Build plan with sliding payment scale?

9 years 8 months ago #218676 by oorc
Hey again!

Just wondering if it's possible to set someone's payment for a plan to something like "pay between $250 and $499 to qualify for this plan?" My organization has sliding scale plans for business sponsors.

If it's not "technically" possible, can anyone think of a way to pull this off?



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9 years 8 months ago #218815 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re: Build plan with sliding payment scale?
Let the user pick the price of their subscription? Don't understand the purpose of that as what would be the incentive to pay more? Ideally the higher prices would provide more benefits and thus need to be additional plans to provide said benefits. At any rate, no CBSubs doesn't have pricing like that. The best I can suggest is maybe using CBSubs Promotions to dynamically increase or decrease the price of the plan based off various conditions.

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