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How to create Offers with package prices
How to create Offers with package prices

Check out the examples of offer setups and how to create them. The same content can be displayed in many different ways.

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Written by Perra Skoog
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There are many options to create a package price in Qondor. Creating an offer with package prices is slightly more complex than displaying individual products and individual prices, so this article explains step by step how to set this up with ease.

Package prices provide a great way to present a total price for everything included without having to show the individual prices per product to the customer.
All offer examples shown below contain the same content. The difference is in the presentation of the content and how the prices are displayed to the customer.

Offer admin is the Project manager's everyday workspace and where the Project manager creates the offer. It is the heart of the offer. Each offer has its own Offer admin where you can create products and it includes VAT articles, quantity, margin, in-price, out-price and revenue. This is never displayed to the customer.

πŸ“Œ In each offer example displayed below, there is an option to view how the offer set up looks in Offer admin.
πŸ“Œ At the end of this article there is also a link to the project where you can see how the different offers look for the customer.


πŸ’‘ Tips

  • Use product groups to gather products together. It will give the offer an easier overview.

  • Consider using a separate standard product or text product where you explain to the customer what you as Project manager expect in the offer answer and what the next step in the process will be.

  • Use the option to gain customer feedback and decide whether you want to retrieve feedback per product or whether you would like feedback for the whole offer.


In the basic package the products that are the foundation of the offer, are included in
a product group. For example Transportation, accommodation, breakfast and transfer.
A total price per person is then calculated by Qondor and shown in the offer.

The description of these products are at the top of the offer and then the product group "Package price" shows the quantity of each product included in the package.

If alternatives for single rooms or a different point of origin needs to be shown, it can be added in a separate product group named "Supplements".

Products as meals and excursions can be divided into other product groups based on product types or by date of operation.

πŸ˜€ Pros: The basic package can be standardized and shows the price of the essential products in the offer. Additional products for the program can be added later and amended without influencing the package price.
πŸ€” Cons: More calculation for the customer to get the total price of the offer.


The offer is divided into a description part which has all info of all included products.
The offer ends with a product group "Package price".
In this group all products are created as single products with prices and the correct quantity for all the products are added. All individual prices are hidden to the customer.
A total price per person is then calculated by Qondor and shown in the offer.

πŸ˜€ Pros: A cleaner looking offer with descriptions at the top and prices at the bottom.
πŸ€” Cons: If the offer contains a lot of products the prices require a bit of scrolling to be seen.


Sometimes there might be projects with the same destination but different transport options and/or accommodation alternatives.
To meet these scenarios it is possible to create an offer with different product groups per package.
One product group for the option with Transport 1 & Hotel 1 and another with Transport 2 & Hotel 1.
There are endless possibilities in displaying different alternatives, but we recommend a maximum total of 3 alternatives. Check with your Superuser what is applicable.

πŸ˜€ Pros: A great way to have the same package with one major difference in the same offer. Normally the difference is the accommodation or the transportation.
πŸ€” Cons: If many alternatives are presented, it might be overwhelming for the customer and more difficult to differentiate one from another.


The offer is divided into a description part which contains information about the products included.
In Offer Admin the Project manager inserts the required prices into each product of the product group "Price calculation". All products in the price calculation are set to Unpublished and are never revealed to the customer.
Qondor will automatically calculate the total price per person and this will be displayed in the Offer Admin footer:

To make the correct package price per person visible in the offer, the Project manager must add it manually to the product "Package price" in Offer admin.

If there is a change in the price calculation, the price in "Package price" must be updated by the Project manager.

πŸ˜€ Pros: The offer is clearly presented, as the package price is published as a stand alone product. The package price per person can be rounded to present an even figure.
πŸ€” Cons: When changes occur, the package price must be recalculated manually.

πŸ“Œ All cases are set up in a project which you can check out.
πŸ’‘ Each offer also has a "How to create" section

​Password: qondorpackage

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