Creating the pricing for products

How to set prices for bookable and sales products

Defining your prices depends on what type of product you are creating. For sales products, you define a fixed price, and for bookable products such as rentals or other services, you can create a pricing table and define prices based on the duration of the rental or service.   

Note: A product can have both a sales and a booking price. Your customers can then choose from your online store whether to rent or buy the product. 

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Setting prices for bookable products (rentals, services) 

Setting prices for sales products

Pricing table settings in more detail


Setting prices for bookable products (rentals and services)


  1. From your product catalog, open the product you would like to edit. 
  2. Click on the Pricing tab and then click on the Bookings tab.
  3. Turn on the Bookings toggle to make this product bookable. 
  4. Next, you'll be able to choose between a pricing table or a fixed price per order option.
    1. Pricing table: Choose a pricing table if you want to give your product a duration or multiple different duration options. You'll be able to provide each duration its own price. 
    2. Fixed price: This is often used for any add-on products or services which don't have any duration. 
  5. You'll now be able to create different duration options for which your product can be booked and set a price for each duration. Possible durations are measured in minutes, hours, days (either 24 hours or during operational hours, weeks and months)

  6. Read the section below to learn more about pricing tables: Pricing table settings in more detail.

Setting prices for sales products

  1. From your product catalog, open the product you would like to edit. 
  2. Click on the Pricing tab and then click on the Sales tab.

  3. Turn on the Sales toggle to allow your customers to buy this product instead of renting. 
  4. You can now set the sales price for your product. 


Pricing table settings in more detail


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.

  1. The base price is determined by what you filled in when you created the product. This should be the price for the shortest possible duration that people can rent the product. In the example above, we have used 40€ for a one-day rental.
  2. Pricing tables include some suggested durations. You can delete unnecessary rows by clicking on the X on the right side of the row. Alternatively, you can add new pricing items by selecting the time unit and duration period you want to add.
  3. Once you've added the durations you want, you can edit the price of the pricing items as you wish.

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

When using the same pricing logic with your other products, saving a pricing template is helpful. To create a pricing template:

  1. Press Options.
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  2. Press Save as new template.
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  3. Give the template a name and press Create 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 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!