When reviewing a Receipt Tag you'll see a section labeled as Tag Amount and may have questions on how it's calculated.
The sum of the items specified in your QC associated with this tag, based on processing function.
This amount may be larger than the receipt amount if there are discounts included in the receipt amount. For example, if your tag is triggered by a guest purchasing a "cookie brownie" which costs $5, the each cookie brownie that appears on a guest's receipt will add $5 to the total Tag Amount, regardless of discounted price. So even if the guest only paid $3 for the cookie brownie, it's set price of $5 is counted.
Tag Amount is the sum of the processing function as specified in its associated Qualification Criterion. At least at first, this dollar amount may be larger than the total receipt amount if discounts have been included in the receipt amount.
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