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I have more than one discount in my opportunity line item.

How can I calculate the total in discounts in formula field?

like Unit price =100 Discount1 = 10% Discount2 = 10% Total=81

I found this formula, but work just to one discount:

Round({!Unitprice}-{!Unitprice}*{!Discount},2)

Thank you.

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  • Have you tried any formula yet?
    – Sam
    Aug 19, 2014 at 14:38

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Unit_Price__c - ((Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c) + ((Unit_Price__c - (Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c)) * Discount_Two__c))

This should work like a math problem. Calculate your first value from the original discount:

(Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c)

and then calculate the value from the second discount by calculating the remaining value from the first discount and multiplying it by the second discount:

((Unit_Price__c - (Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c)) * Discount_Two__c)

Add both of those values together:

((Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c) + ((Unit_Price__c - (Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c)) * Discount_Two__c))

and subtract all of that from the original unit price.

Unit_Price__c - ((Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c) + ((Unit_Price__c - (Unit_Price__c * Discount_One__c)) * Discount_Two__c))
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  • I'm sorry is Total Price not Unit price, i'm sorry for the error. But if I insert a new discount, the count is different. TotalPrice - ((TotalPrice * Discount__c)+ ((TotalPrice - (TotalPrice * Discount__c)) * Discount1__c)+ ((TotalPrice - ((TotalPrice -(TotalPrice * Discount__c)) * Discount1__c)) * Discount2__c)) It's rounding problems? This formula have some error? Thank you.
    – lisyy
    Aug 19, 2014 at 16:52
  • I'm not sure I follow you. I gave you an example, you will need to take it form there. I didn't realize this needed to work for X amount of discounts. Aug 19, 2014 at 17:24
  • Yes, I use your formula and work fine, but with more one discount give me 71,9 instead of 72,9. You think that this formula is incorrect? I appreciate so much your help. Thank you.
    – lisyy
    Aug 20, 2014 at 10:12

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