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Set up promotional prices in QuickBooks Commerce

SOLVEDby QuickBooksUpdated 4 weeks ago

Learn how to set up and use promotional price lists in QuickBooks Commerce.

QuickBooks Commerce is no longer available for purchase as a stand-alone product.
The features referred to in this article are only relevant for customers who still have QuickBooks Commerce bundled with their QuickBooks Online subscription.
If you want to learn more about e-commerce accounting features that are part of QuickBooks Online, check out Accounting for e-commerce FAQ.

Whether you plan to run promotional pricing for the holidays or for bulk customer orders, QuickBooks Commerce makes it easy. You can create a separate price list for each sales promotion that you run. When you create new orders, you can use your promotional pricing and skip entering new prices to forms. We’ll help you set it all up.

Step 1: Create a promotional price list

Add a price list for each promotion you run. Creating a price list lets you easily update the prices of the products in your promotion.

  1. Go to Inventory.
  2. Select Price Lists, then Create New Price List.
  3. Enter the Price List Name.
    Example: Black Friday promotion, wholesale promotion, holiday promotion
  4. Select the Price List Type ▼ dropdown, then Sale.
  5. If you need to, enter the price list’s code in the Code field.
  6. Select the Currency ▼dropdown, then select the currency you use.
  7. Select Create Price List.

Step 2: Set up the promotional prices for your products

After you add the promotional price list, set the promotional price for each product variant.

If you have a lot of products included in your promo, you can use a CSV file to import prices. Or follow the steps below. 

  1. Go to Inventory.
  2. On the Product page, select the product you want to apply the promotional price to.
  3. Select the product’s variant to set its promotional price.
  4. Enter the promotional price(s) for the variant. Here are some examples.
    • Holiday price: $22 each
    • Black Friday price: $20 each
    • Wholesale price: $18 each
  5. Select Save changes.
  6. Repeat the steps for each product variant included in the promo.

Step 3: Use the promotional price list in sales orders

When you’re ready to start using the new promotional prices, use the steps below.

  1. Go to Sales Orders
  2. Select New Sales Order.
  3. Fill out the sales order.
  4. From the Price List ▼ dropdown, select the promotional price you’d like to use.
  5. Select Create.

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