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Prices varies by Quantity

Thread began 1/13/2011 12:54 pm by kingston.andrew401728 | Last modified 1/14/2011 11:11 am by kingston.andrew401728 | 4516 views | 5 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the specifies depend on how elaborate this is going to be.

will it always have only 3 price breaks? will the breaks always be 1 - 99, 100 - 199 and 200+?

if so, then that's fairly easy, add 2 new columns to the cart lets say we call the, priceB and priceC.

In the add to cart button, the price column will get the initial price: 32, priceB will get the 100 - 199 price: 30 and the priceC column will get the 200+ price: 28

Now in the add top cart button, go to the calculations tab and create a new calculation:
realPrice:

((abs([Quantity] >= 1) && abs([Quantity] <= 99))?[Price]:0)+((abs([Quantity] >= 100) && abs([Quantity] <= 199))?[priceB]:0)+((abs([Quantity] > 200))?[priceC]:0)



you'll then have to edit the total price calculation from:

[Price] * [Quantity]




to:

(((abs([Quantity] >= 1) && abs([Quantity] <= 99))?[Price]:0)+((abs([Quantity] >= 100) && abs([Quantity] <= 199))?[priceB]:0)+((abs([Quantity] > 200))?[priceC]:0)) * [Quantity]




and in the cart, change the code that displays the item price:

php:
<?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($eCart2$eCart2->DisplayInfo("Price")); ?>



to use the realPrice instead:

php:
<?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($eCart2$eCart2->DisplayInfo("realPrice")); ?>



Note, in the code above, eCart2 is the name of my cart object, if yours is differant, you will need to change that.

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