To begin adding variant prices to your Shopify store, start by heading to the Product Page. Here, you'll be able to select the product you want to modify. It's a straightforward first move towards customizing your inventory, setting the stage for a more dynamic pricing structure that can adapt to the variety and uniqueness of your offerings
Step 2 in optimizing your Shopify store's pricing strategy is to Create a New Option. This is where you'll give your product variant its unique identifier: the option name. Alongside, you'll craft a product page label that customers see, making it as descriptive and clear as possible. This label is not just a name—it's the first impression of the unique value your product variant offers, so make it count!
For Step 3, after selecting your field type, you’ll dive into the heart of customization—setting the price. This is where per-option pricing comes into play, allowing you to assign specific costs to various product customization options. By entering the required price in the corresponding field, you can differentiate your product variants based on value, ensuring each unique feature is reflected in the final cost.
Once you've fine-tuned your variant prices, it's time to 'View in Store' to preview the changes live on your Shopify site. After you're satisfied with how the pricing is presented, make sure to save your adjustments. Remember, if at any point you need assistance or run into snags, support is just a click away. Reach out to the customer support team for free help at any stage of the process. They're ready to ensure your pricing setup is as smooth and successful as possible.
By offering the exact texture or fabir the customer expects to avoid any confusion and subsequent returns later
Studies show that customers will not return to a store that have inaccuracies in how the product is displayed to what they receive
By reducing the number of clicks for customers to find the product they want.