To create a demand price group:

Step 1: Navigate to the Demand Price Group page 

  1. At the organization level, click the Admin icon and navigate to Setup > Demand Price Groups.

  2. Click Add.
    Note: If this is your first demand price group, you can also click the Create Your First Demand Price Group link.
    The Create New Demand Price Group page opens.

Step 2: Complete the Details section

In the Details section:

  1. Enter a name, code, and description for the demand price group.

  2. Select Active to activate the demand price group. By default, the Active checkbox is clear.
    Note: You can only assign active demand price groups to services at your center.

Step 3: Complete the Pricing Type section

In the Pricing Type section:

  1. Select one of the following:

  • Percentage: Allows you to define a % increase over the regular price.
    Example: If you select Percentage and then, specify 15% on Sunday, the service price increases by 15% on Sundays.

  • Absolute Amount: Allows you to define the additional demand price in absolute numbers.
    Example: If you select Absolute Amount and then, specify $50 on Saturday, the service price increases from the regular $100 to $150 on Saturdays.

     2. To set the demand price charge on one or more days of the week, in the Day of             the week pricing section, select the appropriate day(s) and enter the price (in                 percentage or absolute amount, based on your selection) against it.

     3. To set the demand price charge on custom dates, in the Day-specific pricing                section, select the date in the Date field and enter the price (in percentage or flat          value, based on your selection) in the Price Increase field.
         Click Add to add more custom dates.
         Note: The day-specific pricing overrides any coinciding day-of-the- week                        pricing.

Step 4:  Click Finish

You can now start assigning the active demand price group to services at your center.

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