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  • Volume Pricing on Variants?

    I'll take the blame if I thought there was a function for this. I finally have a case scenario to roll this out and I don't see it addressed in the docs. I am hoping I missed it.
    ( I didn't see a result in a forum search. )

    I have a few products that each have different pricing per option. Simple Example: a mattress product where size is the option; a Twin mattress is differently priced from the King size mattress.

    If there isn't a way, it looks like I'll need to use CTGY and product list display. This is fine and the work is simple enough. But it looks like there will be plenty of extra work. These current 3 products with an average of 10 options per will turn into needing to create roughly 30 products where I can configure the volume pricing for each of those products separately.

    Thanks,

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  • Volume pricing works at the variant level. You just need to make sure you assign the variants to the price group then enter in the volume pricing data for each variant.

    The missing piece is going to be showing the updated volume pricing table as the customer changes the variant. You're going to need to create your own javascript call to pull in the volume pricing table for each variant using something like this:

    https://docs.miva.com/code-samples/l...variant-change
    Brennan Heyde
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    • Originally posted by Brennan View Post
      Volume pricing works at the variant level. You just need to make sure you assign the variants to the price group then enter in the volume pricing data for each variant.

      The missing piece is going to be showing the updated volume pricing table as the customer changes the variant. You're going to need to create your own javascript call to pull in the volume pricing table for each variant using something like this:

      https://docs.miva.com/code-samples/l...variant-change
      I'm wondering why this javascript isn't something already included. Inventory Variants have been around for a while now. Built-in Volume Pricing isn't all that new anymore either. This could frustrate the Average Joe Storeowner.
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