To set prices, navigate to the Items tab in Menu Manager and select the item whose price you would like to update by clicking on the pencil icon on the right.
Menu Manager supports three different formats for pricing:
- Item-level price
- Base price + extra charges
- Modifier price
If your item has a set price, you can input that price in the Item Price field when creating or editing the item.
Base Price + Extra Charges
If your item price depends on the customer’s selection of a modifier, you can set your “base” price in the Item Price field and set any extra charge deltas within a modifier group by inputting the appropriate deltas for each modifier.
For example, let’s say a Green Curry dish costs $11.00 with Tofu but costs $13 with Chicken. You can apply an item base price of $11.00 and apply a modifier group (like “Choose Protein”) containing the modifiers Tofu ($0) and Chicken ($2) which includes any incremental amounts needed for the difference in pricing.
If you would like your displayed price to reflect the first modifier price, you can input “$0.00” into the Item Price and set all prices within the first modifier group attached to the item.
For example, let’s say a Fountain Drink is available in various sizes. You can create a Modifier Group of “Choose Size” with modifiers “Small ($2)” and “Large ($4)”. Setting the item price at $0.00 will automatically pull the price of the “Small ($2)” as the default displayed price, as long as “Choose Size” is the first modifier group attached to the Fountain Drink item.
Note: At this time, conditional/dynamic pricing is not a supported feature in Menu Manager.
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