Thanks for checking this with us, @bolnop,
Price Rules in QuickBooks is currently in beta testing and is available for select accounts. This is the reason why you're not able to see this in your company settings.
The initial release for this feature is for random QBO Advanced and QuickBooks Plus accounts. New enhancements are rolled out by batch and will automatically be downloaded without you manually doing it.
Once this is available in your account, you may follow these steps to turn on Price Rules:
I'm also adding here a Community article about this topic: Set pricing rules in QuickBooks Online
Let me know if you have additional questions or need further help. I'll be right here if you need anything else. Have a nice day!
As of the moment, there isn't an integrated way to transfer all your pending price levels from one to the other account or versions. You can consider manually entering them in the system once it is available in your version. You can dos o by following the steps and by checking also the screenshot shared by my colleague above.
Lastly, here are articles you can read for ideas about how you can manage your account and related tasks: Help Articles for QuickBooks Online.
If there's anything else that I can help you with, let me know in the comments. I'll be here to lend a hand.
Thank you for your response on my query. Although the response did not address the issue rather it showed me that there isn't any solution to this core function for International Plus version of QuickBooks.
Let me restate the query - I have a QuickBooks Plus version (Nigeria), I have customers that I bill same products for different prices (due to tariffs per customer). How do I set the different prices for the products for each of the customer in the QuickBooks Plus version - Nigeria?