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Ability to charge different amount display a different amount when logged in

Posted: February 14, 2017 at 2:37 pm


jubileequeen

February 14, 2017 at 2:37 pm

Hello.

I need to display a different ticket price for a user who logs in with one userid but capture unique registration info each time.

This is because the login/registered user price will be less than standard user.


Garth

  • Support Staff

February 14, 2017 at 4:08 pm

Hi,

I think the WP User Integration will help you offer special tickets/prices for logged-in members.


jubileequeen

February 16, 2017 at 10:48 am

Hi Garth. It does but I need the member prices hidden from conventional users. Also, I need to be able have one user account but several different people use it and ideally autologin or URL with login in the URL so the customers go there without complication as I have different pricing for customers who paid at a dealsite like Groupon. On my site they need to pay an admin fee surcharge plus tax, in addition to the tax on the amount they paid on Groupon. (Groupon does not charge tax)


jubileequeen

February 16, 2017 at 11:11 am

Current version installed: EE4 Version 4.9.8.p, Promotions (EE4.8+) Version 1.0.8.p, Event Espresso – WP Users (EE4.6+) Version 2.0.11.p, Event Espresso – Events Table View Template (EE 4.4.9+), Event Espresso – Calendar (EE 4.3+)

Furthermore.

I bought into this solution as it had Groupon/dealsite compatibility. I have to deduct the amount paid at Groupon from the total. The deduction after tax does not work for me

I have two pricing models:
(Visible to all people who go to the retail page)
At regular retail : qty x base price $72.95 + 10.95 surcharge= subtotal x 13% tax = qty * ($10.91 per person + (72.95 +10.95))

If a Groupon/dealsite buyer:
At the voucher price the HST like anything else based on the sale price in other words the voucher price.
Groupon price: $42

($42 flat voucher + 10.95 admin surcharge) x 1.13 tax = $59.83 total
Now minus $42 paid at Groupon website:
59.83 -$42 (Groupon payment) = $17.83 (final total/charge to the customer on the Event Espresso website)


Garth

  • Support Staff

February 16, 2017 at 11:58 am

I need the member prices hidden from conventional users

That’s what happens. Only those with the right capabilities would even see the tickets.

I need to be able have one user account but several different people use it

I’m not sure what that means. I don’t think WordPress supports accounts with sub-accounts.

On my site they need to pay an admin fee surcharge plus tax, in addition to the tax on the amount they paid on Groupon.

So, what you’re selling isn’t actually a true purchase then it’s just a credit towards the purchase of a ticket, and they have to finish paying the balance before they officially purchase. Sounds like to me that you need to send people a coupon code worth the value of what they paid through Groupon to finish registering.


jubileequeen

February 16, 2017 at 1:41 pm

Hi.
On my site they need to pay an admin fee surcharge plus tax, in addition to the tax on the amount they paid on Groupon.
So, what you’re selling isn’t actually a true purchase then it’s just a credit towards the purchase of a ticket, and they have to finish paying the balance before they officially purchase. Sounds like to me that you need to send people a coupon code worth the value of what they paid through Groupon to finish registering.

>> I do use coupon code, but the coupon needs to discount after tax and surcharge, but that is not working for me in this edition of EE4.

I need to be able have one user account but several different people use it
I’m not sure what that means. I don’t think WordPress supports accounts with sub-accounts.

>> I need dealsite (Groupon) people to go to a webpage that is automatically logged in and then I only want the dealsite customer to see tickets with the WP User role of “subscriber” or a custom WordPress role. The coupon would be applied at the end and would deduct like a deposit was taken. If you have support for deposits also, that could work if the coupon code cannot be fixed.


Garth

  • Support Staff

February 22, 2017 at 9:05 am

Regarding the coupon and taxes, there is a setting for that: https://eventespresso.com/wiki/ee4-promotions-add-on/#setup

If someone is not already a registered user on your site, WordPress can’t log them in.


jubileequeen

February 22, 2017 at 10:28 am

Hi Garth.

Thanks for responding, but your answer is not detailed enough to explain how I can apply the promotion discount after the total price (subtotal + admin * tax) is calculated. The feature was there in versions that I have installed but did not work. Below are the versions and my question again for your comment and specific reference.

Current version installed: EE4 Version 4.9.8.p, Promotions (EE4.8+) Version 1.0.8.p, Event Espresso – WP Users (EE4.6+) Version 2.0.11.p, Event Espresso – Events Table View Template (EE 4.4.9+), Event Espresso – Calendar (EE 4.3+)

>> I do use coupon code, but the coupon needs to discount after tax and surcharge, but that is not working for me in this edition of EE4.
I need to be able have one user account but several different people use it
I’m not sure what that means. I don’t think WordPress supports accounts with sub-accounts.


Josh

  • Support Staff

February 22, 2017 at 11:52 am

Hi there,

This is the specific information about changing the Promotion/taxes setting:

You can access the Settings page by going to Event Espresso > Promotions and click the Settings tab. The first setting is very important if you set taxes on your tickets. In some locales the tax needs to be applied to the the price pre-discount, in other locales the tax needs to be applied to the discounted price.

May I ask which setting are you currently using?


jubileequeen

February 26, 2017 at 10:38 pm

>> I do use coupon code via the latest version of EE4 Promotions, but the coupon/promo code (percentage) needs to discount after tax and surcharge, but that is not working for me in this edition of EE4.
I need to be able have one user account but several different people use it.

$39.00 base price
$10.95 Admin Fee (Surcharge)
—————–
$49.95 sub without taxes
13% Taxes = $6.49
69.09% discount after tax

I need the calculation to work like this:
($39 + $10.95) x 1.13 = 56.44 -(56.44 x 69.09%) = $17.44

Here are the screen captures showing the Promotion Settings and Checkout output:
http://jubileequeencruises.ca/EEdocs/EEV4.9.31P-1.JPG
http://jubileequeencruises.ca/EEdocs/EEV4.9.31P-2.JPG

Event Espresso – Version 4.9.31.p
Event Espresso – Promotions (EE 4.9.10+),Version 1.0.10.p


jubileequeen

February 26, 2017 at 10:44 pm

I need this feature to work to properly be able to deal with dealsite vouchers. The price is $39 and the client pays that amount on a dealsite without the admin surcharge or the tax. So I need to be able to capture the surcharge and tax on the full amount including the surcharge then subtract the dealsite value of $39 paid.


jubileequeen

February 26, 2017 at 10:46 pm

Please view the previous two comments posted at least in order to provide a full response. I really need your support on this promptly. Thanks.


Josh

  • Support Staff

February 27, 2017 at 5:49 pm

Hi there,

In this screenshot, it shows that you have Promotions affect taxes set to No. You can change that setting to Yes and it will make the calculation work the way you posted in your above reply. You can also change the discount % to be 69.1% to get the final price to round to $17.44 if that’s what you’re aiming for.

Screenshot of checkout page with the above suggested changes:

https://www.evernote.com/shard/s4/sh/d45f5bf1-fea2-48e7-8fa8-066d1e583fd3/acbdcd23f5935a51c75bf75cda92d954


jubileequeen

March 3, 2017 at 2:02 pm

Thanks for the screenshot. But it does not calculate the way I want. I need the calculate the tax based on $39.00 per ticket + 10.95 surcharge per ticket and then deduct the $39.00 per ticket (equal to 69.1 or 69.09%). The problem is the tax needs to report based upon the ticket price of $39.00, not based upon $15 or so. This is because of Groupon (dealsite ticket pre-payment).


Josh

  • Support Staff

March 3, 2017 at 2:28 pm

I’m sorry I’m not sure what you mean. Can you clarify a bit? Earlier in your other reply you had this calculation:

I need the calculation to work like this:
($39 + $10.95) x 1.13 = 56.44 -(56.44 x 69.09%) = $17.44

So was that earlier calculation not actually how you need it to work?


jubileequeen

March 3, 2017 at 4:38 pm

($39 + $10.95) x 1.13 = 56.44 -(56.44 x 69.09%) = $17.44
$49.95 + 6.49 tax = 56.44 – promotion code.
deduct $39.00 (per ticket) or 69.09%

I need to see the original price, the surcharge, the tax ($6.49), subtotal of 56.44 then the discount applied of 69.09% ( which is $39.00) the ending amount is $17.44.
So I need to see the tax at (on the initial subtotal of $49.95) which is $6.49 = 56.44


jubileequeen

March 4, 2017 at 6:52 pm

Fixed by keeping the Promotions Affect Taxes set to “No” to ensure the taxes are pre-discount (event subtotal) and increasing the discount percent to reach the desired discount amount. In this case $39.

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