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Pricing Scales

Use
When you create a condition record for a pricing element, you can define a pricing scale .
For example, a scale based on quantity can determine that the more a customer orders of a
particular product, the lower the price. You can also create condition records with graduated
scales. For further information, see Pricing interval scales .

Scale Basis
In the standard system, a pricing scale can be based on any of the following criteria:

Value

Quantity

Gross weight

Net weight

Volume

A formula specific to your requirements


The scale basis is defined in Customizing for Sales for each condition type.

Creating Scales
The following procedure explains how to create a pricing scale for, as an example, a material
price. You create pricing scales for other condition types in exactly the same way.
To create a pricing scale:
1.
Choose Goto Scales in the fast-entry screen of the condition record for a
material price.
2.
Enter a scale quantity and a rate.
3.
To save the condition record, choose Save .

Specifying Scale Types


In each condition record where you define a scale, you can further specify the scale type .
The scale type determines whether the scale is a From-scale or a To-scale . For example, if
you specify a From-scale that is based on quantity, the scale determines different prices
based on different quantities. To change the scale type for a condition record, choose
Goto Details . Specify the scale type you want to use.

Special Feature of Calculating the Scale Base Value:


Group Conditions
In Customizing for Sales, you can define a condition type as a group condition . A group
condition means, for example, that the system bases a discount on the combined quantities
of more than one item in a sales document. The combined quantities may mean that the
customer gets a better price than if the items were priced individually.