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How to create custom pricing for products in a payment integration?Asked by sahba95 on August 21, 2013 at 01:05 PM
I am building my form and want to create aform that update the final price based on the user's choice from the dropdown menues. It is basically building a custom product based on the options that will be given to the user to choose from.
Your help and support will be much appreciated.
Thanks for the reply.
I think I should describe in a better way what exactly I am trying to build.
I will be having a product and as buyer(s) add features to the same product the price will update based on the features added.
Let say that I want to sell a car and the features like navigation, cd changer, leather seat, etc. will be added to the product by the buyer as he/she wishes and the price will be updated accordingly.
I hope this explanation help you to see what I am after.
I think you are looking for a way to show separate prices. You can do that with our Payment Integrations using our Special Pricing Option
To do this, on the wizard:a. Add Name to the custom optionb. Add the Options listsc. Check Special Pricing option to allow custom price for each custom propertyd. Click Next button to continue
Complete the Custom Property option.a. Provide the Price for each available option in the lists.b. Check Show sub-total on form.
Hopefully it helps to accomplish what you are looking for