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Hi folks,

I've been searching the forum for an answer and can't seem to find one. Trying to figure out how to do quantity breaks. I've only been screen printing a couple months and have had 2 small jobs of like 24 and 28. Now I have a job for like 52 and a couple for 100. I'm not sure how to go about the quantity breaks from the 24 mark to the 50 to the 100 mark. Any advise will be appreciated. Thanx.
 

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My price breaks are as follows:
6-11
12-23
24-49
50-74
75-99
100-149
150-299
300-599
600-1000

However, I am currently taking a real hard look at all of my pricing and may try to condense some of these layers down.
 

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Mine are similar to Troy's:
6, 12, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150, 250, 500, 750, 1000

After 12, my price breaks are specifically not at the dozen mark. Most people like to order in dozens - 12, 24, 48, etc. Someone who wants twenty-four shirts has to order twenty-five to get my price break. I just increased the size of my order by 4% because the customer will always add one more shirt to the order to get a lower price.

Also, if you have breaks too close together, you give up too much potential profit. If a customer wants 36 shirts, they pay the 25 piece price and don't get another break until they get to fifty shirts. This makes me more money two ways: one, by selling the shirt at a lower quantity price, and two, it encourages some customers to increase their order significantly to get to the next price break.
 
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