Configuring multi-store pricing

Multi-store pricing is available only to users with multi-store accounts. With multi-store pricing, you can set a different price for each store based on the store's pricing levels. Processing a sale from a store automatically uses the item prices.

Configuring your multi-store pricing involves:

  1. Creating a pricing level for each store.
  2. Setting item prices for each pricing level.
  3. Assigning a pricing level to each store.
  4. Assigning a pricing level to Customer Type.
  5. Resetting a pricing level.

Creating a pricing level

Your Lightspeed Retail account has two price levels: default and MSRP. We recommend that you create new pricing levels for your multi-store shops. For example, if you have a shop in Brooklyn and another in Manhattan, you should create a price level for each shop.

  1. From the main menu, click Settings > Pricing Levels > + New Pricing Level.
  2. Enter a descriptive Pricing Level Name. For easy identification, you can name the pricing level based on the shop’s location, such as Brooklyn.
  3. Select an Existing Pricing Level from which to copy the item price. For example, if you select the Default pricing level, the individual item prices for the new pricing level will match the item’s Default price. You can modify the individual item prices for the new pricing level later in the item details.
  4. Click Create Pricing Level.

Setting the item price for a pricing level

You can set a different item price for each store's pricing level.

  1. From the main menu, click Inventory > Item Search.
  2. Search for the item you want to assign the new pricing level to.
  3. In the Pricing area, click the Price field corresponding to the pricing level that you want to edit and enter the price.
  4. Click Save Changes.

Assigning a pricing level to a store

When a pricing level is assigned to a store, an item's price for sales processed from that store is based on the item price for that pricing level.

  1. From the main menu, click Settings > Shop Setup and click the store you want to assign a pricing level to.
  2. Select the Pricing Level to assign to the store and click Save Changes.

Assigning a pricing level to a Customer Type

Price Rules can be used to assign Pricing Levels to a Customer Type.

  1. From the main menu, click Settings > Price Rules and click New Price Rule.
  2. Give the Price Rule a name, and select the affected Customer Type.
  3. In the Type menu, select the Pricing Level for these customers.
  4. Configure other filters as needed and click Save Changes.

Resetting a pricing level

You can reset a pricing level. For example, you have a multi-store account and during the summer you have a pop-up shop that sells handmade products at craft shows. You use a Craft Show pricing level for the pop-up shop. When the craft show season is over, you revert the prices of the pop-up shop to your brick-and-mortar store pricing level, which is the Default pricing level. This quickly changes the prices of all of the affected products.

  1. From the main menu, click Settings > Pricing Levels and choose the pricing level you want to work with.
  2. Click Reset Price Level and select the pricing level whose prices you want to use.

 

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