How to add price markups to my products (most common repricing rules)?

Here you will find the most common repricing rules:

{attr:price}*1.5 - adds 50% to basic prices from the supplier.

{attr:price}*1.21 - adds VAT 21% to basic prices from the supplier (add this only if they are provided without VAT).

{attr:price}*1.1 - adds 10% to basic prices from the supplier.

{attr:price}*2 - double the basic price from the supplier.

floor({attr:price}*2)-0.01 -  returns the next lowest integer value (as float) by rounding down and -0.01 eur. For example, the starting price is 25.90 eur, the final price after this rule is applied will be 50.99 eur.

ceil({attr:price}*1.21)-0.01 - adds VAT 21% and returns the next highest integer value by rounding up value, also -0.01 eur. For example, the starting price is 25.90 eur, the final price after this rule is applied will be 31.99 eur.

{attr:price}*0.094 - you can also use repricing rules to convert currencies. For example, this formula converts Swedish Krona to Euro. If the starting price is 8877 sek, the final price after this rule is applied will be 834.438 eur

 


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Created Thu, May 12, 2022 8:38 AM by Rasa
Updated Mon, Jun 13, 2022 9:37 AM by Rasa