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Have you ever seen an advertisement with a ** sale** sign on it? Of course, you do.

Companies and shopping brands announce sales on their stocks in various seasons. These sales are subjected to cultural events where companies offer a discount on their products for their customers.

But, have you ever tried to figure out the total discount amount after a specific percent off? Or do you just ask the salesman about the new price of the product after the discount?

Our *percentage off calculator*** **lets you calculate the new price of a product after deducting the amount of percentage off from the original price. It does all that by only taking the original price and discount percentage as input.

Here, we will explain a lot of other things along with the formula for percent off, how percent off calculator works, and **how to calculate percentage off **with examples.

Percent Off Calculator

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Imagine having this calculator opened on your mobile on Black Friday. On this day, every brand runs the promotional campaigns by offering a specific amount of % off on almost entire stocks.

Most of the companies use billboards and advertisements around their shops to announce a special discount. Don’t you think it would be overwhelming to calculate the discount offered by a brand using this **sale price calculator** and that too, without even visiting the shop?

But before all that, let’s check out, how to use this **sale calculator.**

- First of all, determine the original price of the product and enter it in the given input box.
- Enter the percentage off on that specific product.
- Hit the
**Calculate**button to get the discounted price. - Use the
**Reset**button to enter new values for the next calculation.

You will get a discounted or new price of the product after discount as well as the total amount of saving. Apart from calculating % off, you can also use our percentage calculator if you need to calculate the percentage in your grades or the percent amount of any quantity.

The formula for percentage off is the simple equation that can be used to find the sale price of a product after the discount. It can be stated as:

**Sale Price = Original Price × (1 - Percent Off)**

The sale price formula can also be used as:

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Original Price × Percent Off)**

**Saved amount = Original Price - Sale Price**

Both formulas for sales prices are the same. You can use any one of them that seems easy to you. The original price refers to the price before the deduction of a discount.

If you are not interested in formulas and equations, you can use our **percentage calculator off **above to get the sale price of your favorite item after the discount.

Now that you know the formula for calculating the sales price of an item using a discount percentage, you should also know how to find % off amount without using a calculator. Here, we will illustrate the calculations with examples.

To calculate the percent off, follow the below steps:

- Identify the original price and write it down.
- Identify the % off and write it down.
- Write down the percent off formula aka sales price formula.
- Substitute the values in the equation.
- Solve the equation to get the percentage off price.

**Calculate ****20% off 40?**

__Solution__:

** Step 1:** Identify the original price and write it down.

**Original price = 40**

** Step 2: **Identify the % off and write it down.

**Percent off = 20%**

** Step 3: **Write down the percent off formula aka sales price formula.

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Original Price × Percent Off)**

** Step 4: **Substitute the values in the equation.

**Sale Price = 40 – (40 × 20%)**

** Step 5: **Solve the equation to get the percentage off price.

**Sale Price = 40 – (40 × 20/100)**

**Sales Price = 40 – 8 = 32**

So, the new sale price of a **$40** item after **20% off** would be **$32. **We can also calculate the saved amount by deducting the sales price from the original price.

**Saved amount = Original Price - Sale Price**

**Saved amount = 40 – 32 = 8**

It means you would save a total of **$8** of you get a **20% off** on a **$40** item. You can also use our **20 off calculator **above anytime to get a discounted price.

Here is a table that shows sales price after applying different amounts of percent off on various initial prices.

Initial Price | Price After % Off | ||||

10% off | 15% off | 20% off | 25% off | 30% off | |

$10.00 | $9.00 | $8.50 | $8.00 | $7.50 | $7.00 |

$20.00 | $18.00 | $17.00 | $16.00 | $15.00 | $14.00 |

$30.00 | $27.00 | $25.50 | $24.00 | $22.50 | $21.00 |

$40.00 | $36.00 | $34.00 | $32.00 | $30.00 | $28.00 |

$50.00 | $45.00 | $42.50 | $40.00 | $37.50 | $35.00 |

$60.00 | $54.00 | $51.00 | $48.00 | $45.00 | $42.00 |

$70.00 | $63.00 | $59.50 | $56.00 | $52.50 | $49.00 |

$80.00 | $72.00 | $68.00 | $64.00 | $60.00 | $56.00 |

$90.00 | $81.00 | $76.50 | $72.00 | $67.50 | $63.00 |

$100.00 | $90.00 | $85.00 | $80.00 | $75.00 | $70.00 |

To calculate the percentage off,

- Multiply the original price with percentage off.
- Subtract the answer from the original price.
- You have a new sales price after the discount.

To calculate 25 percent off, you need the original price first. After getting the original price,

- Multiply the original price with 25/100.
- Deduct the answer in the previous step from the original price.
- The amount you got is 25 percent off of the original price.

You should have the original price of the time to take 20% off. Suppose the original price is $50.

- Multiply the original price with 20%.

50 × 20/100 = 10

- Deduct the answer you get in the previous step from the original price.

50 – 10 = $40

- You have to pay $40 after 20% off on the original price of $50.

To calculate 15% off $35,

- Multiply 35 with 15%. i.e. 35 × 15/100 = 5.25
- Subtract 5.25 from 35. i.e. 35 – 5.25 = $29.75
- $29.75 is the new price after 15% off $35.