Price Rule Criteria can be made extremely specific by increasing the number of criteria that must be met.

Example: A Price Rule can be created to discount the price of a Fountain Pen to $1 per Fountain Pen. However, the discounted price can only be applied once per customer—and ONLY if the purchase is made in September. The discount also is only applied if the quantity of Fountain Pens purchased is 10, and the customer’s middle name starts with B. If ALL of the previously defined criteria are met, then the discount/price rule will be applied 

Boolean Logic and Price Rules

In Boolean logic terms, each row in the Price Rule uses an "AND" operator, whereas items within the Source Code, Customer Badge Type, and Subscription Plans fields use an "OR" operator (represented by the word “OR” between each item). Because of this, Source Codes, Customer Badge Types, and Subscription Plans will accept multiple entries.

 Example: 

Price Rule Setup:

  • Source Code field: SC1, SC2, SC3 

  • Badge field: B1, B2 

  1. User with either B1 or B2 enters either SC1 or SC2 or SC3 and the Price Rule will trigger 

  2. User without either B1 or B2 enters either SC1 or SC2 or SC3 and the Price Rule will not trigger

  3. User with either B1 or B2 does not enter any Source Code and the Price Rule will not trigger