Item prices on quote pages (again)

Jessie Ochoa shared this question 2 years ago
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I remember this was discussed a few times before and is not recommended due to a possible reduction in leads, but is it possible to add this in as an option for those of us who dont mind that decrease (which may or may not happen?)

Customer routinely express frustration with having to edit their orders several times so they can see prices (which btw are already listed on our site) I am interested in making the checkout process as seamless as possible for my online customer and this has been a consistent issue.

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It's something we are interested in offering. Until we get that completed, you can put prices early in the description for the rental item because descriptions are shown on that page. Thanks!

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Cant really do that due to the varying price structure we have and that space is already used for other important product details.

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I'm with Jessie on this. I see why people want to get contact info for quotes/pricing. However, I find it to be less than ideal for a customer. The practice of hiding pricing until you add to cart or get a quote is old school. I moved from ERS where it would display the base pricing and we not once had an issue with the customer asking why prices changed for travel, time, etc. Would be great if we could simply modify the shortcode to include: "Price: %%baseprice%%" as an option.