Setting Pricing Rules for Your Sales Channel Listings

Price management via Channel Cloud is very flexible. By default, the price on sales channels will be the same as the price in your online store catalog. It is possible to change that either individually or in bulk using simple rules from any of the three listing modes. In this example, we will demonstrate how to set pricing rules for Amazon in the Codisto XpressGrid™ using the Multi-edit Mode.

Changing Pricing Rules

The Amazon Price column in Codisto XpressGrid shows the effective price if the column group is collapsed

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or the available options if the column group is expanded

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Price Options

Operator

Web Price The price will be the same as the price of the product in your online store catalog.
$ Increase Increase the price based on your online store price by the amount specified in the Input column as a fixed amount. For example, $25.00 with Input set to 10 becomes $35.00 before Rounding.
% Increase Increase the price based on your online store price by the amount specified in the Input column as a percentage. For example, $25.00 with Input set to 10 becomes $27.50 before Rounding.
$ Decrease Decrease the price based on your online store price by the amount specified in the Input column as a fixed amount. For example, $25.00 with Input set to 10 becomes $15.00 before Rounding.
% Decrease Decrease the price based on your online store price by the amount specified in the Input column as a percentage. For example, $25.00 with Input set to 10 becomes $22.50 before Rounding.

Input

Works with Operator as described above.

Rounding

None No rounding is applied. The price is calculated based only on Operator and Input
Nearest $0.99 Rounded to the nearest $0.99. For example $7.00 becomes $6.99, $4.50 becomes $4.99, $4.40 becomes $3.99
Nearest $0.95 Rounded to the nearest $0.95. For example $7.00 becomes $6.95, $4.50 becomes $4.95, $4.40 becomes $3.95
Nearest $1 Rounded to the nearest $1. For example $7.00 remains unchanged, $4.50 becomes $5.00, $4.40 becomes $4.00
Nearest $10 Rounded to the nearest $10.00. For example $7.00 becomes $10.00, $11.25 becomes $10.00, $15.07 becomes $20.00
Nearest $10.99 Rounded to the nearest $10.99. For example $7.00 becomes $10.99, $11.25 becomes $10.99, $15.07 becomes $20.99