Reviewing Price Overrides
Using Web Admin, you can review price overrides for your menu items and modifiers. For example, if you have multiple locations, you may sell an item for different prices at each location, or at a specific location.
While Aloha Online Ordering pulls database information from the master store, which is the preferred database used to build the web menu, the system pulls pricing information from all stores. The system defines the price of an item at the master store as the default price. If a site location prices an item at a different price, the system creates an override price for that item for that location. When a consumer views the item on the web menu for this location, they see the override price.
For example, your restaurant contains three locations in different cities. Stores one and two sell a Caesar Salad for $5.00, whereas store three sells a Caesar Salad for $7.00. Store one is the master store, and thus the default price is $5.00. Since store three sells the item at a different price, the system creates an override price for the item. When a consumer selects store three for an online order, and views a Caesar Salad, they see a price of $7.00 accompanying the item.
You can review the price overrides.
In Web Admin, select Designs > Price Overrides > Item Price Overrides.
📝 To review modifier price overrides, select Designs > Price Overrides > Item Price Overrides. To review Promo Price Overrides, select Designs > Price Overrides > Promo Price Overrides.
Select a location from the ‘Choose Site’ drop-down list. The system displays the items containing a price override.