Standard bids present an assortment of choices, the customer Picks one.
For example, a standard bid might offer a choice of quantities (24, 36, 48), or a choice of garments (good, better, best) to allow the customer to select the one that is the best match for he wants. Standard bids show the price per item and don’t provide a totals row since the underlying assumption is that the customer will only select one of the options offered by the bid.
The Standard bid is the most common type of bid.
The customer wants 48 shirts printed 2 colors on the front, or 60 shirts, or 100 shirts, and maybe 2 colors on the front and 1 color on the back.
But they will pick only one quantity of shirts and one decoration for all the shirts.
With Fast Accurate Bids, this is easy and quick. And with the total price with tax, your customer can make an informed decision.
Simple one item bids
Or a range of quantities of items in a bid
24, 36 and 48 shirts with one color front AND 24, 36 and 48 shirts with one color front and one color back
Here is the same bid customized, with columns hidden to make the bid easier to read.
A standard bid, all the same item, but sizes added to the description.
Here is a bid for 48 black shirts printed with one color on one side.
Here is the same bid with each size called out, note the price is exactly the same. This is a Mixed Item Bid now.
Here is the same bid customized for easier reading.
A quick embroidery bid with one item
Or embroidery on different quantities of items, with total price to the customer on the bid
Same bid customized on the Line Items Page
Or give your customer a choice of price points, using different items with the same decorations