Am struggling with this having gone thru multiple different possibilities and just cannot quite work out how to make this work, if indeed it’s possible.
If anyone can either help me out or point me in the direction of forum posts I’ve missed, would be massively appreciated.
Essentially one of our bars has a happy hour where a particular category is priced “based on time of order”.
Normally the items in this group are £7 each. During happy hour they’re priced based on the time of order (so ordering at 5:55pm they cost £5.55 and so on) or occasionally just a random amount based on some game being played by the staff and customers.
Currently we achieve this by having two of each product, one priced at £7 and one as an open price item where the staff are prompted to enter the price.
In an IDEAL world I would like the workflow to be as follows:
- If the staff just hit the button it sells at its default price of £7
- If the staff enter a price on the keypad and THEN hit the button, the price is what was entered on the keypad (so if the staff enters 6.25 and then selected the item, it’s £6.25 instead of £7).
Anyone think this might be achievable?