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Each option you create can have up to 9 pricing tiers, each with its own label and price. These are commonly used for age groups like Child, Adult and Senior, but they can be labeled to suit your needs. For example, similar types of rentals might be grouped under a single option and differentiated by price tier.

To edit an option’s pricing tiers, navigate to that option’s edit page.

Under Pricing Tiers, you can see all current pricing tiers that can be booked through that option.

To add a new tier, click Add New Price Tiers (1).

You can change a tier’s label (2) add a SKU (3). You can also add an age range (3) in the appropriate fields.

To make a tier required, click the required toggle (5). If more than one tier is required, customers will need to book at least one of any of the required tiers.

Enter the customer’s price to book the option in the Retail field (6). If needed, enter your company’s cost price for the option in the Cost field (7).

There are two more ways to customize your pricing tiers, listed under Advanced (8).

The first is to add a strikethrough price (9) to the tier. While you can adjust prices and offer discounts dynamically through rules, this setting allows you to simple display what looks like a reduced price without actually adjusting your pricing.

You can also use resource availability for price tiers (10). This works for options that use daily availability and for options that use resource availability. Attaching a resource to a price tier will require one of that resource to be available for each booking of that price tier.

Click Save Changes when you finish editing pricing tiers.