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How to Easily Setup a Promotion Where One Buys 6 Items Get 1 Item Free, Buy 12 Items Get 2 Items Free, Buy 65 Items Get 10 Items Free (Doc ID 2012889.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Promotion
Promotional Goods
BOGO
by Multipler

Goal

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How can one setup a modifier that provides free get quantity based on the following business requirements?
If customer buy 6 quantity of x product then he/she will get 1 item y free
similarly if customer buys 12 quantity then he/she will get 2 item y free
and if customer buy 65 quantity of x product then he/she will get 10 item y free


One would like to have a setup that is not resource intensive whereas it requires many ranges to be entered to
account for the buy items. For example does not want to have to enter buy   from 1 to 6 get 1 item free, buy 7 to 12 get 2 items free, etc.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Setup Needed:
 1) Create the modifier header record
 2) Enter a record under the modifiers summary tab For Buy Item
 3) Select the Define Details Button to define the “get item” details.
 Test on Sales Order Lines with Various Ordered Quantities
 Enter buy item with quantity = 6, get a new line with get item for quantity = 1
 Enter buy item with quantity = 12, get a new line with get item for quantity = 2
 Enter buy item with quantity = 15, get a new line with get item for quantity = 2
 Enter buy item with quantity = 67, get a new line with get item for quantity = 10
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