When using the "Net Quantity Greater Than Or Equal To" item qualifier on a Qualification Criteria, the quantity set is used as a minimum quantity for the order to qualify.
Consider the following example:
In this example, you can work right to left in understanding how this will function.
- First, the item qualifier "Net Quantity Greater Than Or Equal To" tells us that the number of menu items on the order that are included in the Line Item Selector must meet or exceed the selected quantity.
- In this example, "All Menu Item PLUs" is the line item selector that will be used to check if a sufficient number of qualifying items are on the order
- Finally, the "2.0" quantity in this field tells us that, of the menu items on the order, two or more must be included in the "All Menu Item PLUs" line item selector
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