Feature request from gigadesign1, posted on GitHub Jan 09, 2016
I use a lot of configurable products in combination with tier prices. The configuration of prices used to be in the configurable product in Magento1.
Now in Magento2 when I want to update the tier prices of my product, I have to edit every single simple product. Since we have a product in 32 different colors and 3 sizes (so 96 simple products), this is not really user-friendly.
The default price can be configured by selecting a attribute in the configurable product. It would be great if tier prices can be configured there too! Or at least through mass-updates of attributes.
Comment from mswaidan, posted on GitHub Feb 06, 2016
It would be really fantastic if tiered pricing could be applied to configurable products. I want to be able to offer pricing tiers based on total quantities of a configurable product, not just quantities of individual products. E.g. if there is t-shirt available in red, yellow, blue, I want to be able to offer a discount based on 10 shirts of any color, not just 10 red shirts or 10 yellow shirts. There was an extension available for magento 1 to do this, but no solution for 2 yet that I'm aware of.
Comment from ritschi72, posted on GitHub Feb 18, 2016
Hi everybody, I've got the same problem with tier prices, I also got lots of configurable products where I want to update tier prices without going into every simple product. Does somebody have an idea where I can find an extension or any other way to solve this problem?
Comment from chriscarter37, posted on GitHub Jun 28, 2016
There are no extension to add this functionality either. Please bring it back!
Comment from ajones16, posted on GitHub Aug 01, 2016
I also have this issue with over 300 products with 90% having multiple options, we use Tiered Pricing for everything. It would be great if there was a way on the main configurable product to enter the base price for the product and then on the configurable options use an option of either a +/- pricing structure for attributes OR setting a base price for the attribute that uses the same percentage difference as the base product. i.e. base product QTY 1 = 16.67 , QTY 2 = 13.34 (20%), QTY 10 = 13.02 (22%) Automatically next option = +$4.00 and therefore QTY 1 = $20.67 and AUTO QTY 2 = 16.54 OR base Product QTY 1 = 16.67 , QTY 2 = 10% (15.00), QTY 10 = 15% (14.17) Next Option = +$4 and therefore QTY 1 = 20.67 , QTY 2 = 10% (18.60) , QTY 10 = 15% (17.57)
I am facing the same problem. Has there be any solution yet?
Any updates to this issue? This feature is a must have.
It's not feasible to individually configure tier pricing on configurable products when there are literally hundreds of product configurations available. When you have a product available in 20+ colors, and 5+ sizes, this quickly gets out of hand.
If we can't get the option to configure tier pricing on the configurable products itself, it would be nice to be able to creattier groups, and assign the products to those groups.