Tiered pricing allows you to set different prices on an item depending on how many units are ordered. This is typically used to encourage customers to purchase larger quantities to take advantage of discounts.
For example, say you’re selling vitamin supplements. You can sell each bottle of vitamins for $12.00. However, you can offer a lower price of $10.00 per bottle if customers purchase 25 or more.
Tiered pricing can be configured in the PIM. You must set at least two different price tiers and the quantity levels for which the prices apply.
Note that the quantity entered will be used as the minimum quantity needed to use the corresponding price tier. In the example below, $12.00 will be applied to orders for 1-24 units; $10.00 will be used for 25-99 units; $8.00 will be used for 100 or more units.
Alternatively, you may enter these price tiers by entering the value below. Note that price tiers are separated by commas. Within each tier, you must specify the minimum units and the price for the tier: