(NOTE: This is a beta feature. Please contact Abacus to try this feature.)

You can create "rules" for the price of your product variants. Here are two examples: 

  1. First 3 options are free, subsequent ones are $2 each
  2. Buy two, get one free

NOTE: If you are using Product Variant Rules and you have ticked Include Quantity (for your Product Variant), you must also tick Do not consolidate (for your Product Variant).

First 3 options are free, subsequent ones are $2 each

Let's say you sell pizzas, with 10 total topping options (10 product variant values). Customers can select any 3 toppings for free, but any subsequent ones are $2 each.

This is how you would set it up:

1. As per the usual procedure, create a Product Variant Group, (e.g. "Toppings").

2. Create your Product Variant Values, (e.g. "Ham", "Eggplant", "Cheese" etc.). 

3. Add your  Product (e.g. "Pizza")

4. Click New Rule

5. Enter the Minimum Quantity as 1

6. Enter the Maximum Quantity as

7. Set the Discount Type as Discount Percent

8. Change the Value to 100. This means that there is a 100% discount for the first three selections that your customers makes (free).

9. Click New Rule

10. Enter the Minimum Quantity as 4

11. Enter the Maximum Quantity as 10

12. Set the Discount Type as Fixed Value

13. Change the Value to 3. This means that every selection, from the 4th one to the 10th one, will cost $3 each.

14. Save.

15. On your POS, sync all products and extras.

You're done! You may wish to create a test order to verify that the rule is working the way you expect it to.

Buy two, get one free

Let's create a rule where the customer can get 2 toppings for $2 each, and the third one will be free.

1. Create a Product Variant Group.

2. Create your Product Variant Values.

3. Add your Product

4. Click New Rule

5. Enter the Minimum Quantity as 1

6. Enter the Maximum Quantity as 2

7. Set the Discount Type as Fixed Value

8. Set the Value as 2. This means that the first two product variants requested will cost $2 each. 

9. Click New Rule

10. Enter the Minimum Quantity as 3

11. Enter the Maximum Quantity as 3

12. Set the Discount Type as a Discount Percent

13. Set the Value as 100. This means that the third product variant selected will be free.
Note: If the customer orders a fourth product variant, that will be outside of the rule. Its original price will be applied. Consider creating more rules for subsequent selections, or set a overall Maximum Selection limit.

14.  Save.

15. On your POS,  sync all products and extras.

You're done! You may wish to create a test order to verify that the rule is working the way you expect it to.

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