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Group 2 existing sku's together as one 'set' and sell them at one price together that is less than each of them sold separately.

Example: X is $20 and Y is $30. Buy Z (both X +Y) for $40.

Need separate product page for combo product.

Please help me to achieve this functionality.

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I think I have found my answer.. It is possible with default magento itself. So, Step 1: I have created one group product(Made it enabled and in stock). Step 2: Added associated product(All the product should be enabled and in stock) Step 3: Now need to create the shopping cart price rule to give discount . I have used sku to apply shopping cart price rule. So I have created rule like this:

If ALL  of these conditions are TRUE :

    If an item is FOUND  in the cart with ALL  of these conditions true:
        SKU  is  Test 12 

    If an item is FOUND  in the cart with ALL  of these conditions true:
        SKU  is  Test 13 

Step 4: Now need to give action, means need to set the discount price.

So the rule will be if both the product exist in the cart the discount will be applied.

Step 5: So the functionality is all set,Now need to do some modification about how you r going to display to the customer that there is an offer if purchase that two product combinedly.

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"Bundle Product" is what you want.

http://docs.magento.com/m1/ce/user_guide/catalog/product-bundle.html

Edit:

To achieve a lower price on the bundle, you can set a "fixed" price for it, which can be less than the sum of the two bundled items.

Fixed bundle price

Or, select the "dynamic" price option and put X % in the "Special Price" field. This will make the price of the bundle X % of the sum of the two bundled items.

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  • If I go with the bundle product, I will be not able to get the functionality. Because when u bundle the product the price will be increase with selecting the product. – Kausik Dey Mar 3 '17 at 7:30
  • I have edited my answer in response to your comment. – Tim Cieplowski Mar 3 '17 at 14:04

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