Creating class packages

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It’s easy to set up a non-recurring package, or a recurring package through ClassFit. In the below article we’ll show you how.

Video walkthrough

This video will guide you through creating class packages.

 

Creating class packages

Once you’re logged in to our website, go to the Tools page and click Class Packages.

When creating your class package ClassFit provide several options to customize your class package to your business needs.

  • Class package name – This is what your customers will see when purchasing the package.
  • Class package type –  There are three options:
    • Class pack – This is a single class package or class pack. Once it expires it will not renew automatically.
    • Weekly recurring membership– This is a weekly membership. It will renew every seven days and your clients will be charged at each renewal
    • Monthly recurring membership – This is a monthly membership. It will renew every 30 days and your clients will be charged automatically.
  • Number of classes in package – This is how many classes will be assigned to the package
  • Days before package expires– If you have selected a one off class package, you can choose an expiry date. This will be the number of days after purchase that the class package will expire.
  • Currency – We will provide you with the currency options based on your account location
  • Package includes all classes – Yes / No
  • First time clients only – If you want to offer a special discount for first time customers, you can do so by checking the “First time clients only?” box. We will then only allow each account holder to purchase this once. Tip; you can create a class pack with one class if you want to offer a discount for the first class only.
  • Which classes are included in the package

Once you’ve customized your package, click Create Package.

Now your page will refresh and your package will appear in the table below. If you need to edit or delete your packages, you can do so by clicking on the Edit or Delete buttons. This will not affect any customers who have previously purchased one of these packages.

How customers purchase packages

If you take online payments, your customers will checkout online when they register for one of your classes. At this stage, they will be given the option to purchase the class at the pay as you go rate set by you, or to purchase a package if you have created them, and they are relevant.In addition to this, you can also add a package widget to your website, so your clients can purchase them without having to register for a class first.

Editing packages

From the class package page, scroll down the find the package you wish to edit in the the table. Then click “Edit” in the right hand column. The page will scroll back up to the original form used to create this package, where you can edit any details you like. Finally, click “Save Changes” and your new edited package will be saved.

Deleting packages

From the class packages page, scroll down the find the packages you wish to edit in the the table. Then click “Delete” in the right hand column. A popup will appear asking you to confirm you are ready to delete this package. Customers who already have this package will not be impacted, however it will stop new customers purchasing this package in the future. If you want more information on how to edit packages which clients have already purchases please see this link for further information – Adding and editing client specific packages.

 

Adding your package widget to your website

To add the class package widget to your website, you follow the same steps as when adding your calendar to your website. From the Class Packages page, at the bottom, click on the Generate code button.

Then two lines of code will appear.

To add the class package widget to your website, you follow the same steps as when adding your calendar to your website. Please see the below links for your website type.

If you need any further help with this, please email hello@classfit.com.

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