If you’re using customer selected resources with your WooCommerce Bookings products and those resources have costs then an indication of a price adjustment for those resources is output in the dropdown select.
You can remove those if you would like. There are a couple of ways to do that.
The first approach would be to remove that with a filter. Bookings provides a filter for the form fields called booking_form_fields which can be used to remove that. It is a bit tricky because the text that needs to be removed will be variable. My approach to this is to use a regular expression to match a pattern and replace that pattern with an empty string. Here’s a code snippet that will do this:
The other approach would be to use a template override. Bookings provides a way to override templates in a very similar fashion to the way that WooCommerce does it. You can read more about that here: Template Structure + overriding templates via a theme. The Main difference is that there is a different template override path for Bookings, i.e. wp-content/themes/YOUR-THEME/woocommerce-bookings the default template files can be found in wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-bookings/templates/. It is considered best practice to only override the templates necessary. For this case, the default template is called select.php and can be found in wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-bookings/templates/booking-form/ – again, I will use a regular expression to match and then replace a string of text – effectively removing the price indicator. You can see the edits needed by comparing the default template file to this:
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