Shopify Markets Compatibility with Bold Products

Shopify Markets functionality allows store owners with a need to sell internationally to identify, set up, and offer product pricing in multiple markets (currencies). The aim of this article is to advise on the compatibility of Bold applications with Shopify Markets, and the important considerations to be aware of before proceeding with Shopify Markets.

Please select an app below to learn more about its compatibility with Shopify Markets.

 


 

Depending on the version of Bundles you are using, the use of non-primary markets will have a different impact. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store's default currency.

 Pro-Tip

If you are unsure of your Bundles version, please visit Discounting Methods & How to Switch Methods in Bold Bundles.

 


 

Variant Dependent Method - Version 1

When the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market, the Bundle widget will not show converted prices.

Converted prices will be correct in the cart and checkout.

 

Draft Order Method - Version 2

When the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market, converted prices will be incorrect in the widget, cart, and checkout.

 

Accelerated Method - Version 3

When the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market, converted prices will be incorrect in the widget and on the cart page.

Converted prices will be correct in the checkout.

 


 

Depending on the version of Custom Pricing you are using, the use of non-primary markets will have a different impact. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store's default currency.

 Pro-Tip

If you are unsure of your Custom Pricing version, please visit Custom Pricing Discount Methods and How to Switch.

 


 

Variant Dependent Method - Version 1

When the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market, converted pricing will not be displayed within the Quantity Breaks grid.

Converted prices will be correct in the cart and checkout.

 

Draft Order Method - Version 2

The use of non-primary markets will have a different impact depending on how you are discounting your products.

When using a price discount or fixed price, converted pricing will be incorrect on the storefront and in the checkout.

When discounting by percentage, converted pricing will be correct on the storefront and checkout.

 

Accelerated Method - Version 3

When the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market, converted prices will not work in the checkout.

 


 

Depending on the version of Bold Discounts you are using, the use of non-primary markets will have a different impact. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store's default currency.

 Pro-Tip

If you are unsure of your Discounts version, please visit Bold Discounts V1 & Bold Discounts Powered by Price Rules (V2) Comparison.

 


 

Discounts V1

There are no limitations using non-primary markets when prices are converted automatically. However, discounts set in Discounts V1 will not be detected when setting a fixed price in Shopify Markets.

 

Discounts Powered by Bold Price Rules

The use of non-primary markets will have a different impact depending on how you are discounting your products.

If you are discounting your products using a fixed price, the converted prices will be incorrect on the storefront and in the checkout.

If you are discounting your products by percentage or price discount, converted prices will be correct on the storefront and checkout page.

 


 

When using Shopify Markets with Bold Memberships, the membership price will not be converted correctly.

All other Memberships features will continue to function as expected.

 


 

There are no limitations between Bold Quickbooks Integration and Shopify Markets.

 


 

On the product page and Subscriptions checkout, Bold Subscriptions V1 will not display the correct price when the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store’s default currency.

 


 

On the product page, Bold Subscriptions V2 will not display the correct price within the subscriptions widget when the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store’s default currency.

 


 

Upsell Modal

The Upsell modal is not capable of displaying the market price. This is due to how Shopify Markets round the converted price.

 

Upsell Cart Values

When creating an upsell offer with a set cart price, the cart’s set price range will behave as expected when using Shopify Markets.

 

Upsell After Checkout

Upsells after checkout will not trigger for customers when the Shopify Market is set to a non-primary market. A non-primary market is a currency that does not match your store’s default currency.

 

Upsell Reports & Logging

Reports within the Upsell admin will display correctly when using Shopify Markets.

 


 

There are no limitations between Bold Xero Integration and Shopify Markets.

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