Whenever you specify a fee on a registration form (or the price of an item on any payment form), you can also let users select a quantity.

There are several ways to allow your customers to select a quantity for a priced item (e.g. number of tickets for an event, number of guests) on a form.

We've outlined the two most useful methods below. You can try them both and also a few alternatives in this demo:

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Price and Quantity Combo

You can combine the fee or price and a quantity selector in a single input field:

  1. Add a drop-down list to the form
  2. Enter the item description and its price in the Name of the field formatted as Item Description ($100 USD), as shown below
  3. List the quantity options (for example number 0 to 5, one per line) in the Options panel of the dropdown
Online Payment Form with Price and Quantity

This method is concise and allows you to choose whether the fee is mandatory, i.e. the minimum quantity is one (set the first option to 1) or not (set the first option to 0).

Quantity Box

Use a quantity box if you want your customers to be able to buy an open-ended number of items.

  1. Add a text block to the form
  2. Enter the item description and its price formatted as Item Description ($100 USD), as shown below
  3. Add a text box and set its Allowed Content (data type) to Positive Integer
Online Form with Quantity Box