Price breaks by quantity
Add the ability to set pricing based on quantity sold. Example:
If I sell one item the price is $10 / item, if I sell 10 of these items the price become $8 / item.
It is now possible to create Quantity-based Price Lists for items.
Please navigate to Price List creation page → select “Enter the rate individually for each item” option in Item Rate → click “Volume Pricing” in Pricing Scheme. (Refer the screenshot attached)
The Start Quantity and End Quantity will denote the range of item quantity and you can assign the Custom Rate per item for each range. A maximum of 10 ranges can be added for each item.
Once the price list is created and applied for transactions, the line items will acquire the custom rate based on the quantity entered.
Please do write to email@example.com for any further queries.
Aditya Vyavahare commented
Now a days its become very common feature. We really need this.
pls implement it. its critical for printing industry. we are looking at alternate cloud based billing softwares since this feature is missing.
Please add this feature!! It’s essential to our business!!! I can’t believe you guys don’t have it!!
Will this ever be a reality???
This is an essential feature and needs to be both on selling and purchasing side
Bakari Kamau commented
Please integrate this pricing model. I work in the printing industry and this is by far the most common pricing structure. Without it, I have to price items by manually calculating the rate per piece -- highly inefficient and error prone.
allowing quantities in a range to have designated price levels would be very helpful. That would accommodate volume pricing. We would need it in actual prices not a %markup or %markdown. For example, 1-3 = $10/unit, 4-10=$8/unit, 11-25=$7/unit.
Mike Foody commented
I would like to add not only have it by a specific dollar amount but also by a discount percentage. Buy 20 items and get X% off, buy 100 items and get this X% off.
Has this been resolved yet??
This should be standard and already integrated. It's not simply important, it's utterly vital for a wholesale supplier or anyone involved in selling quantities of any item.
The printing industry, one of the largest on the planet uses price breaks from top to bottom.
This is a massive massive oversight, and a bit of a slight on what Zoho had to offer prior to me discovering this gaping flaw in the product.