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How To Create an Order Form in WordPress [+Free Template]

Do you need an order form creator to add a simple order form on your WordPress site? With WPForms and the Stripe, Authorize.Net, and PayPal payment integrations, you can create an order form in just minutes (and accept payments from customers whenever they submit the form).

You can also create an online order form that generates the order information from customers, but lets you accept payments for the order later.

In this article, we’ll show you how to create both a simple order form with online payments and without payments.

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Video Tutorial

We’ve created a video that shows you how to create an order form in WordPress.

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If you would prefer to read the instructions, we’ll walk through the process in the steps below.

How Do I Create an Order Form for My Website?

Here are some quick links for you so you can jump to the right online order form template you want to use on your site:

How to Create a Simple Order Form With Online Payments:

  1. Create a Simple Order Form in WordPress
  2. Configure Your Order Form Notifications
  3. Configure Your Order Form Confirmations
  4. Configure the Payment Settings
  5. Add Your Simple Order Form to Your Site

or

How to Create a Simple Order Form Without Online Payments:

  1. Create a Simple Order Form in WordPress
  2. Configure Your Order Form Notifications
  3. Configure Your Order Form Confirmations
  4. Add Your Simple Order Form to Your Site

How to Create a Simple Order Form with Online Payments

Accepting donations? Or, maybe you want to do something like build a t-shirt order form, a photography order form, or any other order form to collect orders. Whatever digital or physical products you’re selling, you can take payments through an online order form.

Here we’re going to show you how to create a WordPress order form that will accept credit card payments and PayPal payments. If you want to accept online payments for orders through your site’s order form, this is the place to be.

Step 1: Create a Simple Order Form in WordPress

The first thing you’ll need to do is install and activate the WPForms plugin. For more details, see this step by step guide on how to install a plugin in WordPress.

Next, go to WPForms » Add New to create a new form.

On the setup screen of the order form creator, name your form and select the Billing/Order form template.

Billing-Order Form Template

Next, you’ll want to modify what items are available to order.

To do this, scroll down to the “Available Items” section on the right that the template includes and click on it.

This will open up the “Field Options” in the left panel. Here you can rename the field, add or remove order items, and change the prices.

Customize Available Items

If you want to give people images to choose from when filling out your online order form, click on the Use image choices checkbox in the Form Editor.

Use Image Choice Checkbox

When you do this, you’ll be able to upload images to go alongside your items, giving people a visual look at what they’re ordering.

For help with this step, check out our tutorial on how to add image choices to your WordPress forms. You can also make forms look great by following the steps in our post on how to create a Multi-step form in WordPress. But for the sake of this tutorial, we’ll stick with a single page.

Lastly, you can add additional fields to your order form by dragging them from the left hand side to the right hand side.

If needed, check out our tutorial on how to add product options that change the total price. This is a great trick to do to improve the user experience and lower your online shopping cart abandonment rate.

And, we’ve got a tutorial for you if you’d like to learn how to use the power of discounts and add a coupon code field to your forms.

Click Save when you’re done.

Step 2: Configure Your Form Notifications

There are two settings to configure in your simple order form. The first is the Notifications setting. Notifications are a great way to send an email when your form is submitted.

You can send an email notification to yourself, which WPForms does automatically unless you disable form notifications. You can also send a notification to a member of your team by adding their email to the Send to Email Address field.

In addition, if you use smart tags, you can even send a form notification to a customer to let them know their order has been received.

Let’s take a look at how to set up one form notification that will be sent out to a customer after they submit an order form on your website.

Start by clicking on the Settings tab in the Form Builder and then click Notifications.

Next, you’ll want to customize which email address will receive a notification when a new order is submitted.

To include the email address of the person that filled out the online order form, which is your customer, click Show Smart Tags in the Send To Email Address field.

Form Notification Smart Tags

Click on Email so WPForms knows to send a notification to the email address that was entered on the order form submission.

Form Notification Smart Tags, Email

Next, you can change your notification’s email subject to be more specific. In addition, you can customize the “From Name”, “From Email”, and “Reply-To” emails.

And don’t forget to include a personalized message if the email is going to anyone but yourself.

If you want to include all of the information found in the form fields of the submitted order form, use the {all_fields} smart tag.

For more help with smart tags, check out this tutorial on how to use smart tags in WPForms.

Form Notification Customization

By changing these fields, you’ll know that whoever receives the email notification will know exactly what the notification is for and who it came from.

To send out more than one email notification when an order form is submitted on your website, check out these step by step instructions on how to create multiple form notifications in WordPress forms.

Better yet, if you want, you can send an automatic WordPress order form email receipt to all customers that submit an order.

Step 3: Configure Your Form Confirmations

The second setting to configure deals with form confirmations. Form confirmations are messages that display for customers once they submit an order form.

There are three confirmation types you can choose from:

  1. Message. This is the default confirmation type in WPForms. When a customer submits an order form, a simple message confirmation will appear letting them know their form was processed. Look here for some great success messages to help boost customer happiness.
  2. Show Page. This confirmation type will take customers to a specific web page on your site thanking them for their order. For help doing this, check out our tutorial on redirecting customers to a thank you page. In addition, be sure to check out our article on creating effective Thank You pages for boosting customer loyalty.
  3. Go to URL (Redirect). This option is used when you want to send customers to a different website.

Let’s see how to set up a simple form confirmation in WPForms so you can customize the message users will see after submitting their orders.

First, click on the Confirmation tab in the Form Editor under Settings.

Next, select the type of confirmation type you’d like to create. For this example, we’ll select Message.

Form Confirmation Type

Then, customize the confirmation message to your liking, and click Save when you’re done.

For help with the other confirmation types, see our documentation on setting up form confirmations. You can also set up email confirmations to know when the order form is completed as you collect orders online.

Step 4: Configure the Payment Settings

Lastly, you’ll need to configure the payment settings for your order form by connecting to your payment provider so you can collect online payments from customers.

WPForms integrates with PayPal, Authorize.Net, and Stripe payment processors for accepting payments. Offering more than one way to pay is a great way to reduce order form abandonment.

To configure the payment information settings on your order form, you’ll first have to install and activate the right payment addon.

For easy step by step instructions, check out our tutorial on installing and using the PayPal addon. If you want to use Stripe, you’ll find similar instructions for installing and using the Stripe addon here.

Once you’ve done that, click the Payments tab in the Form Editor.

In our example, we’ll set up PayPal to process orders.

Payment Settings

After clicking PayPal, you’ll need to enter your PayPal email address, select the Production mode, choose Products and Services, and adjust other settings as needed.

PayPal Settings

After you’re done configuring the payment settings, click Save to store your changes.

Be sure to check out our tutorial on allowing customers to choose their payment method if you want to offer more than one payment option.

Now you’re ready to add your simple order form on your site.

Step 5: Add Your Simple Order Form to Your Site

WPForms allows you to add your forms to many places on your website like blog posts, pages, and your sidebar (widget-ready areas).

First let’s take a look at the most common post / page embed option.

Start by creating a new post or page in WordPress. After that, click inside the first block (the blank area below your page title) and click on the Add WPForms icon.

add wpforms icon

The handy WPForms widget will appear inside of your block. Click on the WPForms dropdown and pick which one of the forms you’ve already created that you want to insert into your page. Select your order form.

select your order form

Next, click on the blue button in the top right that says Publish, so your form will appear on your website.

publish your order form on wordpress site

To add a simple order form to your site in the sidebar widget area, go to Appearance » Widgets.

Then, add a WPForms widget to your sidebar. After that, select the Billing / Order Form from the drop-down menu and save your changes to the widgets area.

WPForms Widget

Click Save.

Now you can view your published order form live on your site. Notice when you select items on your form the price changes automatically.

Final Order Form with Payment

And there you have it! You now know how to create a simple order form in WordPress that accepts online payments.

How to Create a Simple Order Form without Online Payments

There are a few reasons why you might want to avoid collecting payment for orders from your customers through your order form:

  • You don’t like the idea of accepting credit cards through your website
  • Your customers prefer to send checks, money orders, or directly deposit funds from their bank account into yours
  • Payment plans are an option for your customers
  • You prefer to send official invoices to customers requesting payment

No matter the reason for not wanting to accept online payments, WPForms makes it easy for you to create a simple order form without payment.

Let’s take a look at how to do just that.

Step 1: Create a Simple Order Form in WordPress

The first thing you’ll need to do is install and activate the WPForms plugin. For more details, see this step by step guide on how to install a plugin in WordPress.

Next, go to WPForms » Add New, name your form, and click on the Billing/Order Form template.

Billing-Order Form Template

In the Form Editor, you’ll be able to customize what items are available for customers to order.

To do this, scroll down to the “Available Items” section in the preview screen on the right and click on it.

This will open up the “Field Options” in the left panel. Here you can rename the field, add or remove order items, and change the prices.

Customize Available Items

If you want to give people images to choose from when filling out your order form, click on the Use image choices checkbox in the Form Editor.

Use Image Choice Checkbox

Doing this will give you the ability to upload images to complement the items you have for sale, while also showing customers an image of the item they’re wanting to purchase.

For help with this step, check out our tutorial on how to add image choices to your WordPress forms.

Lastly, you can add additional fields to your order form by dragging them from the left hand side to the right hand side. This is good for collecting additional contact information from your customers that relate to their order.

Click Save when you’re done.

Step 2: Configure Your WordPress Order Form Notifications

Next, you’ll need to configure your form’s email notifications so you can send customers an email receipt for their order.

This is done by sending multiple notifications at once – one to yourself or the team member in charge of orders so you know an order has been submitted, and one to your customer.

By default, WPForms automatically sends the admin email associated with your WordPress site a form notification unless you turn notifications off. However, to send your customer an email notification as well, you’ll need to add another notification.

To do this, click on the Notifications tab under Settings in the Form Editor. Then, click on the Add New Notification button.

Notification Settings for No Payment

A popup modal will appear. Here you can name your additional notification whatever you want since it’s just for your reference. Then, click Okay.

Receipt on wordpress order form

To send this notification to the customer that filled out the order form, click Show Smart Tags next to the Send To Email Address field. Then click on Email.

Smart Tags

This will tell WPForms that whatever email address was entered on the order form that was submitted should receive a notification.

Next, you can change your notification’s email subject line. In addition, you can customize the “From Name”, “From Email”, and “Reply-To” emails so your customer knows exactly what the email notification they receive is about.

You can also customize the notification message. If you want to include all of the form field information the customer filled out on your order for, use the {all_fields} smart tag and add whatever additional message you’d like to add.

Thank You Message

For more help with smart tags, check out this tutorial on how to use smart tags in WPForms.

Click Save.

Step 3: Configure Your WordPress Order Form Confirmations

The next thing you’ll need to do is set up the confirmation message that customers will see after submitting their order.

There are several confirmation types you can set up in your forms, including:

  • A confirmation message that will show after a form submission
  • Redirection to another page on your website, such as a “Thank You” page
  • Go to URL redirect, for times you want to redirect customers to another website

For help with all three of these options, take a look at our useful tutorial on setting up form confirmations in WordPress.

In our example, we’ll set up a simple message confirmation that customers will see once they submit the order form.

First, click on the Confirmation tab in the Form Editor under Settings.

Next, select the type of confirmation type you’d like to create. For this example, we’ll select Message.

form confirmation type for wordpress order form

Then, customize the confirmation message and click Save.

Step 4: Add Your Order Form to Your Site

WPForms allows you to add your forms to many places on your website like blog posts, pages, and your sidebar (widget-ready areas).

First let’s take a look at the most common post / page embed option.

Start by creating a new post or page in WordPress. After that, click inside the first block (the blank area below your page title) and click on the Add WPForms icon.

add wpforms icon

The handy WPForms widget will appear inside of your block. Click on the WPForms dropdown and pick which one of the forms you’ve already created that you want to insert into your page. Select your order form.

select your wordpress order form

Next, click on the blue button in the top right that says Publish, so your form will appear on your website.

publish your order form on wordpress site

To add a simple order form to your site in the sidebar widget area, go to Appearance » Widgets.

Then, add a WPForms widget to your sidebar. After that, select the Billing / Order Form from the drop-down menu and save your changes to the widgets area.

WPForms Widget

Click Save on your online order form.

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Final Thoughts on Making an Online Order Form

And there you have it! You now know how to create a simple order form in WordPress both with or without online payments.

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Comments

  1. Excellent. This step by step approach takes the confusion out of such an important issue. Anything that helps us get paid is always welcome information. Such knowledge puts us over the wall while others are contemplating the first step.Your assistance is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

      1. Hi Azeez, thank you for the question.
        As WPForms isn’t an e-commerce solution, there is no anything like the user profile page or the customer’s area on the site, si I’m afraid currently, we don’t have any built-in option to access the submitted form submission on the site front-end.
        To send another order, the user will have to submit the form again.
        I apologize for any inconvenience.
        Have a good one 🙂

  2. Form would be more helpful if you could check more than 1 entry on multi-choice module. Having a tough time building a form that allows for multi-items purchase.

      1. Hi Jared, do I get it right that there is no way to change the order form in a way that my customers can order more than one item?

      2. Hi Bettina,

        You can absolutely set up your order forms so that customers can order more than one item. A form can include as many items fields as you’d like, and each items field allows one item to be selected.

        So what many of our users will do is include a Dropdown Items field for each product. Then they will fill in the dropdown options with various quantities and associated prices. That way, it’s possible to include both many different items and multiple quantities of each item.

        I hope this helps! If you’d like more details about this, please feel free to get in touch 🙂

  3. Is it possible to us WPForms and integrate with an add to cart button on the site and have the WPForm recognize a cart in the checkout process?

  4. Is it possible to add a product to the cart using WPFORMS rather than checking out?

    user case: Allow a user to register several of their kids, enter child info, select the childs instrument/service. Perform this for each of their four kids, for example, the product/service selection is added to the cart when pressing submit.

    Once the user is done registering each child they would checkout, I would add a button “go to cart” with all items added to the cart using woocommerce to checkout.

  5. Hello,

    Is there a way to be able to have a set percent of a total cost be charged to the card per month? Like let’s say that there is a customer that has to make payments for a service — for example, service cost was $1000 and the customer wants to pay 10% of that every month ($100) until it’s paid off.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Jeremy,

      Our forms don’t currently have the ability to do calculations outside of adding prices together, and additionally we don’t have a way to create payment plans in the way you’re describing. I’ll add these to our feature request list, though, so our team can consider these ideas in the future.

      Have a good one 🙂

  6. Can a customer enter a custom quantity in a textbox? All examples are using drop-downs with predefined quantities. I want to sell tickets. I am adding one item on the form. I can set its price, but how to set up quantity so it is flexible?

    1. Hi Grzegorz,

      The method you’re describing is what I would recommend as well. We don’t currently have the ability to add a quantity field to your products, though this is on our radar to consider down the road!

      If you have any other questions, please feel welcome to get in touch 🙂

  7. HI, is it possible to add an image for radio checklist ? like instead of text, i want to place an image..

    see screenshot

      1. Hi Raju,

        Sure, you can absolutely do this! Here’s our tutorial with all of the steps to get started. This will show you how to add images — and I’d recommend making sure all images are the same size to make the next step simpler.

        Next, the layout. First, you can use our built-in setting to put the options in 2 or 3 columns.

        After choosing the 3 column layout, I played with some styling to get the image and text oriented. Here’s the CSS I used to create the same look from your screenshot:

        ul#wpforms-10-field_223 li {
            display: flex;
        }
        
        ul#wpforms-10-field_223 input {
            align-self: flex-end;
            margin-bottom: 4px;
        }
        
        div.wpforms-container-full .wpforms-form ul li {
            margin-bottom: 0 !important;
        }
        

        With all this in place, here’s a screenshot of my end result.

        This may look a little different on your site’s theme depending on the styles applied there, but hopefully this gets you really close to the look you want! 🙂

  8. Do you have an article regarding the output of a form in an email? My current form is creating tons of extra line spaces after it’s been submitted and received via email. The form looks great on the website itself.

    1. Hi Ben,

      We don’t currently have a way to run calculations outside of basic product price addition (adding the cost of selected items to display in a Total field). I’ll note this on our feature request list for consideration, though 🙂

  9. Is this function available in the Basic paid for version? I can’t work it out from the list of features. I would like to use it in a membership renewal form for a small club website where I need to keep costs down. It looks like it will do the other features I need, Entry management and Conditional Logic. Thanks.

    1. Hi David,

      With a Basic license, you’d be able to great a simple order form as long as you don’t need to collect online payments. If you do need to collect online payments, you’d need a Pro license level or higher in order to access our payment addons (Stripe and PayPal).

      I hope this helps! And if you have any other questions about licenses, etc, please feel welcome to get in touch! 🙂

  10. Hello, it seems that this feature isn’t included in the Lite version of WPforms, I need some clarification as the steps/screenshots only cover the installation and activation of the plugin itself. Is this feature specifically available only with the add-on templates pack? Otherwise, without this detail the article seems a bit misleading.

    1. Hi Michael,

      Great question. Our Lite version isn’t able to create order forms as it doesn’t include access to pricing-related fields, however our paid licenses have access to order form options.

      Specifically, any paid license would let you create an order form without payment. However if you’d like to collect a payment through your form, you’d need a Pro license level or higher. This would provide you with access to our two payment addons, Stripe and PayPal.

      I hope this helps! And if you have any additional questions about our paid licenses or order forms, please get in touch 🙂

  11. What about stock? If I only have 32 of a particular item is there anyway to manage this? Let’s say I have a special price sale item, I wouldn’t want to 34 orders.

  12. Hi,

    is it possible to make a application form in 3 steps?

    step 1. form to fill
    step2. check the filled tekst in a next page, if there is something wrong to recover it with back or next button. back for recover and next for the step 3.
    step3. payment gateway through stripe.

    last but not least, when more than 1 application in this case 2 – 6 people, can I add “next customer” button with the same information as customer 1.

    thnx.

    1. Hi Sunmac,

      We currently don’t have an option to allow you to set inventory for products that you are selling so I apologize for the inconvenience! In case it helps, I’ve added this as a feature request for our development team to consider further down the road. Thanks for the suggestion! 🙂

      1. Hi Andrew!
        I apologize, but we don’t have any ETA on this currently.
        We appreciate the suggestion! It’s always helpful to get insights from our users.

        Have a good one 🙂

  13. I would like to know if I can use WPFORMS to create a one page

    1) Order/product selection w/quantity drop down box
    2) Order summary
    3) Payment Checkout

    *I sell tickets with multiple options and ADULT/ CHILD pricing, my customers always vary on what they purchase

    1. Hi Lawrence,

      We don’t have a way to do this right now, but I’ve made a note on our feature request list so we can keep it on our radar! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

    1. Hi Jessica,

      We don’t have a way to do this right now, but I’ve made a note on our feature request list so we can keep it on our radar! In the meantime though, we do have a workaround that you can check out and see if it works for you.

      I hope this helps!

    1. Hi Matthew,

      I apologize for the confusion. The Billing/Order form template is only available with paid versions of WPForms but you can recreate most of it using the free version, WPForms Lite. If you’d like to include a total field or allow users to submit payments online, you will need to upgrade to Pro or higher.

      I hope this helps!

  14. Is there a way to delay processing of a payment until the site owner puts it through manually?

    The form is an application, and we only want to charge people whose applications are approved. The approval is a manual process, so there needs to be a delay. Suggestions on ways to do this are welcome.

    1. Hi CD,

      We don’t have a way to do this right now since currently, if you’re using Stripe, the payment must be successfully processed before the form itself can be submitted. With PayPal, a user will be redirected to the PayPal site after they’ve submitted the form first. That being said, I’ve made a note on our feature request list so we can keep it on our radar! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

  15. I’m looking for something like this to utilize for an estimate form for our site. Basically, we want a visitor to be able to check off the items they’re interested in, each of which have a corresponding price. The catch is we’d prefer if the individual prices don’t display, just the total cost. Is that an option?

    Ideally, we’d like the total cost to be emailed to the visitor with a copy of the items they selected on teh form, is that within the plugin’s capabilities? And if so, are they available in the free version?

    1. Hi Jamie,

      The Checkbox Items field does not display the individual price beside the item itself but the individual price will appear in the total field as the use makes their selection. Of course, this number will change as users select more items to display the total amount due upon submission.

      A user can receive a copy of their form submission via an email notification after they’ve submitted the form. For more information on that, please check out our notification setup guide.

      Thanks!

  16. Hello,

    I have a condition here can anyone please help me?

    can I add this wpform on woocommerce product buy now button so when user select any product and click buy now button then my created form will open and instead of its selecting forms item it will remember my woocommerce selected product and user will fill all required fields and checkout .

    can I do with this plugin ?

    1. Hi Mubashir,

      We currently don’t offer any integration with WooCommerce because they’re heavily integrated with their own forms systems.

      If you need forms to work within WooCommerce, I’d suggest contacting the Woo team directly to be sure you can find an option that integrates properly with their system.

    1. Hi Kelli!
      Currently, we will concentrate on PayPal and Stripe payment options only.
      If it helps, here you can find more details regarding both options: PayPal and Stripe.
      I apologize that we can’t provide you with the option you need.
      Have a good one 🙂

  17. Hi, any updates on adding a quantity field to the product fields? It would be super helpful to allow a customer to enter their own quantity value… Thanks!

    1. Hi Gene, I hope you are doing great!
      Currently, this feature is unavailable, as WPForms can’t running calculations.
      We have this actually added to the “Feature request” list in our system as we do planning thr roadmap, however, I don’t have any ETA on this.

      Have a good one 🙂

  18. Hi, please I want to know if I can add custom payment gateway(PayStack.com or Flutterwave) to my form and if possible use my woocommerce payment gateway instead of the PayPal & Stripe you mentioned above.

    Actually, I need a form where I can users can place order from my woocommerce products without visiting the store page.

    1. Hi Michael – I apologize, but we don’t currently have the options you’ve described here. But if there’s any other way that we might be able to help, please feel welcome to reach out! Our team is happy to answer any questions you might have: https://wpforms.com/contact/

  19. Greetings,
    I was looking for a way to make on-line Group Buys more simple that the mess I have had to deal with in the past. We have 4355 club members and when I have a Group Buy it gets crazy. Orders are placed, orders are changed, orders are canceled, etc. In the end I have to go back and figure out where I am and I have done that by using a Spreadsheet but this is laborious and provides an Opportunity For Error (OFE). To make it all worse it is on a closed FaceBook page where this all takes place.

    Any ideas on how I can use this tool or something different to make this process easier?

    1. Hi Tony, thanks for your question!
      It looks like the main issue in your case is the orders management. With WPForms you can use our payment addons (Stripe or PayPal) and then manage your orders either in your Stripe or PayPal account, which I believe is a good idea compared to the way how you did it before.
      In case it helps we have great articles about both Stripe and PayPal addons on our website.

      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  20. how can we add another payment method to wpforms I want to connect fast data connect payment gate I have a woo-commerce plugin for this but how can I connect to wpforms?

    1. Hi Hussain — We currently offer 2 payment integration options: Stripe and PayPal Standard. So unfortunately it doesn’t sound like we can offer what you’re looking for right now.

      I tried looking up this payment gateway in order to add it to our feature request list, but haven’t had any luck. When you have a chance, would you please share the exact name of the payment gateway you’d like to see over in this suggestion form? Thank you!

  21. Final email should go after successful payment, But I have not saw any setting for this. The emails are going to simple user even if user are not making payment.

    Is there any option for this.

    1. Hi Abhilesh!
      I apologize for any confusion!
      With PayPal option, there is no way to send emails only after successful payment. Entry created and a notification email sent regardless of the payment made or not.
      You can use our Stripe addon where it will send an email and save entry only after successful payment.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  22. Will Woocommerce integration come soon? There really is no woocommerce integration. I was very surprised by this. I am amazed that WordPress is not in the most used form plugin.

    1. Hi Alican!
      I apologize, but we don’t support any integration with WooCommerce, mainly because they’re heavily integrated with their own forms systems.
      If you need forms to work within WooCommerce, I’d suggest contacting the Woo team directly to be sure you can find an option that integrates properly with their system.
      I’m sorry we can’t be more helpful with this!
      Have a good one 🙂

  23. I’m curious…

    How could this be used if there are two price multipliers?

    Example

    Number of children attending an event. $100 per child

    So $100 for 1, $200 for 2, $300 for 3.

    And…

    Number of days: X: the above cost by the number chosen.

    I’m weighing up if I could use this for a solution I need to create.

    1. Hi David!
      Currently, we do not have a built-in option to run the math calculations required to achieve this task. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.
      I apologize for any inconvenience!
      Have a good one 🙂

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