Custom Pricing has a module called Quantity Breaks, which allows you to offer quantity-based discounts to your customers. These discounts apply based on how many products your customers purchase.
You can create various quantity discounts based on customer tags, or use Quantity Breaks exclusively to offer these discounts to all of your customers.
You can apply these discounts across multiple groups of products, or offer them on a single group of items.
Custom Pricing displays a widget on your product pages that outline your quantity discounts. This widget shows on each product that has an associated Quantity Break discount.
Below is an example of a product that has a quantity discount applied:
Your customers automatically receive a discount when they add the required number of products to their cart. The grid can also be customized to fit your theme.
When the Quantity Breaks plan is enabled in Custom Pricing, products that are applied into price groups can be discounted in one of three different ways:
- Apply Customer Quantity Pricing per individual variants - Customers need to purchase multiples of the exact same variant in order to receive a quantity-based discount. Example: 5 large-size red shirts.
- Apply Customer Quantity Pricing per product - Customers need to purchase multiples of the same product in order to receive a quantity-based discount. Example: 5 red shirts.
- Mix & Match - Customers can purchase multiples of any products with the same mix & match label to receive a quantity-based discount. Example: 2 products from Group A, and 3 products from Group B that both use the "GOLD-STATUS" mix & match label.
Products can receive quantity break discounts via percentage off, dollar amount off, or a new fixed price on a specific product.
To best suit your store's needs, Custom Pricing offers 3 different methods with how it discounts your products. Each of these methods offer various benefits and limitations; depending on how they interact with your store.
By default the product discounts in Detailed Pricing override the discounts set for that product in price groups and default pricing.
If you have a discount of 10% off in a price group, and 15% off set in detailed pricing, the 15% off discount will overrule the discount set in the price group.