Enterprise customers can designate menu items as having varying prices across multiple locations.
The user making menu changes to multiple locations must make changes at the location that is set to be the Owner in order for changes to take effect at its targeted locations.
Navigate to the menu item that will have Location Specific Pricing.
On the item level, scroll to Pricing Strategy and select Location Specific Pricing. Next, choose the group or individual location that will have varying prices, then add the price into the text field.
If multiple locations within a group have varying prices, add the group here. Individual locations prices within the group can be changed using the Price Editor.
Save and publish your changes.
Navigate to Price Editor.
From the Select Restaurants dropdown, select the restaurant group or location at which you've made the price change. From the All Strategies dropdown, select Location Specific Price. This will filter your Price Editor to show only menu groups/items that are configured to use Location Specific Pricing.
Below, expand the menu group(s) that contain items that have been changed to have Location Specific Prices. The menu item will list the location that has the specific price and the price at that location.
In this example, Toast Corporate is a restaurant group. Creating a Location Specific Price for an item on the group level indicates that most of the restaurants in that group will have the $9.00 price.
To add more locations with varying prices, select the + sign that appears in the price text field.
A dropdown of all restaurant groups/locations will appear. Choose the appropriate location that has a different price, then enter the amount into the text field.
The location and its price will appear below.
To update prices at multiple locations, begin by selecting the locations using the checkboxes. Select the Update dropdown and make the appropriate changes by using a set amount, dollar amount increase, or percentage increase.
The price increase will appear immediately.
Location Specific Pricing also supports other Pricing Strategies that are used within items. For example, the Burger of the Month is sold for $5.50 on weekends but only at the Detroit location.
To configure this, add the location and enter a base price. Then select the name of the location.
This will navigate to the Location Specific Pricing details page. Choose the appropriate Pricing Strategy. In this case, Time Specific Pricing. Make the necessary changes and enter the new price into the text field.
Save and publish these changes.
Navigate back to Price Editor. Each location with its individual prices will appear.
Note that the Detroit location has both its base price and its Time Specific Price listed.