How to create price tables and templates for products
Before you can start renting out products, you have to set the prices. You can either use a fixed price or create a pricing table. Fixed price is used when the duration of the rental doesn't affect the price. This is common especially with additional products or services. When the duration of the rental affects the price, you have to create a pricing table.
Creating a pricing table
To define your products' pricing logic and create pricing tables, go to the Products > [Choose the product, which price you want to edit] > Pricing. You should see a similar view as shown below.
As you can see, pricing tables have some prefilled fields. The content of the fields is based on what you selected as the shortest rental duration when you created the product (hour, day, or week). Next, let's update the pricing table.
- Fill in the base price. This should be the price for the shortest possible duration that people can rent the product. In the example above, we have used 10€ for a one-hour rental.
- Add a new pricing item by selecting the time unit and duration period you want to add. In the above example, the new row creates a price for a 2-day rental within the opening hours of your store. Click on Add row.
- Once you've added the new row, you can edit the price of the added pricing item (in the example below 100€).
You can delete a pricing item by clicking the X next to the row you want to delete. Once you're done, click Save.
If you have several products that use the same pricing logic, you can also use the same pricing table with the other products. You can do this by saving the pricing table as a template.
Saving your pricing table as a template
Saving a pricing template is useful when you want to use the same pricing logic with your other products. To create a pricing template:
Once you have created a pricing template, you can start using it immediately with your new products. You can find your previously created pricing templates by clicking the Options and choosing Use a pricing template. Even though you would use a pricing table, you can still edit the product's base price. However, editing the individual price items will create a new standalone price table.
And that's how you create Pricing tables. Remember to save your progress, and you're done!