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Free goods more than one item

Hi,

I want to give you the free goods more than 1 item .

When we use "Exclusive", we can maintain the different product for free.

But we can maintain only one material for free. I want to maintain more products as free goods.

Is it possible ?

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M. Lakshmi Narasimhan

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    Posted on May 07, 2010 at 09:27 AM

    Hi,

    Please find the below field Are Free Goods and give the number of item that you want to give free items..

    Maintaining free goods:

    Path for maintaining the free goods is (T-Code VBN1)

    SAP Easy Access Logistic -> Sales and Distribution -> Master Data -> Conditions -> Free Goods -> Create.

    Enter the discount type as NA00 and to give inclusive free goods enter Inclusive in Free Goods view.

    Some of the important fields on screen (free goods inclusive).

    Min qty : This is the minimum Quantity which should be ordered so that the order is eligible for free goods

    From : From give the quantity after which the free goods will be given.

    [Are free goods] : This number shows the number of quantity which should be given as free goods to the customer

    e.g.: let us assume min qty is maintained as 1000 and from value is 100 and are free goods value is 10

    Regards

    Yepuri

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    Posted on May 07, 2010 at 09:45 AM

    Dear Lakshmi Narasimhan,

    In standard SAP R/3, system allows only one material as free for one material. One material free if customer buys two or more materials is not possible and in the same way if the customer buys one material SAP R/3 cannot provide two or more materials as free materials.

    This is possible only through IS-RETAIL's Bony Buy. I am not aware of that procedure. But in SAP R/3, one to multiple materials or multiple to one material or multiple to multiple is not possible.

    Regards

    Venkat - Hyd

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    Posted on May 07, 2010 at 10:15 AM

    Hi,

    Yes this is possible. You can map this scenario to cross selling concept in SAP.

    Do some research on this and map it.

    I think you are aware of cross selling, if not let us know.

    Venkat Cheedalla

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    Posted on May 10, 2010 at 05:51 AM

    Hi Lakshmi,

    U got many replies. Just to clear any doubt on standard functionality see below:

    Free goods is currently only supported on a 1:1 basis. This means that an order item can only be the source of one free goods item. This means that agreements involving relationships such as 'Buy material 1 and get material 2 and material 3 free of charge' or 'Order material 1 and material 2 together and get material 3 free of charge' are not supported.

    Free goods is not currently supported in combination with material structures (e.g. product selection, bills of material, variants with BOM explosion).

    Free goods is currently only supported for sales orders with document category C (not for quotations, for example).

    Free goods is not currently supported for deliveries without reference to a sales order.

    Free goods is not currently supported for make-to-order production, third-party order processing and scheduling agreements.

    revert if more help needed.

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    Posted on May 07, 2010 at 10:40 AM

    Hi Venkat Cheedalla,

    Thanks for your input .

    I will try and get back to you .

    Regards

    M. Lakshmi Narasimhan

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