I suggested a similar function a year or more ago. When setting up discounts
we should be able to use 3 decimal places for the price. I have several
items I sell 12 for a dollar and can't set up RMS that way. What I had to do
was set up the items so that the selling unit was 12 and then if someone
only wants one or two we have to use .0833 as a single unit which I have set
up as a custom button. Not pretty but it works. I will vote for the
suggestion, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
"Michael Gregoire" <Michael Gregoire@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> Right now discounts only allow for specific price breaks or reductions.
> should be more simple than that, it should allow the user to enter a
> where if an item is sold in multiples as indicated in the discount a
> price is allowed. In an example an item regularly sells for $1.99 but you
> want to be able to sell 3 for $5.00. In RMS you can't do this. You have
> create a discount of a quantity of 3 at $1.66 which when rung sells as
> and there is no way to extend the decimal place for the prices entered in
> discount such as $1.6663 in order to get a rollover. It should be
> to a quantity box and a price. If that quantity is rung up on the POS
> Screen the amount should be whatever is in the price box. RIght now it is
> cumbersome for customers to use this feature to get specific prices.
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