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Excel - Return Value based on multiple criteria

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I am trying to work out how to do a lookup based on required quantity.
I have a forecast which shows me how many items i need to buy per item, some of the items have price breaks from the vendors so if i buy more than 5 or 10 the price will change.

So i need to first look up the Part No. then return the unit cost, but again i need it to skip the unit cost until it falls within a price break quantity. I feel like this is simple but im wrecking my head for a solution.

 

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Thanks in advance for any solution offered

 

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@DBolton10 

In J4:

 

=XLOOKUP(I4,FILTER($D$4:$D$17,$A$4:$A$17=H4),FILTER($E$4:$E$17,$A$4:$A$17=H4),"",-1)

 

You can copy J4 to J6.

 

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Solution

@DBolton10 

=INDEX($F$4:$F$17,MATCH(1,($A$4:$A$17=I4)*($D$4:$D$17<=J4)*($E$4:$E$17>=J4),0))

You can try this formula along with a helper column. In the example the helper column is "Qty to" column E. Enter the formula with ctrl+shift+enter if you don't work with Office 365 or Excel 2021.

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Thank you@OliverScheurich 

 

This worked well, i really need to study up on index/match. i do everything else but never mastered this.

 

Thanks

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@DBolton10 

=INDEX($F$4:$F$17,MATCH(1,($A$4:$A$17=I4)*($D$4:$D$17<=J4)*($E$4:$E$17>=J4),0))

You can try this formula along with a helper column. In the example the helper column is "Qty to" column E. Enter the formula with ctrl+shift+enter if you don't work with Office 365 or Excel 2021.

price.JPG

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