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This discount calculator determines the final price of an item or service after implementing a discount. The discount percentage calculator can also be used reversely to determine the discount percentage and original cost of the products.

Discount = List Price - Selling Price

Discount (%)= Discount List Price x 100

Where:

**D**= Discount Percentage**L**= List Price**S**= Sale Price

- Add all the prices to get the
**total price** - Convert the
**discount percentage**into**decimal** **Multiply**the decimal value by the total price to get the**saving amount**- Now
**subtract**the saving amount from the total price to get the**discounted price**

Imagine you purchased three items priced at $35, $50, and $70, respectively. You got a 20 % price discount on this purchase. Find the price after the discount.

**Solution:**

Now instead of finding the 20% off 35, 20% off 25, and 20% off 70, we will calculate the total amount which is:

= $35 + $25 + $70 = $130

Convert discount (%) into decimal value:

= 20/100 = 0.2

Discounted Amount = 130 x 0.2 = $26

Price After Discount = 130 - 26 = $104

**Formula:**Discounted Price = Original Price - Fixed Amount**Example:**If a $50 item is $10 off, the discounted price is $50 - $10 = $40

- Determine the
**percentage off** **Divide**the percentage by the number of products to get the**discount**on each product**Convert**the price discount of the second product into decimal- Now take this decimal value and
**multiply**it by the price of the second product to get the**savings**

- List down the products in
**descending order**by price - Choose the prices of
**expensive products**and**pay**for them - The price of the
**cheapest product**is your saving in all cases

- Apply discounts in a
**reverse sequence** - For example, if a 30% off coupon is followed by a 10% off sale, calculate the 10% discount first, then the 30% discount to the discounted price
**Add**both discounted amounts and**subtract**the sum from the original price

**Multiply**the price of each unit by the**total number of units**to get the original price of all the units**Subtract**the**fixed price**for multiple units from the**original price**

To streamline the process of finding discounts and avoid human errors, it is recommended that the online discount calculator with tax be used. It will let you find the final prices of products after applying the discount and sales tax.

There are different types of discounts, including:

**Trade Discount:**This type of percentage-off discount is used for accommodating**businesses**, it's not for the consumers. Typically, it is based on the size of the customer, purchase quantity, and location**Quantity Discount:**This discount is given to the people who purchase a**large quantity**of the product. It is created to promote the bulk sale of the products**Cash Discount:**A fixed cash discount on the product price offered for a**specific time frame****Seasonal Discount:**The discount is entitled for a specific season of the year**Buy 1, Get 1 Free or (2 for 1, 3 for 2, etc):**The customer is entertained with a**promotional discount**where one item goes free on the purchase of 1, 2, or 3 items. For quick calculations of these discounts, use the 2 for 1 calculator

- Determine the
**original**and**discounted price**of the product **Subtract**the discounted price from the original price to get the**discount rate**- Now
**divide**the**discount rate**by the**original price** **Multiply**the result by 100 to get the**percentage discount**

A flat discount is a straightforward fixed amount reduction in the price, applied to the total cost of the purchase. Calculate your savings on flat discounts by using the percentage discount calculator online.

- Change the
**percentage**to a**decimal value**as 20/100 = 0.02 - Now
**multiply**this decimal value by the**price**to get the amount of 20% **Add**this amount to the price of the product

**References:**

From Wikipedia: Discounts and Allowances.

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