Products added to a booking can be priced per guest or per unit. An example of a common product priced per person is a catering menu with a fixed per per person, such as $50/guest. An example of a per unit priced product may be something like use of a projector, that is a flat $25 fee, regardless of how many guests are attending the event where the projector is used.
To support pricing in both scenarios, when adding a product to a booking, you can select whether the price should be per guest (default) or per unit. Unit is designated by the "Quantity" field.
Follow along below for more help with pricing type:
1. When adding a new product to a booking, you'll see a field for pricing type
2. Select your product
3. Pricing type will default to per guest
Per guest is how products are currently priced. It means that the number of expected guests influences price. If number guests is left blank here, the number of guests on the booking will be auto-applied.
4. Click on Per Unit to change pricing type
5. Click on Save to create a new booking product
6. Click on Details to see the pricing information.
Since the product is priced per unit and there is a quantity of 1, the sales price is equal to the unit price.
7. Click on Edit Pricing Type
8. Click on Per Guest to change the pricing type
9. Click on Save
10. Click on Details to see that sales price has updated to reflect the 10 guests