Ask Customers Pay Their Price
Allow your customers to pay the least or the highest amount they are willing to pay may remove their remorse after the purchase.
Set Min/Max to Control Pricing
Control prices and boost sales of perishable products at the last minute. It can be donations, event tickets, hotel rooms, etc.
Works With Variable Products
Apply the ‘Pay What You Want’ pricing rule to simple or variable products to maximize sales of store items having specific attributes.
Om Pay What You Want
Your customers may stop and rethink their purchase decision on Price. A fixed price may result in higher cart abandonment. With Pay What You Want app, you can set them free to pay for a product an amount that seems to be justified and affordable. It helps you increase sales by offering dynamic pricing with respect to each consumer's willingness to pay.
The app allows you to welcome negotiation with an 'Ask Your Price' button. You set a price range with minimum and maximum values, and the customer has to enter an amount to see if it is acceptable. Such negotiate removes the need to ask for a special price and discount. With the price they choose, they are more likely to convert.
- Allow Customers what they want to pay
- Create a price range to set limits
- Apply to specific products or Variants
- Add an ‘Ask Your Price’ button
- Minimum and maximum price Messages
- Addition ‘Add to Cart’ button on Cart or Checkout
- Product price by step value
Customers’ Own Pricing
Empower your customers to control prices for the product they like. The app helps you inculcate confidence among your target customers to trust in your product quality and pay a price that seems to be appropriate.
Set a price range
Along with a suggested price, you can set a minimum and maximum amount a customer can pay for a product. Concentrate on the quality and let the customers go justice with the price they can afford.
Offer on Simple Products or Specific Variants
You can offer 'Pay What You Want' pricing strategy on a simple as well as specific product variants. It helps you allow dynamic pricing on a specific product variation.
By adding an ‘Ask Your Price’ button, you can automate price negotiations for happy purchases. The button allows users to offer a price and see if it works. With this, they end up with the most appropriate price.
Personalize Price Range Messages
You can add custom messages to better communicate the minimum and maximum price a customer can pay.
Additional ‘Add to Cart’ button
Enable an additional ‘Add to Cart’ button either on the Cart or Checkout page to increase the probability of conversion.
Product price by step value
Set step values to allow customers increase or decrease product price
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Works great! Thanks for the great support. I needed the option for customers to contribute more than the free amount and it worked.
Changing Your World Bookstore
The Pay What You Want Extendons team is super helpful with whatever issues I have. Been using this app for about a year and it works fantastic with my store. I needed a feature altered for my store and they provide a 24 hour turnaround.
Common Room PH
Setting up the app was a bit confusing so we had to do trial and error. We were finally able to set it up so we did a trial run. App took awhile to update on the live site every time you go to the products where the setting is applied. We sample purchased items in our website and we did not notice that it created a new product listing every time we "pay what we want" for the item. We did not notice this immediately. So we launched our new product not knowing this, customers paid the amount they wanted but NEW products were added based on the amount paid by previous customers. This affected product listings and in turn, affected inventory count. Actual purchases exceeded the stocks (which are limited) we have for the item so we had to manually double check what are the final quantity of purchases and how many we have to do so that we can meet the excess. Luckily, we noticed immediately and we only exceeded around 10 - 15. We immediately disabled and deleted the app, updated product information and the like while customers are rushing in the site and making their purchase. I hope that you could improve further on your app and address the concerns we have mentioned so that in the future, problems like this will be prevented. We do not know why new product listings appeared every time customers pay for what they want, and I think this should not be the case. Please fix this, thank you.