In this section you can create bundles by the other parameters.
First, I’ll tell you what a bundle is. A bundle is a set (sum) of filters. Filters in a bundle have priority (single elements). Conditions apply to the bundle.
For example, I create a filter by category – Accessories. Setting the number of items in the bundle that the filter will be applied to, for example, 3 items. This means that the discount will be applied to the first three Accessories products added to the cart.
If 4 items of the Accessories category are added, the discount will be applied only to the first three items, since there is no bundle.
When creating a rule, you can specify the number of maximum created bundles using the “Can be applied” parameter. For example, you set the value to two.
In our example, the first bundle of three elements was typed, and one was not collected. Now we will add 2 more items of the Accessories category, the bundle was collected and the discount was applied to all products. If we now add 2 more products of the Accessories category, the discount will not be applied, since the maximum number of generated bundles can be two.
- The “Exclude products” field. It is intended for those products that need to be excluded from the bundle, and accordingly, the discount will not be applied to them.
- The “Exclude on sale products” parameter. It is paired with the selected products. Allows you to exclude products that have a sale price from the bundle.
- The “Exclude products modified by other pricing rules” parameter. It allows you to exclude products whose prices have already been changed using pricing rules. This works if the rules used to change the product price are active. If they are not active, this parameter will not work.