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About combos

Combos enable customers to order multiple items for a fixed price. They can include preset items or groups of items from which customers can choose. All items used in a combo must be created in the Back Office before adding them to the combo. Combos can be used to sell items in combination for a lower price than if they were purchased separately to encourage customers to order more than they originally intended. Find combo examples listed below.

A combo has the structure Combo > Item group(s) > Item(s):
A combo has its own SKU and consists of one or multiple groups (each group has its own SKU and can have different settings: forced coursing, forced price, number of items to be selected, etc.). Groups (ex: Sandwiches and Milkshakes) consist of individual items (ex: Banana milkshake, strawberry milkshake, etc.).

Items must be part of a group to be displayed within a combo on the POS.


Learn more about combos in the following articles:

Here are some examples of what combos can look like:

1st example: Menu Deal

  • Sandwich and Shake Deal (combo):
    • Sandwiches (item group):
      • Chicken Sandwich, Egg Sandwich, or Vegetable Sandwich (items).
    • Milk Shakes (item group):
      • Banana Milk Shake, Salted Caramel Milkshake, or Strawberry Milkshake (items).

2nd example: Drink with ingredient options

  • Gin Tonic (combo):
    • Gins (item group):
      • Bombay Sapphire, Gordons, Hendricks, or Tanqueray (items).
    • Tonics (item group):
      • Tonic Mediterranea, Tonic Grapefruit, or Tonic Aromatic (items).

3rd example: Drink with size options

  • Wine (combo):
    • White wine (item group):
      • White wine bottle or white wine glass (items).

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