketId = models.CharField(max_length=32)
dateOfPosting = models.DateTimeField()
seatNumber = models.PositiveIntegerField(null=True, blank=True)
### same fields here
Having two identical tables in database suggests that you don't need them, a boolean field or some foreign key would most likely do the job.
Hovewer, if you really want to have two identical models, you should look at abstract moels.
class AbstractBase(models.Model): listing = models.ForeignKey(Listing) ticketId = models.CharField(max_length=32) ... class Meta: abstract = True class Model1(AbstractBase): pass class Model1(AbstractBase): pass
That way Model1 and Model2 will have same fields.