How To Add Sales Prices To Products and Variants || Shopify Help Center


Setting a sale price on products and variants
is a way to discount items without using a discount code. This method shows both the original price
and the sale price so your customers can see the price comparison. For example, if you are having a sale and
want to discount all fitness trackers, set the sale prices on your fitness tracker products
so it shows both the sales price and the original price. The sales price is called the compare at price
in Shopify. Seeing both prices helps offer an incentive
for customers to purchase, as they see the bargain. This video shows how to set the sale price
on a product and product variants. First, how to set the sale price on a single
variant product. Start in the Shopify Admin. Click Products. Click on the product you’d like to set a
sale price on. Scroll down to the Pricing section. In this example, the Waterproof Fitness Tracker
has a Price of $30.00. Take the original price of the product and
enter it in the Compare at Price section. Then, adjust the value in the Price field
to show the new sale price. In this example, the new sale price is $20.00.The
customer sees that this product is now $10.00 off. The value in Compare at price must be higher
than the value in Price to show a sale. If the Price is higher than the Compare at
price, then the item will not appear as though it’s on sale. Click Save. Click View to see how the product appears
on your online store. Next, how to add a sale price to a product
with multiple variants. On the All Products tab, click on the product
you’d like to set a sale price on. Scroll down to the Variants section. In this example, this tracker has ten variants. Click Edit next to the first variant that
needs a sale price. This opens the variant product page. Scroll to the Pricing section. In this example, the Bracelet Fitness Tracker
in the color black has a Price of $40.00. Add the original price of the product to the
Compare at Price field. Then, adjust the Price field to show the new
sale price. In this example, the new sale price set in
the Price field is $30.00. Click Save. Click on the next variant that you need to
edit, and adjust as necessary. To do this quickly, this can also be done
in the Bulk Editor. Watch the video linked above to learn how
to use the Bulk Editor. Click the arrow to go back to the product
page. Click View, and select the variant you made
changes to, to see how this product’s price appears on your online store. The theme you have published determines how
the sale price displays on the online store pages. Some themes, like Pop have badges that display
the item is on sale. There are also Apps in the Shopify App store
that can add sale badges. For single-variant products, the sale’s
price often displays with both the Compare at price and Price. For a product with multiple variants, the
sales price displays the lowest sales price available out of all the variants. For more videos on how to grow your business,
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7 thoughts on “How To Add Sales Prices To Products and Variants || Shopify Help Center

  1. Timestamps:
    0:00 – Intro
    0:38 – Set sale prices on single variant products
    1:37 – Set sale prices on products with multiple variants

  2. Aly your voice and accent is like a sweet kid❤ I like your voice helpful video 👍🏻

  3. Hi ! I would like to know. The color of the new price (sale text), can I change it ? Or, it will always be red ? Thank you !

  4. I wanted to change the compare at price. In the management account it changes however when I go to look at how the product actually shows I stays on the old one. It's been 3 days like that. What should I do?

  5. Is there seriously no faster way to do this? Manually changing each price (even via bulk) Theres no way to tag a discount under promotions and have it populate to the selected items or catelogs? This means when your "sale" is over you have to go back and manually undo everthing as well… Any plans to develop an easier method?

  6. Hi! I tried doing this but I don't have a ''compare price to'' section in my store. Is there any chance you guys updated Shopify and put it somewhere else? My product has 3 variants if that changes anything.

    Update: Nevermind, you just have to press the edit button for anyone having the same problem finding it as me. Hope this comment helped someone 🙂

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