## What is the triple discount?

A **triple discount **serves to reduce some prices by a certain percentage. The calculation of these three discounts is based on the previous price, not on the basic one. How many times have we went to a store and admired an item of clothes? We notice we’ve grabbed a huge discount and that’s from three amazing discounts. But what is the true price of that thing after it has been cut three times?

This** Triple Discount Calculator** allows you to specify a cumulative discount. Each discount is computed from the price AFTER the preceding one was applied (and not from the initial price) (and not from the original price). A triple discount is a reduction in the price of an item by 3 consecutive reductions in sequence.

## Triple discount formula

Enter the initial price, the 1st discount, 2nd discount, and 3rd discount to determine the final price of an item. The following formula is used to compute the ultimate price of an item enduring 3 distinct reductions.

*FP = (IP-(IP*1D) – (IP-(IP*1D)*2D – (IP-(IP*1D) – (IP-(IP*1D)*2D*3D*

How to compute a triple discount? Determine the reductions and original pricing. Gather the original price and all three reductions in percent. Calculate the price after the first discount. Take the original price and deduct the original price times the 1st discount. Calculate the price after the second discount. Take the price from step 2 and remove the price from step 2 times the 2nd discount. Calculate the final price. Take the price from step 3 and remove the price from step 3 times the 3rd discount.

## Shares and VAT

Promotional sales are organized to attract **customers**. The regulations do not impose any restrictions on traders in the deviation of the promotional price from the usual **selling price** of the item. Calculation of VAT is always based and paid on the selling price. The calculation is related to a lower price if the product is on sale and its cost is lower.

‘Buy two products for the price of one, is a type of organization of **promotional sales**. ‘Pay two, the third for free’ or according to similar marketing rules. Still, it is always a matter of selling an individual item at a price lower than usual. ‘**Stock**‘ or ‘special sale’, is the unique mark that each product needs to have.

## Subsequent discounts

Subsequent granting of discounts on goods already sold is not common in retail. But is often in business relationships between **manufacturers**, **wholesalers**, and **retail chains**. As a bonus for a purchased quantity, when it is subsequently established. Goods do not correspond to the expected quality.

With subsequently approved discounts, it is possible to reduce the **VAT **calculated on the price before the discount. Only after the seller obtains written proof that the buyer has reduced his right to input tax in the appropriate amount. In this case, the seller and the buyer carry out correcting the previously issued invoice. If the subsequently approved discount on the price is related to several issued invoices. Invoice can not carry out the prescribed procedure, or the notification on the correction of input tax is missing. In that case, the seller has no right to reduce the base he charged VAT before the approved discount.

## FAQ

**How do you calculate a triple discount?**

Take the original price and deduct the original price times the 1st discount. Take the price from step 2 and deduct the price from step 2 times the 2nd discount. Calculate the final price.

**How do you calculate multiple trade discounts?**

If the discount is a percentage, you compute the trade discount by converting the percentage to a decimal and multiplying that decimal by the quoted price. If the reseller is acquiring $1,000 worth of merchandise at a 30-percent discount, the trade discount would be 1,000 x 0.3, which equals $300.

**How do you calculate 3 discounts?**

Convert the percentage to a decimal. Represent the discount % in decimal form. Multiply the original price by the decimal. Take the original price of the item and multiply it by the decimal calculated in step one. Subtract the reduction from the original price.

**How to calculate the discount rate?**

There are two basic discount rate formulae – the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) and adjusted present value (APV) (APV). The WACC discount formula is: WACC = E/V x Ce + D/V x Cd x (1-T), while the APV discount formula is: APV = NPV + PV of the impact of financing.

**How to calculate the discounted payback period?**

DPP = y + abs(n) / p,

In order to compute the DPP, establish a table with a column for the periods, cash flows, discounted cash flows and cumulative discounted cash flows.

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