What is Bulk Discounts by Intervals?
Bulk Discounts by Intervals is a type of bulk discount that lets you give bulk discounts to your customers, based on your defined minimum and maximum values, over one or more steps.
If the quantity ordered is between a minimum or a maximum value, then the discount specified will be applied. It helps define the intervals in which discount types can be applied, for example, if the client purchase between the intervals of 5-10 he gets a 10% discount, or 10$ off, or a free gift. If he buys between intervals of 10-20, he gets 15% off (percentage), or 20$ off (fixed amount), or 2 free gifts (give N for free).
Bulk Discounts by Intervals Example
In the example below, the store offers a fixed product price for a bulk quantity of 1 to 99, and another for 100 and beyond.
The Quantity Based Pricing field of the product is the field that is used to set up the intervals for the discount.
As shown in the image above, the pricing table depicts the intervals in which the discount will be applied.
Bulk Discounts by Intervals for More than One Product
You may need to set up bulk discounts for more than one product. To achieve this, you will need to use the Product List feature, to create the list of products that the discount will reflect on (Click here for a tutorial on how to do that).
Example: Bulk Discounts by Intervals for More than One Product
For example, if a customer orders between 12 and 50 items from the Hoodset product list, give a fixed discount of $25 off the subtotal.
After setting up the product list, follow these steps:
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3 thoughts on “How to Set up Bulk Discounts by Intervals”
How can i show the pricing table for the interval discounts where I want ?
Is there a shortcode or something similar ?
Hi Roland, there is no shortcode but you can call the get_quantity_pricing_tables method in the WAD_UI_Builder class on a product page to have access to the pricing table so that you can display it wherever you want.
Thanks for your answer.
I use Woody Snippet to add PHP code in my Product Template (build with Elementor).
I just add get_quantity_pricing_tables(); and it dosesn’t work.
Do i had some other call before ?
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