There are two Shopping & Delivery pricing models options:

Flat Fee

On this model, clients pay a Flat Shopping & Delivery fee set by the Business Owner. As the Business Owner, you can control who pays the Platform fee, either you or the customer.

Some things to consider: This may be a more familiar pricing model for clients coming from other Grocery Delivery apps. It allows you to lead with a lower price and you then make the majority of your earnings with percentage-based Gratuity suggestions- this is especially true on larger orders. Since Gratuity is not required, you do run the risk of having a Client not add Gratuity before or after the order.

If a client chooses to add gratuity later, they will be reminded 30 minutes after the order is completed to leave gratuity using the same percentage options as above.

Percentage of Grocery Total

On this model, clients pay a percentage of the total grocery amount as their Shopping & Delivery fee. You can also set a minimum fee, to protect yourself from small orders. If your minimum fee is $15, your Shopping and Delivery fee will never be less than $15. As the Business Owner, you can control who pays the Platform fee, either you or the customer.

Some things to consider: Percentage Pricing works for any size order without having to rely on Gratuity to be profitable. The Minimum Service fee protects you from small orders, replacing Minimum Gratuity as the means of guaranteed earnings.

If a client chooses to add gratuity later, they will be reminded 30 minutes after the order is completed to leave gratuity using the same dollar amount options as above.

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