i'm looking for a specific way to solve a cart price rule condition. The resultion action itself is not relevant and already solved in my case.
I have different product types, specified by an attribute. lets call them Type X and Z
Goal: If the subtotal of all items with attribute X is greater then 200,00, then apply rule
So far i could only find:
- If amount of all X items is...
- If price in cart of one item is...
- If subtotal of cart is...
None of these and combinations of them solve the problem.
Position 1: Item SKU 123, Type X, Amount 2, Price: 50,00 -> Subtotal of 100
Position 2: Item SKU 124, Type X, Amount 100, Price: 0,50 -> Subtotal of 50
Position 3: Item SKU 889, Type Z, Amount 1, Price: 1500,00 -> Subtotal of 1500
In this case the rule should not apply since the total of the X items are only 150,00.
Increasing the amount of Position 1 or 2, could activate the rule, if the subtotal reaches atleast 200,00
The amount of the Type X items is useless to determine the price.
The price of one item in the cart is useless if there are multiple items of Type x
The subtotal of the cart is useless since other items, likeType Z, are to be ignored
Long story short: Any possible core feature way to solve this? Or does this need an extansion?