I'm developing a series of info products (downloadable) that will eventually be sold as a bundle. But right now there's just the one.
The bundle price will be a substantial discount from the total price of all the products.
But I don't want to discourage anyone from buying Module 1 right now, Module 2 in a week or so, Module 3 a couple weeks after that, and so on.
Specifically, let's say there are ten products at $20 each. But the bundle will be $95, and I don't want anyone to regret buying the first five products--early!--at a total of $100 when they could have had the whole bundle for five bucks less.
What I'd like to be able to do is for e-junkie to remember that my customer already has the first four modules and then simply offer the bundle for $15.
Is that at all possible? It's kind of an important part of my pricing strategy.
--Mark in Cleveland