Product Pricing Groups Information & Overview


If the Customer Pricing plan is enabled in Custom Pricing, tags should be created under Manage Tags first before creating product price groups. Please visit Create, Edit or Delete Customer Tags for further steps with creating tags in Custom Pricing.


The product pricing groups are how Custom Pricing determines which items you want to offer wholesale pricing on.

You're able to set specific discounts on products that will override the default discounts you've applied with your pricing tags.

Note: The default discount would be the store-wide discount, if you selected the checkbox while creating your customer tags.

With Custom Pricing Premium, you're able to go even further with this, and apply discounts to specific variants using the Detailed Pricing feature.

The Quantity Breaks module provides you with ability to create and offer additional pricing discounts to customers that purchase multiples of certain items or variants.




Once you've created your tags, product price groups will need to be created in order to apply different discounts across your products.

If you'd like to apply a different discount for each product, you'll need to create a price group for each product you want to offer a discount for.


Product A and Product B both cost $10.00. You'd like to offer a $2.00 discount for Product A, and a $5.00 discount for Product B, for users tagged with "VIP. Two price groups will need to be created.




The 'override cents' setting allows you to set rules for the cents of a product price, for each product in the price group.

Products or variants can be assigned manually one at a time - or in bulk via collection, product type, vendor or a custom filtered list.

You can also set when to apply the discounts set in a price group by enabling a start and end date for the price group. This feature is only available while Custom Pricing is set to Accelerated Draft Orders - Version 3.

Please see Discount Methods and How to Switch for more information on switching to this discount method.

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