I have not been able to find an answer to this question elsewhere.
I have entered products with thier inventory - all as simple.
I want to now creat a twin pack of a product (iw 2 units of an existing product), but how do I do that so it will keep the inventory correct.
I assume as a grouped or budled product, but cannot see how this should be configured.
Thanks in advance.
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You can use quantity increments to set up package pricing as a "twin pack," a "six pack," and so on. Here's a link to the topic in the user guide:
Hope this helps!
But do you expect a user then to select qty = 6?
He is ordering 1 (pack of 6(: so the customer would enter qty = 1
I think what the user needs is some kind of bundle where a default bundle quantity is set. Just like on the market where you would say: 1 bundle of ..... (bananas, flowers, herbs etc) ... and you dont pay per piece, but for the bundle. Or maybe a better example is a 6-pack of beers: they consist of 6 simple products of 1 brand and type. So stock should be deducted per 6 pieces when the customer orders 1 sixpack (and you dont go to the checkout where the cassiere asks: how many do you have in the pack sir? Sorry they only come in increments of 6 .... )