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As it is working I suggest you keep it in a safe place . However as I suggested earlier you can simplify your if/else blocks by removing the common code and putting it at the end. Also, why set the discountrate to a hard coded value when you previously declared constants for the various rates? So it could be something like:
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    if (purchased >= 100)
    {
        discountrate = FIFTY_PCT_double;
    }
    //if the purchased units are greater than or equal to 50,               
    //but less than or equal to 99, put 40% in the first label
    else if (purchased >= 50)
    {
        discountrate = FORTY_PCT_double;

    }
    //if the purchased units are greater than or equal to 20, 
    //or less than or equal to 49, use 30% in the first label
    else if (purchased >= 20)
    {
        discountrate = THIRTY_PCT_double;

    }
    //if the purchased amount is less than or equal to 19 
    //or greater than or equal to 10, use %20 in the first label
    else if (purchased >= 10)
    {
        discountrate = TWENTY_PCT_double;
    }
    //if the purchased amount is between 0 and 10 or equal, the discount is 0%
    else
    {
        discountrate = ZERO_PCT_double;

    }
    saved = (purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double) * discountrate;
    retail = purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double;
    total = retail - saved;

    discountLabel.Text = string.Format("{0}%", discountrate * 100);
    totalLabel.Text = total.ToString("c"); 
    total = retail - saved;
    retail = purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double;
    savedLabel.Text = saved.ToString("c");
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
    MessageBox.Show(ex.Message);
}

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