There are four different types of Products:

Good - Physical items that may nor may not require stock quantity. Examples include things like a chalk bag, or climbing shoes.

Service - A membership item, that membership plans are attached to. For example you could have a Monthly Membership service product, with a $20 Monthly Plan, and a $30 Monthly Plan attached to it. Service products must be synced with Stripe.

Gift Card - A type of coupon that a member can purchase, which can be redeemed by another member.

Punch Card - A temporary membership based on a maximum number of allowed visits.


A product setup as a Good, can have optional variants as part of it. For example you may sell T-Shirts, in multiple sizes, which have different price points. Once a product has variants setup, a new field will become available when the product is selected when creating an invoice.


When creating a product you have a number of options to configure.

  • Title - The title of the product.

  • Description - The description of the product.

  • Product Type - The type of product, based on the (4) outlined above.

  • Price - The price in dollars and cents.

  • Quantity - The current quantity on hand for in stock items.

  • In Stock - Is the item in stock?

  • Tax Exempt - Set the product to be exempt from being taxed.

  • Product Image - An image for the product.

  • Variants - A variation of pricing as outlined in the variants above.

  • Stripe Sync - Should this product be synced to Stripe?