We're in the process of setting up a multi-territory, multi-language, multi-currency store and are trying to understand all of the pieces.
Right now I'd like to try and figure out how to set the price on products per currency, without using the currency converter.
We have products that have their prices fixed in different territories and are adjusted manually.
Product 1: £100, $110, €120
Product 2: £200, $225, €230
So using a currency exchange doesn't work as the prices are not all relative.
Likely to be many more questions to follow, but an understanding of this right now will be really useful. If we need to be bearing the multilingual side of things at this point too, that would be very useful to know.
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You can change the scope to store view and you can set price differently in different stores.
That is up to you whatever price you want to show in each store.
Yes, going by the example images that looks like it might do what we want it to.
Thank you for the example.
you can set the different base currency for different store and after that you can set the price in different currency.
Refer this link to set differency currencies.
Hi @Rahul Gupta
Thank you for the reply.
When editing a product, there doesn't appear to be a way of setting the prices for each currency though, rather it relies on the currency conversion that is set.
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I will take a look at the link that you've just posted and let you know.
Hi @Rahul Gupta
I've tested this and have both £ and € enabled.
I can see how I can amend the currency to display per store, however I'm still unable to see where I can _set_ the prices per currency on the product itself.
If I edit the product and change the scope, I'm still only able to add a price in £, which then displays in £, even though the store using € is set to display that.
Seems I'm missing something obvious here. Will keep digging.