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Cost Types

The Cost Types page allows you to create categories to which you will be able to apply different rates of pay for events in the future.

List Cost TypesThis is the default menu when you open the Cost Types page.

Number: The number associated with the Cost Type is automatically assigned in the listing based on the alphabetical ordering of the Cost Names.

Del: This allows you to delete the associated Cost Type, by clicking on the "x".

Cost Name: This is the name given to the cost type. As in the example above, these can be such things as seniors, children (who often receive a reduced rate, depending on what the event is), adults, guest etc.

By clicking on the Cost Name you can edit the information related to the Cost Type. To change the name simply edit the information in the associated text box. For more information on Cost Type options, see "Add Cost Type" below.

Type: Indicates who will be able to access/pay this differentiated rate.

Add Cost Type: This menu allows you to add a new Cost Type:

Cost Name: The cost name is a descriptor of the grouping that you might desire to apply a differentiated rate to, in the future. For instance, if you might have an event that allows for you to charge less for seniors than adults (such as a luncheon) you would want to create a Cost Name for adults as well as one for seniors.

Cost Type: This determines who the rate will be available to in the future. If it is a "members" Cost Type, for instance, it would only be available to members, not all.

All allows for anyone registering to apply this rate to their registrations, member only means that it only applies to a member attendee and Public/Guest Only mean that it is not applicable for members (such as a guest rate).