This article is to guide you on what single choice variants and a multiple choice variants mean, and how you can effectively set up your products that require variants.
i) What are Single Choice and Multiple Choice Variants?
Single Choice Variants
- Item options that can only have one selection. For example, a cup of cappuccino can only be hot OR cold, large OR medium.
Multiple Choice Variants
- Item options that can have multiple selections. For example, a plate of pasta can have extra bacon, extra mushroom AND extra cheese.
ii) Variant Pricing
1. Single Choice Variants
Single Choice Variants must have a ‘default option’. In the example below, ‘Small’ is the default option. ‘Small’ has no additional charges to the base price of $ 10.00.
- Base Price = $ 10.00
- Small = $ 10.00 + $ 0.00
- Medium = $ 10.00 + $ 3.00
- Large = $ 10.00 + $ 5.00
Alternatively, you can leave the Base Price as 0, and specify the full price for each variant.
For variants with no additional charges, all options should have $ 0.00 value in Add to Price section.
All done? Just hit 'Save'!
You can add products in bulk by importing them using our CSV template (refer to our Import Products using CSV guide here).
2. Multiple Choice Variants
For multiple choice variant pricing, simply input whatever value you desire to the 'Add to Price' column for any additional costs of the variants.
Click 'Save', and you're done!
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