Enable mix & match pricing in Dutchie Ecommerce
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What's Mix & Match?
Mix & Match refers to a common pricing practice in the cannabis industry where customers can combine weighted products (like Flower) and earn a price break for buying a larger quantity.
At Jake’s Greenhouse, 1/8th oz of flower costs $35.However, 1/4th oz of flower costs $65.
If the customer were to purchase two 1/8th oz, WITHOUT mix & match pricing, it would cost them $70.
WITH mix & match pricing activated, it would cost $65.
What are the requirements for Mix & Match to work?
Menu Sync Integration
Pricing Tiers Enabled in POS
If you have both of these, you're in great shape to start using Mix & Match.
How do I enable Dutchie Ecommerce Mix & Match?
Turning the feature on is easy and only takes a few steps.
1. Go to your Dutchie Ecommerce Admin Settings -> Integrations
2. Click into the Menu Sync integration card (in this example, it'd be GlobalTill.)
3. Once you've selected the Integration card, go to Settings. From within Settings, toggle the Mix and Match switch so it reads "ENABLED".
4. Select the weights you would like to discount for Mix & Match under "Discounted Weights".
For example, If you were to choose the option for 1/4oz weight, consumers who buy a combination of flower products that add up to exactly 7g from the same tier will receive a price break.
How does this display to customers?
We'll display the price tier discount given to the customer at checkout.
Best practices for mix & match pricing
We recommend adding some wordage to your Menu Banner on Dutchie Ecommerce informing your customers about price tier discounts that you offer, alongside any information of promotions that you're running.