# How to calculate the discount total depending on the amount of options selected from the Multiple Choice field.

**K9Trio**Hi, I have a multiple choice field, I would like to put a total depending on what they chose. If they chose just one it's $125, if they choose 2 it's 10% off, 3 15% off, 4 20% off. I'm not sure what the conditional logic would be? Or do I have to have each of these in their separate field? Any help appreciated, formulas aren't my best thing.

*This is a re-post of a comment on Conditional Logic Inserts Text/Calculation Into A Field*- JotForm Support
**jonathan**You just need to

**assign calculation values**first to the choices/options in the multiple choice field.Check this user guide: How-to-Assign-Calculation-Value

Then use the Calculation widget to do the calculations. It will be simpler now since each of the choices/options have actual numeric value in Multiple Choice field.

Let us know if you need further assistance.

**K9Trio**I've got that but don't know how to do the percentage discounts? i

f they select more than one they get a discount depending on how many they have chosen.

If they choose 2 it's 10% off, 3 15% off, 4 20% off. It's not dependant on what choices. They can chose options 2, 4, 5 and they are to receive a 15% discount

Or they can choose options 3 & 4 and get a 5% discount

Or they can choose option 1, 2, 3, & 4 and get a 20% discount

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**BDAVID**You can use conditional logic to calculate the percentage discount, what is the form you are working on? We will be glad to help you set it up.

**K9Trio**- JotForm Support
**BDAVID**I have created the following workaround for you:

1) Add 6 form calculations widgets(one for each of your products):

2) Use conditions to output the value of "1" to each of them, if the corresponding product was selected.

For example, if

**product one**is selected, then the value "1" would be set in the widget called "**Product 1"**.These are all the conditions:

3) Add another Form Calculation widget, which I labeled as "

**Total Products selected**", to sum all the previous fields(**Product1**+**Product2**+**Product3**+**Product4**+**Product5**+**Product6**) .4) Add another Form Calculation widget which I labeled as "

**Discount total**".5) Rename the

**Total Owing**as "**Subtotal Owing**":6) Add another calculation widget(name it

**Total Owing**) to calculate the total(**subtotal**-**discount amount**):7) Now, create the following conditions to calculation the discount amount:

8) Finally, hide the fields you don't want to show to the user:

Please test my clone version of your form: https://form.jotformpro.com/71516840780963

You can clone it and use it if you want to: https://www.jotform.com/help/42-How-to-Clone-an-Existing-Form-from-a-URL

Let us know if you have more questions.

**K9Trio**This is exactly what I needed thank you so much