Suggestion for tiered pricing for options


I looking for suggestions on how I could use options to charge customers on a tiered pricing scheme.

Ex: 1-2 options = $70, each additional is $10.

I've had 2 situations where customers have requested this.

My current solution is redundant. My product is set to $70 min. I use 4 dropdown options with the first two charging $0 and the 3rd and 4th charging $10 each.

I would love to use one check box with a tiered pricing scheme as it is the cleanest looking.


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    Thank you for your message.

    Do you want to give price tiers on variations and options per product? Or price tiers per product?

    Can you give me a link to your product to have a better idea on what you'd like to achieve?

  • Vote Up0Vote Down
    I'm not sure how to answer your question so I'll offer an explanation and example.

    McDonald's has McPick 2 for $5 meal selection.
    You can choose 2 items from a menu of items for $5.
    However, you will pay additional for the 3rd and 4th items


    Product - "McPick 2 for $5"

    O Big Mac ($3.50)
    O Filet-O-Fish ($3.50)
    O Quarter Pounder with Cheese ($3.50)
    O 10-piece Chicken McNuggets ($3.50)

    If you purchase 2, your total will be $5.
    However, if you puchase 3, you will pay $5 + $3.50 or $8.50

    This would have to be done with radio buttons and probably variations but not certain.
    I hope this helps.
  • Vote Up0Vote Down
    edited January 2017
    I now have two more merchants requesting this.
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