tiered pricing, (as opposed to volume pricing)
Tiered pricing, but the price for the first items is set regardless of quantity. For example, if the price of an item is $750 for the first 5 and $600 for any items after, if an order of 20 items is placed, the price would be
5 x $750 + 15 x $600, instead of 20 x $600.

Jaynna Ellis Dela Llana commented
Our pricing is volumebased nonaccumulative. When using your product catalogue and pricing table I want:
Band 1: 120 Price X
Band 2: 2150 Price Y
Band 3: 51100 Price Z
If a customer is in price 3 with 75 products, I want the pricing table to calculated as nonaccumulative. This way:
20 * Price X + 30 * Price Y + 25 * Price Z (NonAccumulative) Is this possible with you catalogue?

Aurindam Jana commented
Thanks Thomas.
We have the same request.
The current Volume Based Pricing and Volume Discount Pricing is the same thing  just in 2 different forms. The final price calculated using either method will be the same. The only difference is what the customer sees visually.We would like to have a way to build pricing (similar to what Thomas has mentioned)
Tier (1 â€“ 1000) Unit Price (â‚¬ 3)
Tier (1001  5000) Unit Price (â‚¬ 2)
Tier (5001  10000) Unit Price (â‚¬ 1)
Calculation:
If a customer wants to purchase 500 units, the price is calculated as follows:
500 x 3 = 1500 EUR
If a customer wants to purchase 3000 units, the price is calculated as follows:
1000 x 3 + 2000 x 2 = 7000 EUR
If a customer wants to purchase 8000 units, the price is calculated as follows:
1000 x 3 + 4000 x 2 + 3000 x 1 = 14000 EUR