With our Participant Count price increases always has the downside of people being upset they did not get the price they wanted. The default way it works is the first X people who click Submit on the Checkout page to process their transaction. The problem with this is that we redirect the participant back to... Continue Reading →
We have added the option to hide the membership discount amount. Some race directors felt this encouraged people to try to cheat the system.
When you group events together to make the display of events clearer, you can now also do strike through pricing. If all events are the same price and have the same strike through price, it will appear like this: If the events are different prices ad different strike through prices, then it will show the... Continue Reading →
You can now add Strike Through pricing to your race website. Set this up in the Race -> Registration -> Dates, Pricing and Options page. This gives the flexibility of setting a specific strike through price for each event and each registration period. For example, you may want to run a Valentine's Day special -... Continue Reading →
When a Processing fee is $0, there is now an option to hide that on Financial -> Pricing -> Processing Fee Type.
We already introduced pricing based on participant count on a per-event basis. For example the 5K is $5 for the first 25 people and $10 for the next 25 and then $25. We have expanded this to Race based as well. This aggregates the total number of people across all events. This is configured by... Continue Reading →
We have created a new way to allow multi-event discounts, as well as a nice user experience that allows you to highlight the discount. Here is a simple example of giving a $10 discount if you sign up for both the 10K and the Half (although this can be used for lots of ideas like... Continue Reading →
We have added an option for Memberships (Financial -> Pricing -> Memberships) to prevent double dipping. This is for races that might have two different Membership discounts - one for USATF and one for EMS for example. It is in the Global Settings at the top of the page.
We have introduced participant cap based pricing. This means that you can set pricing based on the number of participants who have signed up for your events. In the example below the price of $25 is good for the first 18 participants (CAUTION: This may not be exactly 18 for fast selling races. It can... Continue Reading →