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Product Level Specificity vs. Variant Level Specificity
Product Level Specificity vs. Variant Level Specificity

The difference between product and variant level specificity bundles

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Written by Ana Bunaiasu
Updated over a week ago

Creating bundle offers that make sense for customers and managing inventory and bundles efficiently is made easier with the help of specificity level. Bundle Bee provides two main options:

Product Level Specificity

You can create bundles by including products with all their available variants. You can choose which variants to include or exclude, but the quantity required to redeem the offer is set at the product level. Your customers can select any available variant to claim the bundle offer, making it a great option if the variant doesn't matter.

Be aware that some popular variants may sell out faster, or you may be left with stock quantities of variants that don't sell as well.

Variant Level Specificity

This option allows you to specifically choose which variants to include in your bundles offers and adjust their particular quantity levels separately.

Each of your chosen variants will also be displayed individually as part of your bundles. This is useful if you have higher stocks of variants that are less popular. You can use this to upsell them as part of offers and special bundles that your customers may find attractive.

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