The slider element has three different modes for pricing structure. Default pricing, bulk quantity price breaks and sliding scale. Please read below for examples for each.
Between 1 and 10 = $100 (per unit price)
3 Units = $300 total price
4 Units =$400 total price
5 Units= $500 total price
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Between 1 and 5 = $50 (per unit price)
Between 6 and 10 = $45 (per unit price)
Between 11 and 20 = $45 (per unit price)
3 Units = $150 (total price)
8 Units =$360 (total price)
15 Units= $675 (total price)
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Note: In this example, you will see how the more quantity the person purchases, the cheaper per unit it becomes.
Between 1 and 10 = $100 (flat price)
Between 11 and 20 = $200 (flat price)
Between 21 and 30 = $300 (flat price)
3 Units = $100 (total price)
15 Units =$200 (total price)
25 Units= $300 (total price)
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Offering a lower price or a reduced price for multiple purchases will increase the likelihood that customers will want to purchase more to take advantage of the deal from the company.
By offering a lower price per unit for larger orders, you motivate people to buy more. Also known as Buy More Save More.