There are many processing functions you can use when building your Qualification Criteria. However, If you are wanting to discount unlimited items within a check, using Rate Rollback may be the best strategy for you!
For example. Let's say you want to be able to offer $2 off all burritos a customer purchases and you do not want to set a limit on the amount of burritos one guest can order.
Here's how you do that!
When Building your QC, you'll first set the Amount Cap to 0.
- This is the maximum amount that can be earned/redeemed on any receipt. When this is set to zero, there is essentially no limit.
From here, you'll set the processing function to Rate Rollback:
For more about how this processing function works, please see: Rate Rollback
Next, You'll ensure that the Maximum Discounted Units is left blank:
- When this is left blank, there is no cap the amount of units that can be discounted.
Now we decide how much to take off each unit, which is where the Unit Discount comes in:
- Since we are taking of $2 for each burrito, we'll be setting this to 2
Last, you'll set the Minimum Unit Rate to 1:
- This field is so that the price will remain even at the set price in the event the discount would have set the price to lower than the set threshold.
Note. It is always recommended to test your Qualification Criteria before you go live, just to ensure all is working as you expect.
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