Price Settings
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Your price settings determine whether transaction fees are charged to your organization or the payer. You’re always in control and can update price settings at the organization or page level.

We default your price settings to pass on transaction fees to payers and turn tips on so you can use Omella for free. Not right for your organization? We give you the flexibility to update price settings on each page. Here’s how.

Card processing Fee: By default, payers are charged a 3.49% + $.30 transaction fee when paying with credit, debit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay. If you would like to absorb card transaction fees for your payers, update the Credit Card Processing setting to “Your organization.”

Tips: By default, payers will be asked to leave an optional tip. Toggle the Tips setting to Off to disable tips. When Tips is set to Off, your organization is charged a $1.99 platform fee per transaction.

💡 Updating Price Settings in Organization Settings will only apply to new pages you create.

💡 Updating Price Settings in Page Settings will only apply to that page.


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