Using this function a Line Item's price can be brought down to Target Price. At once, upto four Line Items can be brought down to their target price.
For example, a business wants to sell one of its burgers for a fixed price of $5 to everyone. Irrespective of which store of the restaurant a guest goes to, the business can easily achieve this objective.
The "Hit Target Menu Item Price" processing function requires defining a Target Price for the function and also, Inline Functions for different Line Items that have to be discounted.
Sum of Amounts: It will identify all the items that qualify for the discount and bring their price down to the Target Price. Thus the final discount will be the total of discount offered on each qualifying item. This function is selected by default unless any of the functions mentioned below are selected.
Maximum Unit Price: Only the highest priced Menu Item from each Line Item(you can define maximum 4) will be discounted.
Minimum Unit Price: Only the lowest priced Menu Item from each Line Item(you can define maximum) will be discounted.
Exclude: using Exclude, you can exclude certain Line Item from getting any discounts. For example, items containing alcohol.
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