Price Groups - Specific Sale Price

The Specific Sale Price Group is a simple Price Group, which sets a discount price for specific products.

Creating a Specific Sale Price Price Group

To create a Price Group, click the Marketing header and then the Price Groups tab.

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Next, click the Add Price Group button in the upper right corner.

In the box that opens, give your Price Group a Name. Then decide what the Eligibility is for the Price Group you are creating. For more info on configuring these, click here.

Finally, select Specific Sale Price in the type field.

In the Discount Settings field section you can enter a Custom Field Code if desired.

Note

Because this is specific to a product, you will finish the usual Price Group configuration as shown below, but then you will need to go into a product page to put the product in the Price Group. See below.

Basket/Qualifying Restrictions

Next, configure your desired Basket/Qualifying Restrictions. For more info on configuring these, click here.

Price Group Settings

Then, configure your desired Price Group Settings. For more info on configuring these, click here.

Exclusions

Finally, configure your desired Exclusions. For more info on configuring exclusions, click here.

When finished, click the Add button.

Product Level Setting

Once the Specific Sale Price Price Group is established, in order to set the sale price, you will go to the product page for the inventory item you want to offer a sale price on.

In the Price Groups tab on the product's page, click the button in the Assigned column, next to the Specific Sale Price Price Group you want to assign to the product.

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Then, click back into the Product tab. Once there, scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the Sale Pricing section and can enter the Special Sale Price in the empty field. Then click Update.

Note

Specific Sale Prices can be imported and exported under Data Management. For additional information, click here.

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Caution

A product make have multiple specific sale prices assigned to it. In the event a customer qualifies for multiple price groups, the lowest price will always be the price they pay.

When the customer visits the product's webpage, the new price will be reflected.

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