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Creating a Bundle Product
The following instructions take you through the process of creating a bundle product with the basic fields. Each required field is marked with a red asterisk (*). After you complete the required settings and save the product, you can complete the remaining Product Information as needed.
|1.||On the Admin menu, select Catalog > Manage Products. Then, click the Add Product button.|
|2.||In the Create Product Settings section, select the Attribute Set for the product.|
|3.||In the Create Product Settings section, do the following:|
|a.||Accept the “default” Attribute Set, or select another.|
|b.||Set Product Type to “Bundle Product.” Then, click the Continue button.|
|1.||Complete the product information as you would for a simple product, with the exception of the following:|
|a.||On the General tab, set both the SKU and Weight fields to one of the following:|
If using a fixed SKU or Weight, enter the actual value in the field to the right.
|b.||On the Prices tab, set Price to one of the following:|
If using a fixed price, enter the actual value in the field to the right.
Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) is not available for Bundle products with dynamic pricing.
|c.||Then, set Price View to one of the following:|
|2.||Click the Save and Continue Edit button.|
|1.||In the Product Information panel on the left, select the last option, Bundle Items.|
|2.||Then in the Shipment section, set Ship Bundle Items to one of the following:|
|3.||In the Bundle Items section, click the Add New Option button.|
|4.||In the Default Title box, enter a label for the bundle item, as you want it to appear on the Customize Product page. Then, do the following:|
|a.||Set Input Type to one of the following:|
- Radio Buttons
- Multiple Select
|b.||Set Is Required as needed.|
|c.||In the Position field, enter the order that you want this item listed in relation to other items included in the bundle.|
|5.||Click the Add Selection button. Then, do the following:|
|a.||Click the Reset Filter button to display the unfiltered list of products.|
|b.||Select the checkbox of each product that you want to include in this item.|
|c.||In the Qty to Add column, enter the quantity of each item to be included.|
|6.||Click the Add Selected Product(s) to Option button. When the items appear in the Bundle Items list, do the following:|
|a.||Set User Defined Qty to one of the following:|
Displays an input box so the customer can change the quantity.
Prevents the customer from changing the default quantity.
|b.||Enter a number in the Position column of each item to determine its place in relation to other items.|
|c.||To make an item the default selection, select the Default option of the item to be pre-selected in the form.|
|7.||Repeat steps 3-7 for each bundle item you want to include.|
|8.||When complete, click the Save button to save the bundle product.|
Determines if each item is assigned a variable, dynamic SKU, or if a fixed SKU is used for the bundle. Options include: Fixed / Dynamic.
Determines if the product price is shown as a range, from the least expensive to the most expensive (Price Range), or with the least expensive shown (As Low As). Options include: Price Range / As Low As.
Ship Bundle Items
Things to Remember
A bundle is a “build your own” product.
Bundle items can be simple or virtual products without custom options.
The Price View can be set to a price range or “As Low As.”
SKU and Weight can be either “Fixed” or “Dynamic.”
The Quantity can be set to a pre-set or user-defined value.
Items can be shipped together or separately.