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Group Price

A discounted price on any product can be extended to members of a specific customer group, provided they shop while logged in to their accounts. The discounted price appears on the product page with the regular price noted below, and replaces the regular price in the shopping cartA grouping of products that the customer wishes to purchase at the end of their shopping session..

Customer group prices are a component of tier pricing, and are set up in a similar way. The only difference is that customer group prices have a quantity of 1.

Customer Group Discount

To set up a group price:

1. Open the product in edit mode. Then below the Price field, click Advanced Pricing.
2. In the Customer Group Price section, tap  Add . Then, do the following:

Group Price
a. For a multisite installation, choose the Website where the group price applies.
b. Choose the Customer Group that is to receive the discount.
c. Enter a Quantity of 1.
d. Under Price, do one of the following:
  • Choose Fixed. Then, enter the discounted product price.
  • Choose Discount. Then, enter the discounted price as a percentage of the product price.
    The following example extends a 10% discount to members of the General customer group who are logged in to their customer accounts.

10% Discount Customer Group Price
3. To add another group price, tap  Add , and repeat these steps.
4. When complete, tap  Done . Then, tap Save.

Group Price in Shopping Cart