1. Open Paladin Point of Sale.
  2. On the File menu, click Setup.
  3. In the Paladin Configuration window, click the Sale List tab.
  4. In the Sales pane, find the sale list that you just created, and then highlight it.
  5. Scroll to the Pricing Plans pane, and then click Create New Pricing Plan.
  6. In the Pricing Plan tab, in the Name box, enter a name for the pricing plan.
  7. Choose one of the following options:
    • If you want the sale to be for all customers, select the Apply to All Transactions check box.
    • If you want the sale to be for specific customers, refer to this KBA: How to apply a pricing plan to a customer account.
  8. If you have a rewards program and want the sale to be for customers with a rewards card number, select the Limit to Rewards Customers check box.
  9. If you have a minimum allowable margin set, you can select the Respect Min Margin check box, which is in the Min Margin tab.
  10. In the Sale List Range Start box and the Sale List Range End box, retain the default settings.
  11. In the Dept. Number Range Start box and the Dept. Number Range End box, enter the date range for the sale.
  12. In the Class Number Range Start box and the Class Number Range End box, enter the date range for the sale.
  13. In the Supplier Number Range Start box and the Supplier Number Range End box, enter the date range for the sale.
  14. In the Discount or Markup list, select Markup Percent.
  15. In the Cost or Retail Price list, select one of the following options:
    • Average Cost
    • Last Cost
    • Market Cost
  16. In the Amtbox, enter the amount of the percentage markup.
  17. Optional:  Select the Date Range Start date and the Date Range End date.

 

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Printed on: 10/20/18