This feature is available on the Professional plan. Click here to learn more about pricing and plans.
Do you need to control pricing for individual products, rather than apply a wholesale discount to a collection? Use the Custom Prices feature addition to set a new price for any product or variant in your catalog.
From our blog:
"According to Beth, her favourite feature is the Custom Prices option included in the Wholesale Club Professional plan. It’s helped her set individual pricing easily since she installed the app in early 2017."Read more
Create a customer tag
To add Custom Prices, create a customer tag with a 0% discount rate and add all the collections containing products that require a new price.
Add Custom Prices in the app
You can search for the products you want to update in the Custom Prices page of the app and add a new price for each customer tag. Click Save to update the price.
You can erase a Custom Price by clearing the number entered in the price field.
If you edit the name of one of your wholesale tags, any Custom Prices assigned to that tag will be removed and must be re-entered.
In order to add a Custom Price, products must have a SKU in the Shopify admin.
Import Custom Prices by CSV
You can add price lists for different customer tags at once by importing a CSV file. A template containing all of your products and customer groups will be available for download in the app.
You can edit the prices in this template in a spreadsheet program (we recommend Google Sheets) and import the file to the Custom Prices page of Wholesale Club when you’re done adding wholesale prices. Once the upload is complete you'll see the updated prices in your Custom Prices page.
The template needs to remain in the same format. Do not add new columns or rows to the template when editing the spreadsheet.
To make quick changes, you can edit prices on the page rather than importing a new CSV.
Microsoft Excel sometimes converts the Variant ID column to scientific notation, producing characters that cannot be recognized by the app. We recommend using Google Sheets to edit your CSV template.
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