How to add and adjust prices shown on products.
Product Pricing Options: You have some options when it comes to how you show your product pricing to the customer. These include the normal price to the customer, an "On Sale" Price, the "Recommend Retail Price (RRP)" and "Including" and "Excluding" "VAT". You also have the option to add a "Cost" Price to each product for internal use.
Price: This is the normal selling price that the customer will see on the shop front.
POA: Price on Application removes the Product Price from the shop front. This option is useful for custom or bespoke products or services that need customers to get in touch with you first.
On Sale Price: If you wish to put an item on sale for whatever reason; to move excess or old stock, for a promotion or January sales, you can do this via the "Product Edit" page by adding a value to the relevant field. This will automatically add an "On Sale" label to the product picture on the Shop Front - as long as your template allows. With a Sales price added, the regular price has a strike-through and a note is added to tell the customer just how much they're saving by purchasing this item on sale.
Retail Price (RRP): The Recommended Retail price is normally set by the Wholesaler or Manufacturer. Adding a figure in to this field will (once activated within Template Settings) show like this on the shop front with the RRP formatted with a 'Strike-through'. £99.99 (RRP: £ 14.99)
Cost Price: This is purely for internal usage and will not show on the shop front. It's up to your own processes and preference if you want to populate this field, but it is a handy reminder to make sure you don't discount too much on those January sales...
Including and Excluding VAT Within the Shop Customiser there is a drop-down menu called "Template Settings". This allows you to adjust a few, product-related, options as you need to. You can see we can select whether to add the "RRP", whether "VAT/Tax" is shown and 'Percentage Saved' on product cards and listings.