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price range related user defined quantity

  1. Hello
    After user select the quantity of product, i want to change price like these

    if quatity is 1, price =:A
    if quantity range in 2-3, price = B
    if quantity range in 4-6, price = C
    if quantity range in 7-10, price = D
    if quantity is greater than 10, price = E

    I can use multiple step form to do this, or normal form. doesnt matter.

    How can i do?

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday December 13, 2012 | Permalink
  2. I can't think of any way to do this other than with conditional logic. You could ask the visitor how many they will be purchasing, in a drop down, and then based on their drop down choice, you show a different product. It's actually the same product, but has different pricing based on the quantity.

    You might also be able to do it with a calculation field and a discount, but I have not worked out in my head how to do that.

    Gravity Forms was not designed to be a full cart or ecommerce solution and as such does not support quantity price breaks like this.

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday December 13, 2012 | Permalink
  3. I did it. nice but still have a problem.
    Visitor tell the quantity in a drop down. Price changes by this entry. But total calculate is just price. It ignores the quantity in calculation. I tried this solutions but everyone has got a different problem...

    1-I try to define quantity area in the product as quantity value from drop down menu. But it didnt work.

    2-I add an extra quantity input. It takes default value from quantity value in drop down menu. But visitors can change this value. Its a big problem. (is there any disable possiblity by using css?)

    3-I tried to give total price to product directly multiplying by quantity. It works But Also i use coupon for gravity forms. After apply coupon, if visitor change the quantity, price changes and coupon doesnt reset. So discount cant apply!

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday December 13, 2012 | Permalink
  4. What coupon functionality are you using?

    As I mentioned before, Gravity Forms is not intended to be a shopping cart of commerce solution. It may not be possible without programming to accomplish what you're trying to accomplish.

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday December 13, 2012 | Permalink