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Free Product in sales order

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abdelwahed chiheb
on 5/6/13, 6:34 PM 1,161 views

I want to give customer some free products when they purchase more products.

This needs to properly reflect in stock and invoice.

What could be the best way to implement this ?

Consider buying 2 products with one more same product as free, hence totally 3 same products.Invoice only need to rate 2 products, while stock count needs to reflect 3.

During sales order, i need to be able to choose between free and priced products.Again invoice needs to rate 2 products.

Can you discount the products to reflect the free unit(s)?

Buy 3, pay for 2 is a 33.33% discount on each product.

This moves 3 units from inventory, but only charges the customer the same price as two full priced units. Or, add two items on the first line with the regular price, then add the free item on the next line and override the price to 0.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 5/6/13, 8:14 PM
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Sudhir Arya (SA)
On 5/7/13, 2:06 AM

In that case create one Sale Order Line for Product which customer is buying.

Now create another Sale Order Line for Free Product and change it's Unit Price 0.

Then go with your normal process and create invoice. Free Product with Price 0 will not effect the invoice.

Hope this will help you.

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