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I'm working on a child care event for a conference. The way the pricing is set up, you have different sessions for child care with a discount applied for two or more children in the same session. So:

  • Saturday all day ($30 1 child; $40 2 or more children)
  • Saturday morning ($15 1 child; $25 2 or more)
  • Saturday afternoon ($15 1 child; $25 2 or more)

I am assuming in order to do this the way it's structured I have to use hooks to modify pricing? I'm assuming civicrm_buildAmount is the appropriate hook. Any suggestions on how to approach what I'm trying to do. I'm not entirely sure how I would review all price sets for registrants to say (pseudo code):

if ( more than one registrant selects $option['saturday all day']) { $option['amount'] = 40/total registrants selecting this option }

Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks, Rachel

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To my knowledge you have started in the right path and that would be the best way to process priceset - yes BuildAmount hook is used for handling the priceset amount

Also I guess you should have already known about discount module if not please refer to the link below - If this works in anyway

refer - https://civicrm.org/extensions/cividiscount

All the best - I guess this helps !!!

  • Thanks Ramesh. I saw Cividiscount, but skimming the info I didn't see a way to do what I was looking for. At least not without having participants manually enter a code. Fantastic extension though. – Rachel Olivero Aug 10 '16 at 15:44
  • Yes for more function hook would be better – Ramesh - ARTECH Consultancy Aug 10 '16 at 15:52

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