Author Topic: VM 3.2.4 - Multiple Shopper Groups for user - What is defined behaviour?  (Read 70 times)

bcohen0

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Please can someone tell me, what is the expected behaviour with respect to pricing, if a user has two shopper groups, each of which provides a different price?

What are the rules for which group price will prevail, if this user accesses a product that is set up with "use generic rules" and Shopper Groups set to "Available for all"  ?

Also, i could use a link to a discussion for the interaction between products, shopper groups, and users.

Please help.

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Re: VM 3.2.4 - Multiple Shopper Groups for user - What is defined behaviour?
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2017, 12:23:23 pm »
What would you expect? and what is the result?

Always use generic rules. When you set a rule, it is an override, which just ignores any setting of the rule.

When you have different prices (not rules, prices!), then the more expensive price should always win, there is a setting in the vmconfig pricing tab to select which price should win (lowest or highest).
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