My inventory is a day tour to a Zoo via minibus. There are 11 seats on the bus.
My option is “City Departure” with two pricing tiers:
I would like to offer 2 more pricing tiers
- Family of 4
- Family of 5
But when a customer selects and books a Family of 4 ticket, I want to provide a discount of course. Say $50 off. But I also need to reduce my available spaces by 4. Is there a way of doing this?
Perhaps I need to setup my Options, Pricing Tiers, Inventory differently?
Some help appreciated.
On the Inventory page I would explain the two different family tickets available and then create one rule for passenger count of four and another rule with a passenger count of 5 to reduce the price to a certain amount.
If you have the adult and child option showing, people will just put the amount of children into it and it will reduce the price.
On the bookable option in the Inventory section you can mark adult and child tier as required.
I guess that’s as close as you would get, most people will follow your instructions and will put in 2 adults and 2-3 children, in theory they could put in 1 adult and 3 children, but that’s quite unlikely to happen.
Another possible option is to set a block size when you create the “Family of 4” or “Family of 5” options.
- Create an option called “Family of 4” and set the block size of “4”.
- Add one price level of “Family of 4 Package” with a price of whatever you want to charge for the family ticket.
- Create a rule that links the available of the Family of 4 option with your main option. This will ensure that the availability is synched up. For information about creating a linked availability, take a look at this article:
When a customer selects this option, the block size will remove 4 spots from your availability but it will be treated as 1 booking. If you need information for the two adults and two children, you can also add additional form fields in order to capture that information.
Repeat the same steps for your “Family of 5” option.