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fasluca
2017/6/29 上午1:31

You can use Odoo Pricelists for archiving this.
First, go to  Sales Configuration (Sales>Configuration>Settings>) and select advanced pricing.



Then create a new price list from Sales>Configuration>Pricelists



Select the pricelist on Sale Order.

Hope this will help you

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Intermoda
2018/8/24 上午3:56

Hello,

any luck on finding a solution for this? Jose, Rob, Marteen?

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Rob Henderson
2018/9/4 上午11:17

No yet for me . . .

I've another use case too . . . In a physical shop I sell a product for €14.50, or 2 for €25. The products can be any 2 items from the (€14.50) category of T-Shirts & Tops. My old shop cash register can handle this . . . can odoo?

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Any luck finding a solution to this?? have exactly the same issue.


Does anyone know someone who could maybe write a custom module to do this?

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Nathan Hewett
2018/11/15 上午9:54

Hello-

I'm not quite sure that I'm following exactly what you need, but I have an idea. You would still use pricelists to complete this action. One thing you'll have to keep in mind is that pricelists look/act different depending on the version you're using. It looks like the screenshots above are from v12, and I use v11. 

What I would try, is going to the price lists (in v11: sales > pricelists). I believe your discounts are applied to anyone purchasing large quantities, so I would open the "public pricelist," edit it, and add a line. When you're adding a line, you're able to select that you want to add product variants.

The above route would allow you to discount single variants (ex: purchasing product A variant A for $10, but discounted to $8 if purchasing more than 10 of them). If you also want to discount across multiple different variants, you could create another rule within the same pricelist for the product (instead of the product variant). In this case, you could say 10% discount for any variant of product A if purchasing more than 10 total. 

Hopefully this helps!

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Maarten Bakker
2017/6/9 上午10:23

HI José,


How are you doing? I have exactly the same problem. I wonder if you already found a solution. I have a product, which is a t shirt. It has a lot of colors and sizes (variants). But I want to give a discount for the total amount of this shirt sold in 1 sales order.


Best regards, Maarten

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Rob Henderson
2018/1/15 下午5:55

I am also looking for a solution to exactly the same problem.

For Sales Order and Quotations of large quantities of T-Shirts, I need to find a way to create pricing rules which apply to the total quantity of items, not each individual line. To update each individual line manually is not efficient when dealing with many multiple lines of variant, e.g., T-Shirts and other types of apparel,multiplied by various colours, multiplied by 5 or 6 sizes, multiplied by each different design or other combinations of individual line items.

Any help appreciated in setting up a system to apply price breaks for each product based on the total order quantity, not each individual line, would be much appreciated.

 

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