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Mixed unit and each pricing

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Some of our products are sold by the ounce or pound. Other products are just sold by each item. How do we specify for the non unit priced items?

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Re: Mixed unit and each pricing

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for identical items sold in bulk as a single item-offer, not per any unit,
simply submit the multipack attribute with an exact value of TRUE

for different items sold as a single item-offer, simply
submit the is_bundle attribute with a value of TRUE

unit-pricing refers to most any unit: volume, weight, area, length, or count;
items sold by the ounce or pound are considered unit-price item-offers --
for items sold per-unit simply submit the unit_pricing_measure
and unit_pricing_base_measure attributes with accurate values.

for any item-offer, including any bulk or multi-pack offers,
the price submitted must match the single landing-page price
and add-to-cart price, for the minimum number of units sold.

for any other bundled-offer simply be certain that the
submitted price matches the single landing-page price
and add-to-cart price, for the minimum amount sold.

of course, posting an exact offer would likely
help with providing more exact suggestions.

otherwise, some product-offers or pricing-models
are simply not a good fit for product-listing-ads --
other campaign-types and ad-formats are available
for advertising such offers.

otherwise, a support specialist at google may be contacted directly.

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