How to use the Multipricing and the Pricing Plan widget on the Sales Pages

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In this article, you will learn the difference between Multipricing and Pricing Plan and when to use them. 

 

IN THIS ARTICLE

1. Multipricing vs Pricing plan

2. Setting up the Pricing plan widget

3. Setting up the Multipricing widget

4. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

How to use the Multipricing and the Pricing Plan widget on the Sales Pages

 

1. Multipricing vs Pricing plan

On your Sales Page, you have the option to add a Pricing Plan and/or a Multipricing plan.

The pricing plan widget will highlight only one pricing plan (use it alone if you have only one pricing plan or use it to highlight a specific plan.)

The Multipricing widget allows you to sell multiple plans to your customers. This gives you more flexibility in terms of what you sell and how you sell it.

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2. Setting up the Pricing plan widget

1. Log in to your Passion.io account

2. Go to PassionApps and select Sales Page 

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3. Drag and drop the Pricing plan widget 

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4. At the moment you drop the widget you will see the Pricing Plan Settings on the right side

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5. You will add:

  • Small headline 
  • Main headline - Important here: show what the pricing section is about. What can your customer purchase here? Example: Master Workouts
  • Button Text - This is the call to action: choose something like "Subscribe" or "Purchase"
  • Web App Checkout URL - The URL set here will only be used in your Web App for your web checkout page. If you leave this blank, this button will direct the user to your PassionPayments Web checkout or to download your app. URL has to be in the Format: https://abcde.com
  • Plan - a drop-down menu with all the pricing plans you have created

6. You can always go back to edit your pricing plan edit, just place your mouse cursor on top of the widget and you will be able to Edit, Delete and move the widget up and down in the Sales Page

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Note: to avoid getting rejections from Apple due to high pricing, we implemented a filter on the Sales Page. The maximum Apple and Google will accept is $100 for a one-time payment or $50/month subscription.
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To sell plans above this amount, we recommend you use web checkouts instead.
Click here to learn more.

 

 

3. Setting up the Multipricing widget

1. Log in to your Passion.io account

2. Go to PassionApps and select Sales Page 

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3. Drag and drop the Multipricing plan widget 

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4. At the moment you drop the widget you will see the Pricing Plans Listing Settings on the right side

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5. You will add:

  • Headline - goes on top of the list 
  • Highlighted text - ad short description word for the plan like Popular, Basic, or Level Up. This option is only going to show up if you Set it as Highlighted
  • Plan - a drop-down menu with all the pricing plans you have created
  • Web App Checkout URL - The URL set here will only be used in your Web App for your web checkout page. If you leave this blank, this button will direct the user to your PassionPayments Web checkout or to download your app. URL has to be in the Format: https://abcde.com
  • Add Item - Press 'Add Item' to add another pricing plan 

6. You can always go back to edit your pricing plan edit, just place your mouse cursor on top of the widget and you will be able to Edit, Delete and move the widget up and down in the Sales Page

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4. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

1. Both Pricing Plan and Multipricing widget are under Required Widget, is it required to use both when I only have one pricing plan?

No, if you only have one pricing plan you can use only the Pricing Plan widget alone.

 

2. Can I use multiple Pricing Plan widgets on my Sales Page?

Yes, you can add them to different sections of your Sales Page as a call to action. 

 

3. If I edit my Pricing Plan and change the price, is that going to change the price automatically on my app?

It changes automatically on your Web app but not on your branded app. You need to send an update to Apple and Google so they can review and update your branded app. Learn how to do it here:

 

 

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