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WHMCS API: How to override domain price?


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When you do a call to WHMCS, you can override prices for products:


"priceoverride[0]" = 333;


However, this does not work for domains. The documentation states:


"priceoverride - allows you to pass in a custom price override for the product (domains are not products)"


So, how is one supposed to override the domain price. I have certain "premium domains" that cost most than normal domains and I need to be able to include them on an order with their own price.


Therefore... this wont work:

- Creating an invoice for the domain only means there will be two invoices

- Merging the invoices without sending them sounds like a lot of effort for a field that should just be supported for domains as well


How can I get around this?

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