The UpMenu system allows you to set the costs of packaging based on order price and also for a single item from the menu.

Packages cost based on order price

This option allows you to set package costs depending on the order value.

  1. Go to Settings” → “Packages costs.

  2. Fill up the form in the “Packages cost based on order price” section:
    "Menu items in cart cost" - Introduce the minimum cost of the order to apply the package cost.
    "Package cost" - Introduce the package cost that will be added to the order when the minimum cost is exceeded.

  3. Click on the “+” symbol to save changes. The system will automatically create a new blank item in case you would like to add more variables.

  4. The package costs will be added to an order once the client exceeds the indicated minimum cost.

You can add more positions to the list or modify them at any time. For example, you can set the package cost of $1.00 for orders up to $30, and the package cost of $2.00 for orders higher than $30.

Tip

If the minimum order cost is exceeded and some products in the cart have their own package cost, the package cost will sum up.

Package cost for a single menu item

This option allows you to set package costs for each product on your menu. You may use this option if you have specific packaging for a product.

  1. Go to Settings” → “Packages costs.

  2. Open the “Package cost for a single menu item” section.

  3. Introduce the package costs for products you wish. You can set different package costs for different sizes. Also, you can set different package prices for different restaurants that share the same menu.

  4. The changes will be saved automatically.

  5. If products that have their own package costs are added to the cart by a customer, the package costs will be added to the total price of the order.

Tip

If you have set the cost of the packages based on order price, it will be sum up with the package cost for a single menu item.

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