Managing price lists

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A price list in Onport is a collection of prices for a specific currency. It contains the prices you charge your customers (retail price), not the price you buy the items for (cost price). Usually, you'll only need to use the default price list that is generated automatically by Onport.

In this article, you'll find information on how to create a price list or manage multiple price lists within Onport.


When connecting your online store to Onport, this price list will be selected by default.

When setting up an inventory feed, you'll need to select a price list in the settings in order to sync prices. Any price changes made by your vendors will then update the price list connected to the inventory feed. This will then trigger an update to any of your online stores connected to the price list.

How to create a price list

In order to create a Price List, head to Setup > Price Lists:


Select the option "New Price List" :


Define the price list name, currency, pricing and data import rules. The Price List can be imported via CSV or you can set a CSV file to import from automatically every day from an FTP drive, Google Sheets or web server.



Hit Save and the Price List is now completely created.

Multiple price-lists

You'll need to start creating more than one price list if you want to have more than one online store connected to Onport (e.g. if you sell across multiple Shopify stores) AND you want those stores to have different currencies or use different pricing.

If you have multiple stores AND want to keep prices consistent across them (a most common scenario), just make sure each store is linked to the same price list. So, when a vendor updates their pricing, both your online stores are automatically updated.

Price adjustments

When setting up the inventory feed, you can make manual price changes if needed. For example, you can add a % amount to the vendor price to cater for VAT or if the prices in the vendor feed are cost prices, not retail prices.

Vendor payments

If you are using automated commission rates for your drop-ship providers, Onport will calculate the payment amount based on the price the item was sold for. For example, if a shirt is listed for $10 in Onport but the customer bought it for $5 by applying a discount code, the commission will be based on the $5, not $10.

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