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Mastering Package Pricing on ShareGrid
Mastering Package Pricing on ShareGrid

A Detailed Guide to Setting Up and Understanding Your Package Listings

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Written by ShareGrid Team
Updated over a week ago

When you create a package listing on ShareGrid, the price is dynamically calculated based on the specific components you include. This guide explains the pricing structure to help you set up your packages effectively.

Component Definitions

  • Required Components: These items must be included in every package.

  • Optional Components: These additional items can enhance the package but are not mandatory.

Pricing Rules

  • The base price of your package is determined by the combination and type of components you select:

Multiple Required Components (2 or more):

  • The base price is the total components required to be the lowest priced.

  • Example: If your package includes required components priced at $100, $150, and $200, the base price would be $450.

One Required Component + Optional Components:

  • The base price is the sum of the one required component and the lowest-priced optional component.

  • Example: If one required component is priced at $120 and optional components are priced at $80 and $100, the base price would be $200.

Additional Notes

  • A minimum of two components is necessary for a package to be published.

  • Renters must select at least two components that meet the minimum package requirement.

  • The price automatically adjusts based on the renter’s selections during the package customization.

  • Renters will see a detailed cost breakdown as they configure their package, ensuring pricing transparency. The advertised price on package listings reflects the lowest possible starting price.

  • Any discounts offered are applied to the total price at checkout.

Need Help?

If you would like more information or assistance with package pricing, please don't hesitate to contact our support team. We're here to help you optimize your listings and ensure clarity in our pricing mechanisms.

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