# Triple Discount Calculator

Free online triple discount calculator – Calculate triple discounts effortlessly with our triple discount calculator. Determine the final price after applying multiple discounts to save big on your purchases.

Original price:

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1st Discount:

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2nd Discount:

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3rd Discount:

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 Final Price Difference

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## Triple discount formula

The triple discount formula is used to calculate the final price of an item after three successive discounts have been applied.

FP = OP * (1 – d1) * (1 – d2) * (1 -d3)

• FP = Final price
• OP = original price
• d1 = 1st discount in percentage
• d2 = 2nd discount in percentage
• d3 = 3rd discount in percentage

## How to calculate a triple discount?

to calculate a triple discount, you need to:

1. Write down the three discounts in percentage (eg: 10%)
2. Find the amount of difference the 1 and each discount.
3. Multiply together the three numbers = (1-d1)*(1-d2)*(1-d3)
4. Multiply the result by the original price.

You’ve obtained the final price after three discounts.

Question:- Let’s consider an example of a triple discount: Original price: \$100
Discount rates: First discount: 20%, Second discount: 10% and third discount: 15%

To calculate the triple discount, we’ll apply each discount consecutively:

1. Applying the first discount:
Price after the first discount = \$100 – (20% * \$100) = \$100 – \$20 = \$80
2. Applying the second discount:
Price after the second discount = \$80 – (10% * \$80) = \$80 – \$8 = \$72
3. Applying the third discount:
Final discounted price = \$72 – (15% * \$72) = \$72 – \$10.80 = \$61.20

Therefore, the final discounted price after applying all three discounts would be \$61.20.

## FAQ

### What is a triple discount

A triple discount is the method of applying three discounts to a price to determine the final discount price.

### What is a 5% discount on 250

To calculate the discount amount:
Discount amount = 5% of \$250 = 0.05 * \$250 = \$12.50
To calculate the discounted price:
Discounted price = \$250 – \$12.50 = \$237.50