Use Tiered pricing when depending on the amount of a service or product provided, you will charge different amounts. 

There are two type of Tiered Pricing available. 

Multiply

In this mode, you have prices that match certain amount ranges (length, areas). Whatever range the total amount falls into, determines the cost charged for all of the amount.

An example might be a linear based service that cost 

  1. $4 per ft. if the total is under 10 ft.  
  2. $3.50 if over 10 ft.

Then 

  • 9 ft = $36 (4 x 9)  
  • 11 ft  (3.5 x 11)= $38.5

Add Up

In this mode, each of the amount ranges get charged at their pricing and added up all together, using the same example from above.

  1. $4 per ft. if the total is under 10 ft.  
  2. $3.50 if over 10 ft.

Then 

  • 9 ft = $36 ($4 x 9ft)  
  • 11 ft  ($4 x 10ft and $3.5x 1 ft)= $43.50

Setting the Tiered Pricing

  1. Start the Product creation process 
  2. Under the Pricing option, tap on Price Parts link
  3. On the Price Parts dialog, tap Advanced button
  4. On the Price Option Detail, toggle the Tiered Pricing checkbox to make field enabled
  5. Choose Multiply or Add Up ( see details about these modes above)
  6. Define at least one range and it's associated price
  7. Tap + New Row to add additional range
  8. The Other row is required as the price after the final range
  9. Final 

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