Price Categories

Price categories allow creating multiple pricing for the individual item. For example, Item: Coke Cola's store price is $1 but its online price is $1.5. In this scenario, the price category is used to create multiple pricing.

Example : We have one can of Coca-Cola 500ml. The UOM is Piece/Count where a can is referred to as 1 Piece irrespective of its weight/volume. Coca-Cola 500ml can be sold only in pieces.

Navigation: Items → Price Categories

Go to the Items page and press Price Categories tab.



Click Create Category button. The “Create Price Category” pop opens, fill and Save.

Name*: Unique name for the price category. For example "Take Away".
Value*: The value to be increment/decrement on Selling Price. A positive value for increment and a negative value for decrement. In our example, the value is 5.
Type*: Choose from the drop-down,
Fixed: Fixed value to increment/decrement on Selling Price. In our example Selling Price is 90, so the online value will be 90 + 5 = 95
Percentage: Percentage of value to increment/decrement on Selling Price. In our example Selling Price is 90, so the online value will be 90 + 4.5 (5% of 90) = 94.5
Taxes: Taxes can also be configured for "Take Away" sales. If no tax is associated, the item will be sold without any tax.
Labels: Additional information printed in the bill. For example, we have given Label “Platform Name”, while billing the user will be prompted to enter data. Since this product is sold online, the user can enter Amazon, eBay for reference to represent where this product is sold.

*Mandatory Field



Mapping price category to an item.

Manual: For every item variation, set up "Pricing Type" as "Multi" and add the "Item Pricing".



Import: We could update the item price categories with the use of item sheet

For the pricing category to be activated, the item variation "Pricing Type" should be "Multi". Refer Import Item Price Update help document

For configuring price for each item, Refer Import Price Categories help document

Video Tutorial: https://youtu.be/ZFvAfMbHq2o****
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