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I would like to build a form with different pricesAsked by Walter Croux on November 21, 2013 at 06:21 AM
I an an independent orgeniser for Comedy shows.
We do several events per year and hve a different pricing for these events.
If you select only one event , you pay 15 € per event
if you select more then one event you pay 12 € per event
if you select all the events you pay 10 € per event
I can not find if your form builder can provide me with this.
thanks for you answer.
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Thanks for contacting us.
Let me inform you that our form builder does not have the capability to give different prices to your products depending on how the user decides to buy them.
However, I think a workaround that might help would be to create a Multiple payment form with the difference that these form will use the same payment gateway but with different prices for products, where you can add three payment forms and each one of them with the events and with different prices, the first form events price will be 15 € per event, the socond one 12 € per event and the third one 10 € per event. However, it will show just one payment form depending on the choice the form user would take from one radio button menu, please take a look at this example form: http://form.jotform.co/form/33243647906862
To accomplish that you only need to follow the steps of the guide How to create basic multiple payment form
Also, if you find this helpful for you, please notice that the the Free Text (HTML) the guide mentions, has been moved to a different location in our form builder. You can find it under the Form Tools tab with the name Text:
I hope this helps, please let us know if you need further assistance with this or kindly open a new thread to post unrelated inquiries.