The bundle object and the allowed CRUD operations on the related resource endpoint
Bundles describe a set of specific products that are being sold. A unique code identifies each bundle. The bundle name, description, and image URL are best suited for internal usage (Commerce Layer is not a CMS). Bundles are linked to manual SKU lists, inheriting the SKUs from there.
A maximum of 10 SKU list items are permitted for each bundle. Once an SKU list is associated with a bundle, its items cannot be added, removed, or updated, unless you first destroy all of the linked bundles.
compare_at_amount_centsattributes: the latter can be specified or computed as the sum of the SKUs, but is always guaranteed to be smaller than or equal to the former. Once a price is assigned to a bundle, the currency is inherited by the relationship with the associated active market. If that relationship is not specified, a currency must be assigned to the bundle.
Check the related ER diagram and explore the flowchart that illustrates how the bundle resource relates to the other API entities.