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How to create custom prices for specific products based on customers/customer tags?

To understand how the B2B Solution - Custom Pricing app works, please refer to the following instruction.

Note: The app is fully compatible with our new app Login to Access Pages & Prices => Login to See Customizable Prices for Specific Groups of Customers.

Before you create the rule, always make sure that you already checked the compatibility score of the theme and the app.

1. Creating pricing rules

Under CUSTOM PRICING, go to Rules tab and choose the "Create new rule" button.

Under General Information:

  • Enter the Name of the rule
  • Enter the Priority.

+ 0 is the highest priority.

+ In case there are several rules applied to the products or customers, the higher priority is used. If they have the same priorities, the latest created rule is used.

  • Set "Status" to Enable to active the rule or Disable it as wish.

Under Apply to Customers, choose among:

  • All customers; or
  • Logged-in customers; or
  • Non-logged-in customers; or
  • Specific customers; or
  • Customer tags.

Multiple selections are allowed.

Under Apply to Products:

  • Choose All Products, or
  • Search to choose Specific Products, or
  • Search to choose Product Collections, or
  • Search to choose Product Tags.

Multiple selections are allowed.

The tags are helpful to categorise customers and products so that you can choose and apply the pricing rules to customers and products in bulk.

In Shopify you can add tags in Customers grid and Product grid. Even more, the B2B Solution app allows adding the tags automatically based on various conditions.

Keep reading: How to add a tag to customers/products: manually and automatically?

Under Custom Prices, apply the custom prices based on three ways available:

  • Applying a price to selected products, or
  • Decreasing a fixed amount of the original prices, or
  • Decreasing the original prices by a percentage.

You can also check the summary of the rule, along with new prices applied by choosing "Show product pricing details."

2. Manage price rules

All created rules are saved in a grid under the "Rules" tab, in which you can check information of the rules like Name, Status, Priority, and Action.

3. Go to the storefront

Login the account to check the prices for Logged-in customers/specific customers/customer tags. Log-out the account to check the prices for non-logged-in customers.

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