Hello. I run a discount store and we receive lots of unmanifested loads. So, if I bring in the inventory with an average cost, how can I sell at my register at different prices?
Ex: I have an item that I want to sell for $2.27, but the system will only let me create set prices, so I can't really sell it for $2.27 unless I create a variant for each price? $2.25,$2.26,$2.27, etc. But then does my cost need to be set for each variant as well?
I'm wanting the "Custom Sale" feature basically that I can link to an inventory item to pull the average cost out when sold at the register. Is this possible? How do other stores run unmanifested loads when there are thousand of items, and all at different prices without creating a new item for each sku?
Hope this makes sense.
Sounds interesting but I'm not totally clear on how this is working.
An unmanifested load is basically a set of random products? And you're wanting to determine the price that you're selling at based on the cost? What format are you getting the data for these loads in?
Yes, an unmanifested load is random products. I sell items based on a % off the retail price.
The "add custom sale" works perfectly for ability to set the price at the register, but the only problem is it doesn't take inventory out.
Gotcha. Not sure how you could take inventory out automatically without having things linked to products in shopify.
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