I would like a shopping cart rule that allows the customer to buy one product at regular price and the second one at $5 discount. BUT I only want this to happen in groups of two. For example: One is $15, two is $25, three is $40, four is $50, five is 65, six is $75, and so on. These are simple products. My current rule is set at a discount of 16.659% on all products which is making one $15, two $25, three $37.50, four $50, five $62.51, six $75.01, and so on. Is there a way to do it the way I really want?

Rule I'm using is:

If ALL of these conditions are TRUE :If total quantity equals or greater than 2 for a subselection of items in cart matching ALL of these conditions: SKU is one of TXTTS01,TXTTS02,TXTTS03,TXTTS0... .

closed as too broad by Marius Apr 29 '15 at 7:05

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  • That's what I initially thought, but unless I'm missing something, tier pricing is for the same product???? I want to use this across SKUs. – Rose Dec 15 '14 at 15:16

What you want is Tier Pricing. Refer to http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/how-do-i-use-tier-pricing


There are 3rd party extensions for Cross-Products tier stuff. In Magento even simples of a configurable have their own tier-counter.

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