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I have a price for painting. But have other prices to choose form drop down, BUT numbers don't add up


skywalker786

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Hi

 

I have this art shop, I am displaying the cheapest price but you can also choose different sizes with different prices.

When I choose a large painting £147.21 it deducts it from the display price £48.97, so the customer is paying £98.24.

 

http://www.manythnx.com/product_info.php/c.../products_id/58

 

I want to show the cheapest size price on display to entice people to the shop and then give them a choice of sizes how can

I do this without it deducting the actual price? and what is the best thing to do here?

 

S

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Noitice your LARGE size cost on the page you linked to? It has a + in front of it. The others don;t hance they will be deducted from the cost. You just need to tidy up your attribute section and put + in the correct box to add the extra cost.

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I just tried buying the large painting with a + infront of it but it still adds the generic price:

 

generic price: £48.97

Large painting: £147.21

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It adds it all up total £196.18

 

try it yourself

 

the actual price the customer should pay is £147.21 NOT £196.18

 

Please tell me know if you have any thoughts

 

S

 

Noitice your LARGE size cost on the page you linked to? It has a + in front of it. The others don;t hance they will be deducted from the cost. You just need to tidy up your attribute section and put + in the correct box to add the extra cost.
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This would give misleading information to the customer they might think they are buying for £98.24

when the actually the price is £147.21. Is there any thing else I could do.

 

The price of your large "upgrade" needs to be £98.24 (in other words, 147.21 less 48.97)
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