Preset Rules: Product Price Range
Product Price Range lets you automatically tag products in Shopify based on their price.
A price range can be specified. Products that fall within the range will be tagged with this tag. Multiple price ranges can be created, each with its own tag.
One great way to show how Shopify users set up their shop is to have at minimum three (3) price ranges. This allows customers to sort products by price using a collection filter.
You can take this example as an example:
|Prices below $50||Below $50|
|Prices between $50-$100||$50 – $100|
|Prices higher than or equal to 100$||$100 and Above|
Please note that this is a suggestion and the price ranges you will create depend on the store.
The tags will be updated based on the new prices if the product is updated.
Add Product Price Range preset
- Select Presets tab from the Smart Tag Rules Table
- Click Edit to see the Product Price Range Preset Rule.
- Click Add another range You can add price range rules to your store depending on its needsNote – To learn more about the available options, see Price Range rule options
- Please fill in the available options not To learn more about the available options, see Product Range Options
- To save changes, click Save or Cancel.
Price Range tag rule options
Product price Range smart tags allow you to have multiple price range rules. Below is a table that shows all options for each price range rule.
|Label||If the product’s price falls within the price range, tag label it.||Empty||Yes|
|Minimum price||To specify the range of the above tag label, use the Maximum Price option in conjunction with it.|
If the minimum price is not required, leave it blank. Example: Price is less than $10
|Maximum price||You can use the Minimum Price option in conjunction with the above Tag Label to specify the range you want.|
If the desired range is not within a certain limit, leave it blank. Example: Price is over $10
|Filter||Allow filter to apply a rule only to certain products|
Find out more about and the filter option.
Product Price Range options
Below is a table that shows all options for product price range:
|Prefix||Each tag should be prefixed with the prefix.|
If you do not want your tag to be prefixed by anything, leave it blank.
Find out more about and the prefix option.
If the product’s price falls within the ranges specified, tag it
We will use this example to create four (4) price range tags rules to organize our products in our store.
Let’s suppose we looked at our inventory and discovered that most items are priced between $8.99 to $120.00. After much thought, we came up with the following price ranges for our store:
- Below $10: Tier 1 items at a lower price, such as accessories.
- Items in Tier 2 (low-mid-priced) category, such as shirts, range from $10 to $50
- Items in Tier 3 (high-mid price): Jackets, $50 to $100
- Tier 4 items at high prices, such as coats and jackets, are priced between $100-$200
This is especially useful if your collection filter is based upon tags and you want your customers to filter the collection based on their price.
- Add Product Price Range preset.
- Optional – Set the Prefix to the tag as “price” so you can later identify the type of tag from its label.
- Smart Tags app will create three (3) prices as a recommendation. To add one (1) additional range, click Add another Range.
- Please fill in the Price Range Tag rules as per the table below.
#LabelMinimum PriceMaximum PriceNotes1.Below $10Leave Blank10Prices below $10.002.From $10 to $501050Prices equal to or higher than $10, and lower than $503.From $50 to $10050100Prices equal to or higher than $50, and lower than $100.4.$100 and Above100Leave BlankPrices equal to or higher than $100
- To save changes, click Save
Below are some examples of product prices, and result tags that depend on their price.
|Product price||Tag without prefix||Prefix tag|
|$9.99||Below $10||price-Under $10|
|$10||From $10 to $50||Price: $10 to $50|
|$49.99||From $10 to $50||Price: $10 to $50|
|$50||From $50 to $100||Price: $50 to $100|
|$99.99||From $50 to $100||Price: $50 to $100|
|$100||$100 and Above||Price: $100 and Above|
Prepend tag with prefix
Prefixing the tag with a prefix allows you to organize the tags in your Shopify store.
It allows you to identify the tag type and distinguish it from any other tags on the product.
Set the Prefix option and add Product Price Range.
Below are some examples of product prices, along with result tags, that have been prefixed with the prefix “prices”.
|Product price||Tag without prefix||Prefix tag||Notes|
|$9.99||Below $10||price-Under $10||Prices below $10.00|
|$10||From $10 to $20||Price: $10 to $20||Prices equal to or higher than $10, and lower than $20.|
|$19.99||From $10 to $20||Price: $10 to $20||Prices equal to or higher than $10, and lower than $20.|
|$20||$20 and Above||Price: $20 and Above||Prices equal to or higher than $100|