How to add quantity breaks
Head to Materials under Global Settings and expand a material item by clicking on it.
Select the Custom Pricing button that appears.
Here, you can see the different pricing levels we set up earlier.
Under the 1+ column, the Standard Price is $225.49. This is the unit charge that you set up in the material item information. The 1+ represents the fact that when a customer buys one or more packs of Silver Brazing Sticks, they will pay $225.49 per pack.
Now, let’s look at quantity break discounts. Click on New Quantity Break and enter a number.
We've put in 5, meaning that when a customer buys 5 or more packs of the Silver Brazing Sticks, they will pay a discounted price.
Step 4Enter the discounted price for this quantity break here.
You can add further quantity breaks.
For example, if we add a quantity break of 10+ here, we’ve now got 3 levels of quantity breaks.
Customers will pay a different unit price if they buy 1-4 packs, versus 5-9 packs, versus 10 or more packs
Step 6Quantity break discounts can also be used in combination with pricing level discounts, so you might end up with a pricing structure that looks something like this:
Step 7Let's create a sale to see these quantity breaks in action.
Here, you can see that when we enter a quantity of 5, the unit price changes due to the quantity break. If we also apply the Gold Discount, this unit price updates again.
Posted: Fri 09 Dec 2022