Friday, 24 October 2014

I need help for my etsy shop

I do hope someone with an Etsy shop will be able to help me sort out my dilemma. I would like to give people the option of buying more than1 of the same design -- the more they buy  the price will be reduced per item. I have tried to set that up in the Etsy shop, but I cannot vary the price depending on the quantity bought. Can someone please tell me how to do this.

You can either write in Comments or email me on yvonnewdesigns@gmail.com

Thank you for your help.
Enjoy the coming weekend.
Yvonne

6 comments:

shez said...

Hi Yvonne sorry I am no help but I hope someone can help you.xx

Radka said...

You might have to adjust the final price manually, at least that is my experience as a buyer. I sometimes find that my c/c payment has been reduced at the point of charging my card, if say, the postage worked out less. May be this is the same on Etsy?
But of course, I could be totally wrong, LOL!
xx

Christine M said...

Sorry Yvonne. I can't help you. Hopefully, there'll be someone who can.

Solstitches said...

https://www.etsy.com/help/article/73?ref=help_search_result
It looks as though there is an active Etsy forum Yvonne.
I would post your question there as someone is sure to have the answer.
Margaret

Herman Thompson said...

I think posting varying bundles of the designs with their own respective prices is brilliant. Like, say, two designs will cost that amount, then three will cost that amount, and so on and so forth. After that, you can do the math to make sure that the prices actually decrease the bigger bundle that people buy, or the more designs are in the bundle that they choose. It seems like the easier and more immediate way, though one that will entail some precise computations, so that you will have the price points that you want. It should be worth a try. I hope I helped somehow.

Herman Thompson @ AccountAbility Plus

Houseelf said...

Sorry Yvonne, never had an Etsy shop. Maybe in shop policies you can say "the more you buy the more you save" and then on the item itself when describing it, give a price for 1 2 etc. and say you will repay and overpayment?

Why not have a special for 5 of your £3 buttons where people specify which ones, and another for your £7 buttons?