Post by hudds-phil » Sat Mar 03, 2018 1:22 am

I'm looking for a way to show a minimum price until the item price meets or exceeds this.
example:
Sticker item price is £0.20pence, if customer orders 50 stickers the minimum price would be £20.00, if customer orders 100 stickers price would be £20.00, if customer orders 150 stickers price would be £30.00 and so on.
Is there a setting in OC, a mod for this or some code?

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Post by IP_CAM » Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:08 am

Well, just check here for such, and it may requires a little imagination too,
to use something existing, but not exactly matching by default.
Good Luck ;)
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Post by hudds-phil » Sat Mar 03, 2018 8:47 pm

thank IP_CAM, sorry I don't think discount is what I'm wanting.
I'm wanting the minimum price to be set at say £20.00 which is equal say 100 items. So customer selects quantity of 20 items the price would be £20.00, customer selects quantity 100 items then minimum price met, quantity above 100 then priced at 0.20 per item
If discount is the only way to go, Ive no idea where to start with that or achieve the results I'm wanting. Any ideas on how to do that?
I want the price to show as the minimum fixed price on the product/item page until they reach the minimum quantity then the price changes to reflect the actual item price.

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