Discounting By Quantity Purchased (Kits)

Kits are used to sell specific products that are bundled together using a single SKU. For example, configure a kit if the customer is required to buy the advertised quantity of product (e.g. buy one, get one half price).

When a kit is sold, only the discounted products display on the customer’s receipt.

Create kit SKU

  1. From the Ascend Desktop, select the View menu > Kits.


  2. On the toolbar, click the Add button. The Add Kit dialog box displays.


  3. In the Description field, enter a description for the bundled products.
    Sherpa tip: This name does not display receipts, so make it something meaningful to your employees.
  4. A SKU is automatically generated based on the entered description, but can be overwritten.
    Sherpa tip: Enter an easy to remember value in the SKU field, e.g. 2FOR1SOCK. Kits cannot be searched by description.
  5. (optional) Click the Print Barcode button to generate a product label for scanning.
  6. Click the Save button.

Add products to kit

  1. In the upper pane, select the kit's name.
  2. In the lower pane, click the Add button (on the toolbar). The Add Kit Item dialog box displays.


  3. In the In-Store Product field, search for the product by description, SKU, or UPC.
  4. Click the Search button. Results matching the search display.
  5. From the results, select the product that should be included in the kit.
  6. In the Price field, enter the price of each item, as it should be sold in the kit.
    Sherpa tip: The price of all items and their quantities in the kit are used to determine the total price of kit.
  7. In the Quantity field, enter the number of products that are sold in the kit.
  8. Click the Save button.

Example 1: Three pairs of socks for the price of two pairs

The price of two pairs is $21.98 (regular price=$10.99 x 2).

To achieve the sale price of $21.98, use this kit configuration:

  • Kit Item 1: Quantity of 1, price of $7.32
  • Kit Item 2: Quantity of 2, price of $7.33

Example 2: Buy one pair of socks and get a second for half price

The price of one pair is $10.99.

To achieve the sale price of $16.50, use Quantity 2, price $8.25.


Sales

  1. Run a sales transaction
  2. Complete a return
  3. Create a layaway
  4. Create a quote
  5. Add a customer
  6. I messed up a sale/payment. How do I fix it?
  7. Change a Tax Rate during a sale
  8. Set up a category flat tax
  9. Create a sales promotion
  10. Add or edit products for an existing sales promotion
  11. Download coupons using the Coupon Wizard
  12. Discounting By Quantity Purchased (Kits)
  13. Record a payout
  14. Sell a Gift Card
  15. Sell a Gift Certificate
  16. Issue In-Store Credit
  17. See sales totals for my customers (like what they owe us, what we owe them, and what they've spent over time)
  18. Create, edit, and use coupons
  19. Use the Cash Drawer Counter
  20. Add a country in Ascend
  21. Add a Tax Exception Reason
  22. Create custom payment types
  23. Print a large receipt for a transaction
  24. Exchange a product for a customer
  25. Use rounded payments
  26. See who took a payment
  27. Change the customer in a transaction
  28. Charge a purchase to Purchase on Account (accounts receivable)
  29. Set up Purchase on Account for a customer (accounts receivable)
  30. Close Purchase on Account for a customer (accounts receivable)
  31. Post a payment to Purchase on Account (accounts receivable)
  32. Send invoices for Purchase on Account (accounts receivable)
  33. Handle Special Order items
  34. Process a cash payment
  35. Process a check payment
  36. Process a custom payment type
  37. Process an eCommerce payment
  38. Process a financing payment
  39. Process a gift card payment
  40. Process a gift certificate payment
  41. Process an in-store credit payment
  42. Manually process a credit card, Trek Card, or gift card payment
  43. Process credit or debit card payments using the (Ingenico) payment terminal
  44. Process a Trek Card payment
  45. Process a trade-in payment
  46. Manage Discount Reasons
  47. Discount items on a transaction
  48. Create and Use Customer Groups
  49. The importance of customer data capture

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