Group Membership Fees

Our pricing algorithms allow you to define either Family Membership Discounts, or Group Membership Discounts.

Group discounts allow you to define a membership range, such as 2 members to 3 members, and either a $ discount, or a % discount. We also allow you define how our algorithm applies discounts, either in tiers depending on what order members are added, or if the discount is applied to the entire group retroactively.

So if your Individual Membership Fees are defined as:

  • 25 & under: $60/m
  • 26+: $80/m

And you have the following members in a group:

  • Sally, 40
  • John, 39
  • Jack, 16
  • Molly, 14
  • Sam, 11

If the 'Apply Discounts in Tiers' option is selected as below

The membership rates will calculate as:

  • Sally, $80 - $0 = $80/m
  • John, $80 - $10 = $70/m
  • Jack, $60 - $10 = $50/m
  • Molly, $60 - $20 = $40/m
  • Sam, $60 - $20 = $40/m

With the same scenario above except with a 10% and 20% discount respectively, the membership rates will calculate as follows:

  • Sally, $80 - $0 = $80/m
  • John, $80 - $8 = $72/m
  • Jack, $60 - $6 = $54/m
  • Molly, $60 - $12 = $48/m
  • Sam, $60 - $12 = $48/m

If the 'Apply Same Discount to Entire Group' option is selected as below

The membership rates will calculate as:

  • Sally, $80 - $20 = $60/m
  • John, $80 - $20 = $60/m
  • Jack, $60 - $20 = $40/m
  • Molly, $60 - $20 = $40/m
  • Sam, $60 - $20 = $40/m

With the same scenario above except with a 10% and 20% discount respectively, the membership rates will calculate as follows:

  • Sally, $80 - $16 = $64/m
  • John, $80 - $16 = $64/m
  • Jack, $60 - $12 = $48/m
  • Molly, $60 - $12 = $48/m
  • Sam, $60 - $12 = $48/m
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