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Price regulation depending on number of entries

  1. Hi

    We really want to use our Gravity Forms plugin to handle all the sales/registrations for our live courses. We integrated Pay-pal without problems, and it seems to be working fine.
    However, we often start the hype by selling the first ten places at the live course for less than normal (a regular early bird campaign)... I know we can regulate the number of entries in a formular, but is there a way to make this happen:

    Price field is 2995 as a start.
    Ten entries later price field automatically updates to 3995...

    Or do we manually have to watch and make sure that after ten entries the price field are updated?

    Posted 11 years ago on Thursday April 4, 2013 | Permalink
  2. David Peralty

    You could write PHP code to check how many entries in the form have been done and pre-render the form to show the correct price, but this is rather complex.

    Gravity Forms doesn't have an inventory system, or conditional pricing, and so there is no built-in way to do what you want, and coding that modification would be well beyond what I could help with here in support.

    Posted 11 years ago on Thursday April 4, 2013 | Permalink
  3. Okay ... could there be alternative work arounds? like a coupon code with limited uses? Specific date range? Have a new form pop up, when the old one closes?

    Posted 11 years ago on Thursday April 4, 2013 | Permalink
  4. I would limit the number of entries of the first form to 10, and have your price set to 2995. Then, in the 'Entry Limit Reached Message' area, you can use a shortcode. Insert the shortcode for a second form, which uses a regular price of 3995. That should accomplish what you need to do.

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday April 8, 2013 | Permalink