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Hi SD Gurus.,

Pls. Look up the below Scenario.

If a Customer Buys amongst a Group of Products in a block of 50 Units Qty. per Order, then he is eligible for a Qty. Discount as per the following Tables.

UNITS Free items

50 2

100 5

150 8

200 10

250 14

The Products eligible for the Schemes are :

Mini. Products

10 XYZ

05 ABC

02 RRR

08 LMN

10 TQP

The Combination of these Products can be considered for the eligible qty. in a sales order for the Free Goods.

For Free goods, any of the following Products can be given based on Availability.

1. Dinner Set

2. Trading Goods - XYZ-1 OR LMN-1 OR LMN-2

If the Customer Buys more than 250 Pcs., then he will also be eligible for an addition of 2% Cash Discount on Value.

NOTE: the Mini. qty. of 50 items should be any of 3 line items., ex: like XYZ 20 items + TQP 20 + ABC 10 items. (Total should be 50 of 3 diff. line items) then only the customer is eligible for free goods i.e., 2 items as per the above table. (Exclusive item)

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:55 PM

    User group conditions. In V/06, check the box Group cond. You will also need to group all your "like" materials into the same material group. Do a F1 on this field. The help text is very similar to your posting. You will also have to setup scales on your condition type.

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      hi Keerthi,

      Can u give more detailed information on the above Scenario. And also dont forget that, if 3 line items must to be qty. of 50 then only free goods (2 items) are applicable. And the 3 items are any one of in the Group.

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