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I'm trying to create this cart rules without real success. I will need some help.

1/ Buy x + y get $50 off This means that you can buy 2x + 2y and get $100 off Or buy 2x + 1y and get $50 off...

2/ Buy x + y + z get $75 off If you remove z from the cart, the rule 1 should apply This means that you can buy 2x + 2y + 2z and get $150 off and the rule 1 shouldn't be applied If you buy 2x + 2y + 1z you should get $125 off ($50 from rule 1 + $75 from rule 2)

Thank you

  • Can anyone help? At least for #1? Thanks – Bractar Apr 28 '14 at 23:42
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the question was about this particular case. And the answer doesn't really help

Conditions If ALL of these conditions are TRUE : If total quantity greater than 0 for a subselection of items in cart matching ALL of these conditions: SKU is x

If total quantity greater than 0 for a subselection of items in cart matching ALL of these conditions: SKU is y

This will remove $50 for each of these items in the cart. Let's say 2x and 1y. I get a discount of $150 instead of $50

Thanks

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  • Have it take the $50 off the cart not the items. – psatek May 2 '14 at 13:51
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You should be able to add a shopping cart price rule and under the conditions part use "If ALL of these conditions are TRUE" and for the conditions put total quantity for sku x is greater than 0 and another one for sku y Then add the discount to the actions part of the shopping cart price rule.

I hope this makes sense.

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I created a rule for each case (x+y, x+z, y+z...) Not very optimized but at least it worked

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