Global Pricing Rules

Global Pricing rules allow you to have the markup price based on the pricing rules you set once you catch the product from AliExpress. 


Note: Each input value of the global pricing setting supports up to two decimal places. 

 

Go to the SHOPLINE Admin Panel and click "Reports and Analytics" >> "Smart Product Selector" >> "DropShipping" >> "Settings" >> “Global Pricing Rules”

 

 

Basic Pricing Rules 

There is only one pricing rule for basic pricing rules.

 

Step 1. Decide the rules 

You can decide your own price rules by either select Plus “+” or Times/Multiplied  “X”. 

 

Tips:

Cost + : Fixed Markup allows you to set a fixed amount that is added on top of the original product price.

e.g. When you enter 2, a product which costs $2.00 would result in a price of $4.00 in your store.

Cost x : It will multiply the original product price.

e.g. when you enter 2, a product which costs $3.00 in the supplier's store would have a price of $6.00 in your store.

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Step 2. Enter the number you wish to add

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Step 3. Save Settings

Click "Save Settings" in the upper right corner.

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Advanced Pricing Rules

Advanced Pricing Rules allow you to set your pricing rules in three different cost ranges. This is effective especially when you sell different types of products and their cost ranges are wide.

 

Step 1. Turn on

Click the button at  "Advanced Pricing Rules" to turn it on

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Step 2. Enter cost range

Enter the cost range and rules you wish you have

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Step 3. Choose the pricing rules

Choose the pricing rules to decide the rules you want

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Step 4. Confirm 

Confirm your final pricing rules are correct

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For example, if you have the settings like in the screenshot above, this is how prices would look like:

If your cost is $10, your "Regular Price"/ "Sale Price" will be $35 based on the pricing rule (*3.5).
If your cost is $30, your"Regular Price"/ "Sale Price" will be $90 based on the pricing rule (*3).
If your cost is $60, your"Regular Price"/ "Sale Price" will be $150 based on the pricing rule (*2.5).

 

Step 5. Save

Click "Save Settings" in the upper right corner.

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NOTE:

The first cost interval and the second cost interval cannot overlap, and the minimum value of the second cost interval must be greater than the maximum value of the first cost interval.

Other price ranges refer to price values excluding the first and second cost ranges.

 

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