Bulk Quantity Discounts
& Sliding Scale Pricing

Everything to know about this feature

Introduction

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.

Table of Contents

What does it look like?

Backend:

Frontend:

1. Default Pricing

Between 1 and 10 = $100 (per unit price)

Example

     3 Units = $300 total price
     4 Units =$400 total price
     5 Units= $500 total price

How to use -> https://prnt.sc/10ucyev

2. Bulk Quantity Discounts

Between 1 and 5 = $50 (per unit price)
Between 6 and 10 = $45 (per unit price)
Between 11 and 20 = $45 (per unit price) 

 Example

     3 Units = $150 (total price)
     8 Units =$360 (total price)
     15 Units= $675 (total price)

How to use -> https://prnt.sc/10ud4zj

Note: In this example, you will see how the more quantity the person purchases, the cheaper per unit it becomes.

3. Sliding Scale

Between 1 and 10 = $100 (flat price)
Between 11 and 20 = $200 (flat price) 
Between 21 and 30 = $300 (flat price)

Example

     3 Units = $100 (total price)
     15 Units =$200 (total price)
     25 Units= $300 (total price)

How to use -> https://prnt.sc/10ud9yq

In this example, you will see how the more quantity the person purchases, the cheaper per unit it becomes for him.

What are some Use Cases?

1. Increased Sales

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.

2. Motivating customers to buy more items

By offering a lower price per unit for larger orders, you motivate people to buy more. Also known as Buy More Save More.