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Giving clients the option to buy multiples of the same image at a discounted rate. (Volume discounts, tiered pricing)

My clients like to buy 4X6s to put in their own greeting cards. I would like to be able to discount the rate for this.

Tiered pricing sales option
For example, the ability for certain collections to automatically adjust the unit price of items according to how many are purchased. (eg 1 to 3 prints = $20 each; 4 or 5 prints = $18 each; more than 5 prints = $ 15 each).

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  • Eric Ruffino PhotographieEric Ruffino Photographie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Include the possibility of a price decrease from a number products.

    Possibility to set the decrease in % after x same products.

    5$ for the product, after 3x same products 10%, and after 6x, more 10%

  • WindShadow Photo StudiosWindShadow Photo Studios commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is becoming a deal breaker for myself, and I am sure I am not the only one. For digital downloads, it drives up my sales. Currently using packages and it is a huge hinderance since it entails a lot of work and delay finally reaching the client. And since it is considered a "Self Fulfilled Product" it's cutting Zen out of their commission on the top tier account. Oh well, I'll keep my cash, guess Zen doesn't want it. Have been promised this feature at the last 3 PhotoPlus Expos I attended.............

  • MikeMike commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Forgive me if this exists, but I did not hear in your webinar that you could customize a print order, so that the buyer could get a discount when ordering a certain quantity of multiple same size prints from one image.

  • TC3 ImageryTC3 Imagery commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    How can this NOT already be an option?
    SOOOO much business is lost to Zenfolio and Zenfolio photographers, because of this.
    Bad enough that it's not already in place, but way worse since it's been suggested here for years.

  • GlennGlenn commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We sell custom greeting cards & grad invites as self-fulfilled products. Our pricing is based on lots of 24. That's 24 cards for $A -or- 48 cards for $B -or- 72 cards for $C. As things are now we have to create a new item in the price list for each quantity/price. Why not the option to select within the item description which quantity/price desired. Predefined quantities and prices - no formula required. I need this yesterday!!!!

  • TerriTerri commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This item has been open for a while, so maybe there are fewer than I'd imagined who think this is would be a positive for sales! Packages are fine but they are limited. If I were to create a separate package for each number of prints of each size, i.e."2 8x10, 3 8x10, 4 8x10, 2 5x7, 3 5x7, 4 5x7", etc., it clutters the the price list to the point of confusion for the customer. And regardless of how many I create, there will be a client who (for instance) wants 11 prints when I only offer a package for 10.

  • MikeMike commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Ditto with Amy, my main interest is in volume discounting for digital photos. However, you actually need a gap in the range. Otherwise, the way Amy has the brackets, buying 6 photos costs less (total) than buying 5 ($125 for 5, $120 for 6). Although not much of a difference there, the problem gets worse as your price drops and volume increases.

  • SAINTE CROIX PHOTOGRAPHYSAINTE CROIX PHOTOGRAPHY commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I see your point and its a good one!

    I set up various packages. Something along the lines of
    "Buy 2 get one free"
    "Buy 10 get 3 free"
    OK, not exactly that (because the maths is wrong!) but hopefully you get the idea. Would be better with your suggestion.

  • CCG Creative StudiosCCG Creative Studios commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    EDIT (wish I could edit a previous reply)... I do understand that packages offer the ability to discount an item at a quantity (i.e. 10 5x7s for $6 each). However, there is no way to "scale" the discount based on the quantity ordered.

  • CCG Creative StudiosCCG Creative Studios commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    @SAINTE CROIX, I don't think you're following the point on this one... We're essentially looking for a "quantity break" discount. If I order 1, an item might be $10. If I order 5, it might be $8. If I order 10+, it might be $6.

    Unless you're referring to something I've not yet seen, there is no such functionality in the Packages definition.

  • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This must be a very common feature request. I agree, I want to encourage my customers to buy more prints and it's no harder for me to duplicates than it is to provide one. I want to charge a lot for one, to get a good return on my efforts, but then give breaks on quantity so they feel they are getting a deal and I make more money. I'd rather sell 5 small prints at $3.50 each, than one print at $5.

    I am very surprised this was not a feature from the start. Did I miss something? Is there already a way to do this?

  • sgiskesgiske commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I asked about this the very day I migrated to Zenfolio from MIllers storefront in March of 2012. My concern is primarily on the cost end of the equation. Millers, for example, does provide a quantity discount if a client orders 72 wallets. However, Zenfolio does NOT pass this price break in the cost on to us!
    Tow things need to change!
    1- The Zenfolio client ordering interface to allow for quantity purchases without photographers needing to create overwhelming options in price lists to attempt to offer quantity discounts, and
    2. - The Zenfolio calculations of lab costs need to reflect the actual price structure that is available for quantity orders! (and not pocket the difference).

    Search for "quantity" at right and find a few more posts on this.

  • AmyAmy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree CCG Creative Studios! I have this same issue for digital downloads, I'd like to be able to offer an incentive to buy more. It won't cost zenfolio a dime since they get the same service fee regardless of what I charge.

    $25 each for 1-5 downloads, $20 each for 6-10 downloads, etc.

  • Rob Booker PhotographyRob Booker Photography commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yup. Even my old Photocart system used to be able to handle this! Discount on multiple downloads would be good too, and bulk purchase of different prints. I use a picture package for this but it's not very obvious to customers.

  • LarryLarry commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Some way to allow customers to receive a discount for buying more than one of anything is a good idea.

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