Each product in Magento 2 can be assigned a Special Price. This is generally used to show a product as “On Sale”. In many cases, entering a Special Price will display the Special Price compared to the Regular Price. Handy for increasing conversion rates from your shoppers.
The Set Price and Set Special Price settings are found in Apps > Magento > Upload. These settings determine which pricing levels from point of sale will map to Price and Special Price in Magento 2. These settings give you control over Sale Pricing in Magento 2 and includes pricing logic. Special Price should always be the Lower Price.
Typically if Price and Special Price are the same, no sale pricing will appear. If Price equals 0, or is less than Special Price, Special Price will appear in Price.
Tax Inclusive Price
Lightspeed Onsite Only: For jurisdictions that mandate all pricing be displayed inclusive of taxes, you may choose Tax Inclusive Price as Set Price. For more info, please see the Tax Inclusive Pricing article.
Sale Pricing in Lightspeed Retail
NOTE: Pricing Rules in Lightspeed Retail are not supported because they are only applied at checkout in Lightspeed Retail.
Sale Pricing in Heartland Retail
Sale Pricing in Lightspeed Onsite
When Price Source is set to Selling Price and Sale Price to Web Price, any Web Price entered in Lightspeed Onsite will be mapped to the Special Price in Magento 2. Web Prices can be updated quickly using the Bulk Update process described earlier within Lightspeed Onsite. Web Prices can later be updated in Bulk using an empty column, effectively ending the “On Sale” pricing in Magento 2.
Setting Sale Prices Magento 2
- Set Price Source to Sell Price and Special Price to Web price in Magento Settings > Upload
- Set Web Price for products using the Bulk Update Process in Lightspeed Onsite
- Sell like Crazy and when the Sale is over...
- Set Web Price to blank using the Bulk Update Process in Lightspeed Onsite to end Sale Pricing in Magento 2