With global pricing enabled, you can price your products and services in a variety of ways.
To set up product pricing:
- View the product for which you want to configure pricing.
- Click the Pricing tab.
- Toggle "Charge for this product" to enable or disable product pricing.
Except for consumable items, you can apply several pricing methods to products:
Charge a price per hour, day, week, or month (e.g., $50 per day).
Prices round up, so if a product costs $10 per hour, you charge $10 for rentals up to an hour, and $20 for rentals longer than 1 hour and up to 2 hours.
Likewise, if a product costs $10 per day, you charge $10 for rentals up to 24 hours, and $20 for rentals longer than 24 hours and up to 48 hours.
Charge a fixed price, regardless of the rental duration (e.g., $50 per order).
Set up tiered pricing (e.g., $50 for 1 day, and $75 for 2 days, and $20 for each extra day).
Note: this article describes one-off structures, which apply to a single product. Use template pricing structures to apply the same structure to multiple products (even if they have different base prices).
Pricing structures consist of one or more price tiles:
As with other pricing methods, prices round up; when the duration of a rental is longer than the duration set in a tile, the next tile is applied.
In the example above, the tile for 3 days is used for any rentals longer than a day.
If the rental period exceeds all tiles, you can charge an optional fee for each extra hour, day, week, or month:
Pricing for product variations
Except for products using a one-off pricing structure, prices are set per variation. So for a product that's priced per day, the price per day is set from the Variations tab.