Benefits do not add up correctly when adding multiple pricing units

Participants may register for multiple pricing units when attending an event. Depending on how the pricing units are added the benefits may not total correctly. 
We are currently evaluating this issue and will update this article when we have more information.

Until a resolution is found, please proceed with adding the pricing unit with the greatest amount of benefits first and then subsequent ones. 

Steps to Duplicate

  1. Create an event in Records > Events
  2. Navigate to the Pricing tab
  3. Create two pricing options
    1. Pricing Level 1 ($500; Receipted for $200)
      1. Benefit 1: Free Tickets (10 units x $15 value = $150)
      2. Benefit 2: Quarterly Publication (5 units x $30 value = $150)
    2. Pricing Level 2 ($1000; Receipted for $400) 
      1. Benefit 1: Free Tickets (20 units x $15 value = $300)
      2. Benefit 2: Quarterly Publication (5 units x $30 value = $150)
      3. Benefit 3: December Special Book (10 units x $15 = $150)
    3. Create a new event registrant 
    4. Add Pricing Level 1 and then Pricing Level 2 to registration fees 
      1. Benefit Value will be incorrect
      2. Benefits will add up for Benefit 1 and 2 but Benefit 3 from Pricing Level 2 will not appear
    5. If we add Pricing Level 2 and then Pricing Level 1 (in that order)
      1. Benefit Value will be correct
      2. Benefits will all appear

Environment

 Raiser's Edge

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