The Advanced Minimums feature addition on the Order Minimums page allows you to create minimum order quantity rules that apply at the collection, product, or variant level. Advanced Minimums rules can be created for each customer group. All minimum order requirements must be met before a wholesale customer can place an order on your store.
If you are on a free trial or if you have activated Advanced Minimums, you will see a banner indicating that the feature is enabled. Contact us to enable this feature.
Choose Collection to create rules that require customers to purchase a minimum number of products from a collection. A minimum order quantity can be set for each collection.
In the example below, a customer tagged “Gold” would be required to purchase 10 products from the Arts & Craft collection and 12 products from the Bed & Bath collection.
Choose Product to create rules that require customers to purchase a minimum number of products. The minimum order quantity will be the same for all products within a collection.
In the example below, a customer tagged “Silver” who adds a product to their cart from the Arts & Crafts collection would be required to purchase a minimum of 20 of that product.
Choose Variant to create rules that require customers to purchase a minimum number of variants. The minimum order quantity will be the same for all variants within a collection.
In the example below a customer tagged “Bronze” would be required to purchase a minimum of 5 of any product variant within the Arts & Craft collection and Bed & Bath collection.
Select the requires multiples box to require customers to purchase in multiples. Use this feature to ensure your wholesale customers are purchasing your product by the case.
In the example below, wholesale customers will be required to purchase in increments of 12 (ie. 12, 24, 36, 48).
Wholesale customers will receive a message in the cart if they do not meet the order requirements. The subtotal will revert to the retail price and the checkout will not be accessible until the order has been adjusted, as pictured in the example below.