A "Buy More, Save More" deal is when you have an item for sale, and the more of the item a customer purchases, the better the price gets. For example, let's say we're selling street tacos for $3 apiece. But if you buy two, it's $5 (instead of $6) and so on if you choose.

So the more a customer buys, the more they save!

With that example in mind, let's see how to get that running with Thrive Inventory by Shopventory. To recap, the end goal is to set up a "buy more, save more" deal where a customer can get:

One street taco for $3

Two street tacos for $5

Note: There are a few different options for creating this deal in Thrive Inventory. This may not be the best option for you and your business. This example will demonstrate the basic principles of modifiers and help you make the best decision for your business.

Creating a Modifier

Get started by clicking on the Modifiers tab from your Inventory page:

Modifiers come in “groups”. Click the “Create modifier group” to enter a new group and all of the options that belong to it.

Name and Price your modifiers

First, we'll enter names and prices for the modifiers so they are easy to select during checkout.

The modifier price will be added to your customer’s subtotal if selected. To put it another way, the modifier price is set based on what the "buy more save more" total price is.

For this example, when the users adds an additional taco, the price will be $5, while the price of a single taco is $3. So that would make our modifier price $2 as shown here:

$5 (the buy more, save more total)

- $3 ("full" price of 1 taco)

= $2 taco (modifier price)

Don't forget to hit "Add" and then the "Next" button in the top right corner when you're ready for the next step.

Mapping the modifiers

You now have the option to connect your modifiers to variants. This is useful if you want the inventory to be deducted whenever a modifier is chosen.

For example, here I’ve associated the Beef Taco product from my inventory to the "Beef" modifier with a single unit of that item.

Min/Max Values

Next, you can set how many modifiers from your group must be selected (the Min) and how many can be selected (the Max). These values can be left blank if you have no restrictions.

For this example, we’ve selected 1 for the maximum:

Apply modifiers to products

This page allows you to identify which products your modifier can be applied to. Use the Search bar and Filter to isolate the correct products quickly.

Pick your integration(s)

Finally, select the integrations, or sales channels, where this modifier should be made available.

At this time, Clover and Square are available for modifier support.

This can also be accomplished using Bundles,

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