Pricing, Promotions, and Search

This table describes the pricing promotions and search setting options for each product type.

Pricing, Promotions, and Search

  Pricing Promotions Search
Standard Product Single price unless configured for options. Option prices are configured as part of the product option. Any standard product can have an associated promotion. If the search preference Show Orderable Products Only is selected, only orderable products appear in the search results. Otherwise all products appear in the search results.
Note: This search preference applies to all other product types as well.
Variation Master

Master products can't be purchased. However, if you are showing a master product, the price for the master is calculated as the price of all variants. The calculated price is usually a price range.

If you configure a variation master as a discounted product, the discount applies to all variation products of the master.

Master products can't be used as bonus products because they are not orderable. However, they can be used for choice of bonus product promotions.

The master product only appears in search results if no slicing is used. In this case, it uses the information and images of the default variation.

If none of a master product's variants in the current search result is orderable, the master product does not appear in search results

Variation Group

A variation group price is calculated as the price for all variants that are represented within a group. This calculation applies even if the master product has an entry in the price book.

This calculation is usually a price range.

Variation groups Variation group only appears in search results if no slicing is used and the variation group is assigned to the category.
Variation Product Separate prices for all variation products. Option prices are configured as part of the product option. Variation products can have individual promotions that are managed separately. If slicing is used, the variation product appears in the search results.
Product Set One price for the set and separate prices for each of the products in the set. A product set can't have promotions, because it isn't orderable, but the products within it can have promotions. If none of the products in the product set, as represented in the search results, are orderable, a product set doesn't appear in search results.
Product Bundle One price for the bundle. Individual products within the bundle don't have prices. A product bundle has its own promotions, but the products within it can't. A product bundle depends on its availability status to determine whether it appears in search results.
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