The plugin provides quantity-based discounts coming with many simultaneous functions. Displays a nice-looking pricing table on the product page with instant totals calculation. Let’s set up role-based pricing which could be super helpful for wholesale stores.
Dynamic pricing for WooCommerce products based on product quantityTiered pricing could be super useful for wholesalers and anybody who provides a progressive discount scale depending on the quantity or offers specific prices based on the user’s role.
Tiered Pricing motivates customers to purchase higher quantities to earn a discount.
You can easily set up individual pricing for various quantity ranges, and your customers would be able to see how the price for one item changes depending on the quantity they have chosen.
Main Tiered Pricing Features:
- flat prices or percentage discounts for a certain quantity of products
- role-based pricing (adjust the regular price, sale price, minimum order quantity, tiered pricing)
- minimum order quantity – set a minimum amount of product users can buy.
- realtime price changes depending on the selected amount of the product page
- display summary block with totals or replace product price with the actual or total price on the product page
- a pricing table on the product page with price dependence on quantity
- ability to choose the place where to display the pricing table and summary block on the product page
- the possibility to customize the appearance of the pricing table – accent color, labels, etc.
- automatically applies your theme styles to look natural on every design.
- work properly with variable products, individual table for every variation
- pricing rules are fulfilled regardless of where the user makes the purchase (post\catalog\widgets\etc)
- work with regular WooCommerce import\export and WP All Import
- Built-in pricing string cache for best performance
- Works with WooCommerce Subscriptions
- Works with Product Add-ons
How Tiered Pricing works on the Backend:The plugin configuration is pretty simple; you have just two places to do that.
On the general settings, you can manage:
- static table content (titles, columns text, summary block content, and so on)
- general look (background color, apply CSS classes)
- areas where the table would be placed
- price settings (how to display price range, prefix, show total price)