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Tier Price

The information on this page is intended for Adobe Commerce 2.3 customers who are on an extended support contract. The Adobe Commerce Merchant Documentation for current releases is published on the Adobe Experience League.

Tier pricing lets you offer a quantity discount from a product listing or product page in the storefront. The discount can be applied to a specific store view or customer group or shared catalog.

If you have many products to update, it is most efficient to import the tier price changes, rather than enter them individually. For more information, see Importing Tier Prices.

Tier Price on Storefront Product Page

The product page calculates the quantity discount and displays a message such as:

Buy 6 for $5.95 each and save 15%

The prices in the storefront take precedence from the highest to the lowest quantity. Therefore, if you have a tier for the quantity 5 and one for the quantity 10, and a customer adds 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 items to the shopping cart, the customer receives the discounted price that you specified for the quantity 5 tier. As soon as the customer adds the 10th item, the discounted price specified for the quantity 10 tier supersedes the tier for a quantity of 5, and discounted price for 10 applies.

Add a price tier for a product

  1. Open the product in edit mode.

  2. Below the Price field, click Advanced Pricing.

  3. In the Tier Price section, click Add.

    If you’re creating a tier of several prices, click Add for each additional level, so you can work all tiers at the same time. Each tier in the group has the same website and customer group or shared catalog assignment, but a different quantity and price.

Configure the price tier

  1. If your store has multiple websites, choose the Website for which the tier pricing applies.

  2. If necessary, limit the availability of the pricing tier by selecting the Customer Group or Shared Catalog ().

  3. For Qty, enter the quantity that must be ordered to receive the discount.

    • Method 1: Enter Price as Fixed Amount

      Set Price to Fixed and enter the adjusted price for one unit at that tier.

      Tier Price as a Fixed Amount

    • Method 2: Enter Price as Percentage

      Set Price to Discount and enter the discounted price as a percentage off the base price of the product.

      For example, for a 15 percent discount, enter the number 15. (The price is saved with two decimal positions, such as 15.00.)

      To get the discounted price, the defined percentage is calculated against the value defined in the Price field, not the Special Price field.

    Tier Price as a Percentage

Complete the price configuration

  1. To add another set of tier pricing for a different website or customer group, repeat the previous steps.

  2. When complete, click Done and then Save.