PayPal discounted payments

I am working on a website for a sports club. I am using paypal to accept payments. Registration for the  first child is $150, second is $130 and 3 or more is $110 each. Can I do this in paypal? Thanks
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Brad GrouxSenior Manager (Wintel Engineering)Commented:
Yes, from the shopping card software and/or website just create three different links and/or price entries for PayPal.

Example, drop box and/or buttons:
$150 - 1 Child
$260 - 2 Children
$330 - 3 Children

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GaryCommented:
Are you using PayPal for your "inventory" or sending the payment amount to PayPal?
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HidesignAuthor Commented:
I'm just sending the amount paypal. I am going to have a form that collect the registration online and then send to paypal to pay. I was orginally going to have a separate form for each kid, but when I found out about the discounted rate for more than 1 kids, I was thinking that I have to have all the info on one form. I don't have to use paypal if there is better way to do this. Thans
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Brad GrouxSenior Manager (Wintel Engineering)Commented:
What ecommerce solution are you using? Most have PayPal integration and how best to do it would be directly determined by the solution in use.
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HidesignAuthor Commented:
I am using Wordpress to build the site with a paypal plugin. I was not going to use an actual cart but should I since I have the different prices. I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks
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Brad GrouxSenior Manager (Wintel Engineering)Commented:
WP EasyCart is a great WordPress shopping cart plugin that is free and updated and improved frequently - it'll make your life easier.

http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-easycart/
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HidesignAuthor Commented:
Thanks - will check it out. Does it work with paypal. Will I be able to collect all the registration info up front
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HidesignAuthor Commented:
I ended up using formidable forms which let me calculate the amount and pay through paypal. Thanks for you all your suggestions.
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coreybryantCommented:
Are you doing recurring payments?  I would look at the Quantum Gateway - they will handle recurring payments, and all credit information is stored on their servers. The gateway is $8.00, no transaction fee, and has a ton of built in vetting procedures.  

Plus, you can swipe the cards at your location with a their swipe as well and choose to store the credit card numbers.  If their is not an API, let me know so I can add one.  Everything - the discounts, etc will be handled on your side, where it should be.
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HidesignAuthor Commented:
I ended up using a form tool that was the best fit
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