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Prices

A price is one of the properties of a product. Any product can have one or more prices. The customer can see one of the prices on a checkout page. These prices are set in accordance with the Terms of Sale.

The price you set up for a product may differ from the final sales price. The following affects the final sales price:

  • Checkout currency.
    The currency in which you set the price for a product may differ from the currency in which the customer sees the price at checkout. If these currencies differ - when adding the product to the cart on the checkout page, the price is converted into the checkout currency at the exchange rate valid for the current date.
  • Tax regulations.
    The amount of VAT may be included in the sales price or charged on top of it when adding a product to the checkout page. The Agreement signed with you determines the rules for VAT calculation.
  • Product quantity at checkout.
    You can set the price per unit in accordance with the product quantity on the checkout page. E.g., when purchasing 1 up to 5 units of a product, the price per unit is 100. However, when purchasing more than 5 units, the price per unit is 90.
  • Discount availability.
    You can use several product discount options. More details on discounts and promotions

There are several ways to set up the price per unit:

With this pricing model:

  • The price per unit is the same when buying any quantity of the product.
  • The product is available for sale in all currencies according to your agreement.
  • You set the price in one of the base currencies: USD/EUR. Further, this price is used to calculate the product price in the currency selected by the customer at checkout. The currencies available to the customer are determined in accordance with the Agreement you sign.
  • If the currency on the checkout page (checkout currency) differs from the currency in which you set the price, price conversion takes place at the exchange rate valid for a current date.

Use Cases:

  • You do not lower/increase the price according to the product quantity purchased.
  • The customer can purchase any product quantity (1 up to infinity).
  • The product is available for sale in all the currencies determined by your agreement.
  • Your price list uses one currency only, and prices in other currencies are calculated according to a current exchange rate.
  • You do not have individual prices set for certain checkout currencies.

Example:

  • Price per product unit: 100 USD.
  • Product price at checkout:
    • For 1 product unit in dollars: 100 х 1= 100 USD.
    • For 5 product units in dollars: 100 х 5= 500 USD.
    • If the checkout currency is changed to EUR, the price is also converted to EUR.

How to set up:

With this pricing model:

  • The price per unit depends on the product quantity being purchased. You set quantity ranges and an individual price per range.
  • The product is available for sale in all currencies according to your agreement.
  • You set the price in one of the base currencies: USD/EUR. Further, this price is used to calculate the product price in the currency selected by the customer at checkout. The currencies available to the customer are determined in accordance with the Agreement you sign.
  • If the currency on the checkout page (checkout currency) differs from the currency in which you set the price, price conversion takes place at the exchange rate valid for a current date.

Use Cases:

  • You lower or increase the price according to the product quantity being purchased, and (or) you want to limit the product quantity that can be purchased.
  • The product is available for sale in all the currencies determined by your agreement.
  • Your price list uses one currency only, and prices in other currencies are calculated according to a current exchange rate.
  • You do not have individual prices set for certain checkout currencies.

Example:

  • Price per product unit:
    • When purchasing 1 up to 5 product units: 100 USD.
    • When purchasing more than 6 product units: 90 USD.
  • Product price at checkout:
    • For 1 product unit in dollars: 100 х 1= 100 USD.
    • For 10 product units in dollars: 90 х 10= 900 USD.
    • If the checkout currency is changed to EUR, the price is also converted to EUR.

How to set up:

With this pricing model:

  • The price per unit is the same when buying any quantity of the product.
  • The product is available for sale only in the currencies for which you entered the price.
  • You set an individual price per checkout currency.

Use Cases:

  • You do not lower/increase the price according to the product quantity purchased.
  • The customer can purchase any product quantity (1 up to infinity).
  • The product price has one or more pecularities when being sold in a particular currency:
    • The currency has an individual price set. E.g., you want the product price to be higher in one currency than in other currencies.
    • The price must remain unaltered if the currency exchange rate changes.
    • The product is not available for sale in some currencies.

Example:

  • Currencies available in your checkout page: USD and PLN (polish zloty).
  • Price per product unit: 100 USD and 400 PLN; however, you did not enter the price in EUR.
  • Product price at checkout:
    • For 1 product unit in dollars: 100 х 1= 100 USD.
    • For 5 product units in dollars: 100 х 5= 500 USD.
    • For 1 product unit in zloty: 400 х 1= 400 PLN.
    • For 5 product units in zloty: 400 х 5= 2000 PLN.
    • The product cannot be purchased in EUR.

How to set up:

With this pricing model:

  • The price per unit depends on the product quantity being purchased. You set quantity ranges and an individual prices per range.
  • The product is available for sale only in the currencies for which you entered the price.
  • You set individual prices per unit for each checkout currency in each quantity range.

Use Cases:

  • You lower or increase the price according to the product quantity being purchased, and (or) you want to limit the product quantity that can be purchased.
  • The product price has one or more pecularities when being sold in a particular currency:
    • The currency has an individual price set. E.g., you want the product price to be higher in one currency than in other currencies.
    • The price must remain unaltered if the currency exchange rate changes.
    • The product is not available for sale in some currencies.

Example:

  • Currencies available in your checkout page: USD and PLN (polish zloty).
  • Price per product unit:
    • When purchasing 1 up to 5 product units: 100 USD and 400 PLN.
      When purchasing more than 6 product units: 90 USD and 350 PLN.
    • You did not enter the price in EUR.
  • Product price at checkout:
    • For 1 product unit in dollars: 100 х 1= 100 USD.
    • For 10 product units in dollars: 90 х 10= 900 USD.
    • For 1 product unit in zloty: 400 х 1= 400 PLN.
    • For 10 product units in zloty: 350 х 10= 3500 PLN.
    • The product cannot be purchased in EUR.

How to set up:

Use prices to limit the quantity of a product sold. You can use the pricing models in which the price per unit is based on purchased product quantities (Volume pricing, Volume pricing and options).

When entering a quantity range:

  • Start ranging with the quantity value greater than 1 to limit the minimum product quantity that can be sold.
  • Set the last value in the range to ∞ if the maximum product quantity available for purchase should not be limited. Otherwise, set a numeric value to limit the maximum quantity available.

Use prices to limit a product sale in a specific currency. You can use the pricing models in which the price per unit depends on purchased product quantities (One price for each currency, Volume pricing and options).

When using these models, you enter a product price value individually for each checkout currency. To limit - enter the price values only for the currencies in which sales should be available.

VAT is charged according to the Agreement you sign. The settings can be confugired in accordance with a country of sale.

Settings availbale:

  • VAT is included - when creating a product, you must transfer a final price with VAT included.
  • VAT is charged on top - when creating a product, you must transfer a price excluding VAT. VAT is included automatically on at checkout.

VAT rates are calculated automatically in accordance with a country of sale.

Price Format: Default

By default, the checkout page displays:

  • Price per unit.
  • Total price. It includes product quantities and applied discounts.

The "per month" price format allows you to display an additional monthly price of a product next to its usual price on your checkout page. This can make the price of the product more attractive to customers. 

Example:

  • The price of a product is $120. The product is valid for 1 year.
  • If the "per month" format is disabled, the customer sees the following price on the checkout page: $120.
  • If the "per month" format is enabled, the customer sees the following price on the checkout page: $120 ($10 per month).

Please note that when using the "per month" format, you do not change the price value of a product. The format adjusts the price display only. The customer pays the full price of the product they purchase in a single payment, as if the price uses the default format.

The "per month" format specifics include the following:

  • The format is applied automatically to all the products present on the checkout page, if:
    • The validity period value has been entered per product.
    • The validity period is set in months or years and is greater than or equal to one month.
    • The additional parameter has been transferred in the checkout link.
  • If the conditions are not met, the default price display format is used.
  • Only used on a checkout page. The created order page, the closing documents and other places display only full prices.
  • Only affects the products present on the checkout page. Does not affect the products suggested in the recommendation block, pop-up offers, etc.
  • Displayed only for the price per product item (price based on product quantity). Not displayed for the price per unit.

To display prices in the "per month" format: