## Setting Bulk and Tiered Pricing

Bulk pricing calculates the price of a product based on the total quantity ordered. In the following example, hammers are priced at \$20 each when you buy 1 to 10 hammers, \$17 each when you buy more then 11 to 20 hammers, and \$15 each when you buy 21 or more hammers.

Number of hammers purchased

Bulk Price per item

Bulk Price Total

7 hammers

7 hammers @ \$20 each

\$140

14 hammers

14 hammers @ \$17 each

\$238

23 hammers

23 hammers @ \$15 each

\$345

Tiered pricing calculates the price of a product using fixed quantity or weight at different pricing levels. In the following example, hammers are priced at \$20 for the first 10 purchased, \$17 each for the next 10 purchased, and \$15 each for any additional hammers.

Number of hammers purchased

Tiered Price per item

Tiered Price Total

7 hammers

7 hammers @ \$20 each

\$140

15 hammers

10 hammers @ \$20 each
5 hammers @ \$17 each

\$285

23 hammers

10 hammers @ \$20 each
10 hammers @ \$17 each
3 hammers @ \$15 each

\$415

##### Viewing Volume Pricing

Follow these steps to use the ACC to view the volume pricing set for a SKU in a price list.

1. Select a price field that is set for Volume Pricing.

2. Right-click on the field and select View Volume Price from the menu. The Volume Pricing box opens.

3. Click on Dismiss to close the Volume Pricing box. See the Setting Volume Pricing section for information on how to edit the information in this box.

##### Setting Volume Pricing

Follow these steps to use the ACC to set or edit the volume price of a SKU in a price list.

1. Select a price field in a price list.

2. Right-click on the field and select Set/Edit Volume Price from the menu. The Volume Pricing box opens.

3. Select Bulk or Tiered from the Pricing Method area at the bottom of the box.

4. Enter the quantities and prices of the pricing scheme in the columns provided. Use the Add and Remove buttons for adding and removing rows.

5. Click on OK.