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# Deal Levels

Deals are calculated on the base cost of an item. If there are two deals then they are both calculated on the same cost.

Example

Cost = \$100

Deal 1 is a 10% deal    = \$100 x10% = \$10

Deal 2 is a 20% deal = \$100 x 20% = \$20

Deal 3 is a 10% deal = \$100 x 10% = \$10

Nett Cost = \$100 - \$10 - \$20 - \$10 = \$60

Deal levels can be used to control the cost that deals are calculated on. Instead of having all deals calculate off the base cost, some deals might be calculated on a nett cost after other deals have been applied. The system will apply all deals for one level, calculate a cost and then apply all the deals for the next level on this new cost. It will repeat this until all deal levels are calculated.

Example

Cost = \$100

Deal 1 is a Level 1 10% deal    = \$100 x10% = \$10

Deal 2 is a Level 1 20% deal = \$100 x 20% = \$20

Nett Cost = \$100 - \$10 - \$20 = \$70

Deal 3 is a Level 2 10% deal = \$70 x 10% = \$7

Nett Cost = \$70 - \$7 = \$63