The offline payment methods of Check or Money Order are the only payment methods activated for the demo.
This way you don't have to enter any test credit or debit card data, making it easier for you to demo the software.
With this extension, you can now set product
prices for each store view separately. This Magento extension appends the Store View Price
scope in addition to the Website and Global.
Magento only lets you set prices at the Website level, but
with our extension, you can set different prices at the Website and Store View level.
- Specific Price per Store View. You can set different prices at the Store View Level.
- Group pricing per Store View
- Special Pricing per Store View
- Tier Pricing per Store View. You can set different tiered prices at the Store View Level.
- Auto-generation of indexes after price scope has been changed.
This means that after you update pricing in the backend, our extension will update the frontend automatically.
To enable Store View Pricing, follow these steps:
In the administrator panel: System -> Configuration -> Catalog -> Catalog -> Price -> Catalog Price Scope ->
Store View. Press the Save Config button, regenerate the Product Prices index.
Opt Global or Website, if you want to disable Store View Pricing.
In the administrator panel: System -> Configuration -> Catalog -> Catalog -> Price -> Catalog Price Scope -> Global / Website. Press the Save Config button.
For this example, we're going to set up three stores views: English, French and German. This can be completed from
System -> Manage Stores
You can also display your specific prices per store view in different currencies. This is done in the currency
setup part of the configuration. Navigate: System -> Configuration -> General -> Currency Setup -> Currency Options.
This is where you select all currencies you want to work with for your different store views. Hold down "Ctrl" and select multiple currencies. For this example, we're going to choose the USD and the Euro:
Setting Price Per Store View
Assume that your website has 3 store views: English, German and French.
You wish to have unique prices of the Product, the Broadway Pump, for each distinct store view. For example:
|Product (Broadway Pump) Price
To do this, go to:
In administrator panel: Catalog -> Manage Products -> Edit Product -> Choose a Store View.
You’ll get a notification: Please confirm the site switching. All data that hasn’t been saved will be lost.
Remove the check from the box labelled "Use Default" which relates to the Price field.
Now enter a price for the product and press Save or Save and Continue Edit. You
repeat the procedure for all other selected store views, entering the desired product's price.
Setting the Price for the English Store View:
Setting the Price for the French Store View:
Setting the Price for the German Store View:
We're also going to specify advanced pricing for this product in the German store view.
Advanced pricing consists of Group pricing, Special pricing and Tier pricing.
Group pricing for the German store view
Special pricing for the German store view
Tier pricing for the German store view
On the frontend, we can see the results of our price setting per store view.
Below we can see that the Broadway pump is priced at $350 USD in the English store view.
Below we can see that the Broadway pump is priced at $410 USD in the French store view.
Below we can see that the Broadway pump is priced at $389 USD in the German store view.
Previously we had set our allowed currencies to be the USD and Euro. That means that for every store view
we can show our specified price in the USD and Euro. We'll demonstrate what this looks like for the German Store View:
When we select the Euro from the dropdown, the price in USD automatically updates to the equivalent cost in Euros.