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Layering Price Charts

It is possible to layer a price chart over a performance's default pricing model, allowing you to apply new price values and discounts or to terminate the ability for a price type/price zone combination to be active. If you are going to layer price charts, you must first assign a pricing model on the Venue Configuration application Performances|Pricing page (refer to Modifying the Default Pricing Model for a Single Performance) or the Venue Configuration application Performances Management|Pricing page (refer to Modifying the Pricing Model for Multiple Performances).

When a price chart is assigned to a performance with an assigned pricing model, any new price zone values will override the existing ones. If a value is not entered for a particular price zone, the existing price will apply. If multiple price charts are layered, the price chart with the most recent assignment date will take precedence.

For example:

  Pricing Model   Price Chart  
Price Type Configured Value Resulting Value Configured Value Resulting Value
Adult $100.00 $100.00 $50.00 $50.00
Senior $50.00 $50.00 -10% $45.00
Junior $25.00 $25.00   $25.00
Student $20.00 $20.00 -5 $15.00

If the resulting value of a price zone is a negative number that price zone will not be available for sale.

When using percentages it is important to specify whether you are adding, subtracting or using a percentage of the orginal value.

Pricing Model Percentage Price Chart Value
$100.00 -20% $80.00
$100.00 20% $20.00
$100.00 +20% $120.00