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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 2, 2019

Quantity Tiers to honor steps appropriately

Today For SKU 1234, When Qty Tiers are defined

From Qty To Qty Price
1 10 100
11 50 90
51 unlimited 85

In a Quote/Order

SKU 1234 Qty: 55 is priced as  — Unit price 85 —> 85 X 55 

It looks like the Pricing API program is using the lowest price to price all the units. This is what Item Quantity Pricing Rule is supposed to do. And the rule does it well.

The Pricing API should price the above 12 units as follows:

First 10 —> 100X 10

Second 40 —> 90 X 40

Third 5—> 85 X 5

To honor the tiered pricing.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
How will this idea be used?

To price the products in a tiered pricing model