|Tiered pricing allows sellers to offer their items at different prices depending on the quantity that a buyer purchases. For example, a seller may sell a part at 10 cents if the buyer only buys one, but would sell it at 8 cents if the buyer buys 100 or more. You (the seller) can specify for every item in your inventory the quantity and price break for every level of the discount (up to 3 levels).|
Price Each: $0.10
If the buyer buys quantity 100 or more, price is $0.09 each
If the buyer buys quantity 250 or more, price is $0.08 each
If the buyer buys quantity 500 or more, price is $0.07 each
In this example the seller is using all 3 tiered pricing levels.
Price Each: $100.00
If the buyer buys quantity 2 or more, price is $75.00 each
In this example the seller is using only 1 tiered pricing level.
If the seller puts an item on sale that has tiered pricing on it, the additional discount prices will also be put on sale so an item that looks like this:
will look like this after the seller puts this item on a 50% off sale:
There are several restrictions on what you can enter in these fields:
|Removing Tiered Pricing:|
|Enter 0 in all of the Tiered quantity and price boxes on your inventory detail screen to remove the discount(s).|
|Setting Tiered Pricing on Inventory Summary Screen:|
On your My Inventory summary screen, you have an option to set tiered pricing for all items in your inventory or only those items you specify depending on the criteria you select. There are a few differences when updating your tiered pricing here as opposed to other places on the site as described below: