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I am wondering if there is any basic idea on how to achieve multiple prices on one product (configurable product with multiple downloadable products) as you know it from a typical ticket sale.

Example, Ticket for event 1: A ticket for a specific event can be configured and has multiple prices for:

  • Adults, 100€
  • Children, 80€
  • Children (younger than 6), 0,00€
  • ...

Example, Ticket for event 2: A ticket for a specific event can be configured and has multiple prices for:

  • Adults, 150€
  • Children, 75€
  • Children (younger than 6), 0,00€
  • ...

As you can see the difference between the prices is not always the same. On the product detail page, you should be able to see the different groups and to increase/decrease the number of people, each increase/decrease would update the price.

I couldn't find any plugin or general approach how to achieve that and would probably go for setting up different prices fields for each "buyer group" (adults, children,...).

  • Maybe you can achieve your preffered result with Customizable options instead of a Configurable product? – Frank Groot May 22 '17 at 10:17
  • No, as I need configurable products for "configuring" the product with other details, i. e. the date of the event, and filtering. – codedge May 22 '17 at 10:56
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That looks like a configurable product.

Event 1 is a configurable product with 3 configurations:

  • Adults, 100€
  • Children, 80€
  • Children (younger than 6), 0,00€ etc...

Same for event 2.

More info can be seen in here:

https://www.mageplaza.com/kb/how-create-configurable-product-magento-2.html

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If you are looking for price based on customer group you can use Tier Price.

Tier Price is generally defined to give discount based on qty purchased. But you can use it for single quantity also by setting qty 1 and price based on customer group.

You can refer to magento documentation for setting Product Tier Price

  • No, I am not looking for customer group pricing. That does not fulfill the needs. – codedge May 22 '17 at 5:58

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