That depends on you. For me it’s been a win in terms of revenue, but it all depends on how you put them together.
I’ve noticed because it defaults to your middle package (higher priced) there are a set of buyers who just order that, rather than try to figure out if the cheaper basic package would work for them.
It’s easy. In my case my “Standard” package includes music with the voice over. About a third of my buyers order that, then tell me they don’t want/need the music. So they paid me an extra $5 because for THEM, saving $5 to figure out if the cheaper package might work wasn’t worth their time.
My Standard package gave them everything they need (and more), so they just say “I’ll take that, minus this one thing” and that’s easier than going to “Basic” and figuring out what to add.
All to say, it was an easy way for me to add hundreds to my monthly income, and the buyers are still getting great value overall. Your mileage may vary.
I also think from a marketing POV it’s a win. Many people like the mid level pricing/package deal with selecting among three options. They don’t want the most expensive, but they often don’t want cheap either. So if your Standard package is well constructed, it’s an easy option for them to select.
Be sure the Standard one is profitable for you… and a good value for them. It won’t work for everybody, but Fiverr prefers we use them.