I did this: I set up table prices (products that get cheaper if you buy more). Furthermore I set up two products variations where the second variation is more expensive more than the first.
The following are the table prices:
1-4 units cost 4500 each.
5-9 units cost 4400.
10 or more cost 4200.
In addition, there are two variations of each product where the second costs 200 extra.
The resulting prices for the second variation should be as follows:
1-4 units cost 4700 each.
5-9 units cost 4600.
10 or more cost 4400.
This happens: when checking out with the second more expensive option, the price displayed is 4700 until the quantity is equal or greater than 5, then the price/product incorrectly drops to 4400. It is not adding up the extra cost from the product variation.
This is in addition to taxes being calculated incorrectly in combination with table prices (see my thread from yesterday),
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