@Eli_P I do understand how the feature works. My point is that it’s confusing. I feel like others are confused and that’s not a fundamentally good thing.
Again, my issue is, if I’m a potential client, I look at your table and I think, “Gee, I’m going to have 60 people at my event so I guess that Eli’s base rate of $100 + $25 (25-49) + $50 (50-75). So that’s a grand total of $175 an hour. Hmmm, I wonder if I can find something cheaper.”
To drive this home I feel like people will simply start adding ALL of the additional fees. It seems to me that my hourly rate gets exponentially more expensive. My proposed revison just trys to word things better.
@Christopher_D I like this idea a lot!
“@Brissa I like your proposed revision, but I would add that “Additional Charge per hour” should just be “Charge per hour” so that TOTAL number of attendees is equal to TOTAL price”
I just want to to be very easy to read with NO math required and no assumptions being made. It’s way to vague how these rates should be calculated and we’re asking a lot of of the guests. It seems the hosts are confused as well. On my first attempt to use this feature I made a mistake and now I have to eat $300. That really sucks.