# Conditions not working properly on the form

**tomorrownight**Secondly - Ive got a lot of conditions in this form, and X can be Identical to Y, but X works and Y doesnt (for example only 30% of the time does the "weekend ticket (Fri-Sun)" add money into the calculation. ) Then ive got a similar issue (which might be me missing something), if you add Wednesday (in choose days) it adds £12 as required, but then when you choose "Go Karting" it takes the previous number away and adds the value of Go Karting (£6) - why is this? Else where it works and the rules and conditions are exactly the same (apart from the price difference).- JotForm Support
**Welvin**Hi,

I'm checking this now. I will get back to you for my findings.

Thank you!

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**Welvin****Ive got a lot of conditions in this form, and X can be Identical to Y, but X works and Y doesnt (for example only 30% of the time does the "weekend ticket (Fri-Sun)" add money into the calculation. )**-Actually, the conditional logic aren't working because you have set a Calculation Values to the settings. It looks like the conditional logic is working to this field, but not. It's the calculation values:

I have added 20 to the settings and it's working, check this clone version of your form: http://www.jotformpro.com/form/42855093224960. Also, that is since you have an existing calculation to the widget:

I think you need to have a separate calculation widget that would sum up all the fields. Then you can use the Calculation Values instead of the conditional logic.

**Then ive got a similar issue (which might be me missing something), if you add Wednesday (in choose days) it adds £12 as required, but then when you choose "Go Karting" it takes the previous number away and adds the value of Go Karting (£6) - why is this? Else where it works and the rules and conditions are exactly the same (apart from the price difference).**-This is because you have two conditional logic. The second one overrides the first one. Note that there's a priority between the conditional logic. What you can do is to add an extra calculation widget that sum up all the fields. Then use this to the payment field.

I will try to come up with a possible solution on this.

Thank you!

**tomorrownight**ok awesome, thanks, i think ive sorted it now!

**tomorrownight**something else on this note though -

when i go to When would you like to come: Weekend Ticket,

It adds £20 into the calculation, but then when you click on a job, it adds the £5 from that as well, even though ive said to take it away. it should be -£5 but its the same as all the other minus conditions for the other days. how si this one different (ive followed your instructions above.)- JotForm Support
**Welvin**Do you mean the "

**Festival Weekend (Inc. Party)**" option? Then selecting any from the "**Weekend Jobs**" jobs which is a Gift Registry widget adds "**5**" to the "**Weekend Discount**" field at the bottom. Then should be 15 on the calculation = less than 5?If yes, then that is because the "

**Weekend Discount**" is not included in the calculation. As you could see from my previous screenshot. Here's it is again:You have to add the Weekend Discount field to fix that:

Thank you!