Use bundles to boost sales, turn inventory, and stand out from your competitors. With Stitch, you can virtually group items, allowing you to sell grouped items without tying up stock in pre-packed kits.
Tip: For a how-to on bundling, see our Bundles article.
Sell multiple items together as a combo or variety pack. Bundle new or slow-selling items with more popular items to boost average order value and move inventory.
Example: This Hat and Scarf bundle is sold as a simple product on the channel and bundled in Stitch, drawing availability from the Hat and Scarf variants.
Upsell your customer with a multi-pack—especially effective for apparel basics and home accessories.
Example: This Throw Pillow (Set of 4) is sold as a simple product on the channel and bundled as four units of the Throw Pillow (Single) variant in Stitch.
Let the customer mix and match their own bundle. Each combination is a variant on your sales channel (a "channel listing" in Stitch), linked to a corresponding bundle in Stitch.
Tip: To convert bundles in bulk, use the Inventory CSV.
Sell assembled-to-order items that draw stock from existing components. For example, configure custom-screenprinted apparel as a bundle drawing from a shared blank.
Example: These custom screen-printed Mets and Yankees tees—each sold in three sizes on the channel—draw from the same blanks in Stitch. Each t-shirt size is configured as a bundle in Stitch, drawing availability from the Blank Tee variants. No need to add a "dummy variant" for the design.
Use bundles to offer promotional add-ons with certain items. Market these add-ons to boost order value or surprise your customers as part of a loyalty program.