Product Price Range

 Product Price Range allows you to automatically tag your products in your Shopify store based on its price.

You can specify a price range, and if a product falls within this range, it will be tagged with the specified tag. You can create multiple price ranges, each with a different tag.

A great example of how our users have set up their Shopify shop is to have at least three (3) price ranges. Using a collection filter in the store them, this allows shoppers to filter products by prices.

For example, depending on the prices of the items on your store:

Price Range Tag
Prices lower than $50 Below $50
Prices between $50 and $100 $50 - $100
Prices greater or equal to $100 $100 and above

Note that the above is just a recommendation, the actual price ranges that you would create depends on your own store.

If the product gets updated and the prices are updated, the tags will be updated depending on its new prices.


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Add Product Price Range smart tag

  1. From Smart Tags dashboard, click Add a smart tag from menu bar.

    Note: You can only create one Product Price Range smart tag. But you can have multiple price ranges tag rule.
  2. Select Smart Tag Type > Product Price Range from the dropdown list.

  3. Fill in the options available.

    Note: See Product Price Range Options to learn about the options available.
  4. Optional: Click on Add another range to create additional price range tag rules, depending on your store needs.
  5. Remember to click Save to keep changes or Cancel to discard changes.


Product Price Range options

The following table shows the options available for Product Price Range:

Option Description Default Required?
Prefix Prepend each tag with the prefix.
Leave blank if you don't want the tag to be prefixed with anything.

See example on how to use the prefix option.
Empty

Add new Price Range tag rule

  1. From Smart Tags dashboard, select Product Price Range smart tag that you have created previously, and click Edit.
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    Note: If you have not created Product Price Range smart tag previously, refer to Add Product Price Range smart tag.
  2. In the edit page for Product Price Range, click Add another range on the sidebar.


  3. Fill in the form fields for the price range tag rule.

    Note: See Price Range tag rule options to learn about the options available.
  4. Remember to click Save to keep changes or Cancel to discard changes.

Price Range tag rule options

Product Price Range smart tag allows you to have multiple price range tag rules. The following table shows the options available for each price range tag rule:

Option Description Default Required?
Label Tag label to apply to product if its price is within the specified price range is found Empty Yes
Minimum price Use in combination with Maximum Price option to specify the desired range for the above Tag Label.

Leave blank if desired range does not have a minimum. For example: price is less than $10.
Empty
Maximum price Use in combination with Minimum Price option to specify the desired range for the above Tag Label.

Leave blank if desired range does not have a maximum. For example: price is above $10.
Empty

Example uses

Tag product if its price is within one of the specified ranges

In this example, we will set up four (4) price range tag rules to organize the products in our store. 

Let's say we have previously look into our store inventory and found that items in our store are priced between $8.99 and $120.00. And after some deliberation, we decided that it is best organized into the following price ranges:

  • Under $10: Tier 1 lower-priced items, for example accessories.
  • $10 to $50: Tier 2 low-mid-priced items, for example shirts.
  • $50 to $100: Tier 3 high-mid priced items, for example jackets.
  • $100 and above: Tier 4 high-priced items, for example coats.

This is really useful if you have a collection filter that is based on tags and you want your shoppers to filter collection based on the price of the items.

  1. Add Product Price Range smart tag.
  2. Optional: Set the Prefix for the tag as "price-" so that you can tell the type of tag by its label later.
  3. Smart Tags app will automatically create three (3) price as a recommendation. Since we wanted to have four (4) ranges, click on Add another range to add additional one (1) range.
  4. Fill in the Price Range tag rules according to the table below.

    # Label Minimum Price Maximum Price Notes
    1. Under $10 Leave blank 10 Prices lower than $10.00.
    2. $10 to $50 10 50 Prices equal or greater than $10 and lower than $50.
    3. $50 to $100 50 100 Prices equal or greater than $50 and lower than $100.
    4. $100 and above 100 Leave blank Prices equal or greater than $100.
  5. Click Save to keep changes.

The following table shows some examples of product prices and the result tags depending on its price.

Product Price Tag without prefix Tag with prefix
$9.99 Under $10 price-Under $10
$10 $10 to $50 price-$10 to $50
$49.99 $10 to $50 price-$10 to $50
$50 $50 to $100 price-$50 to $100
$99.99 $50 to $100 price-$50 to $100
$100 $100 and above price-$100 and above

Prepend tag with a prefix

Prepending the tag with a prefix helps with organizing the tags in your Shopify store.

Using it lets you know the type of tag, differentiating it from other tags that the product has.

Simply add Product Price Range smart tag and set the Prefix option.

The following table shows some examples of product prices and the result tags thats prepended with the prefix value "prices-".

Product Price Tag without prefix Tag with prefix Notes
$9.99 Under $10 price-Under $10 Prices lower than $10.00.
$10 $10 to $20 price-$10 to $20 Prices equal or greater than $10 and lower than $20.
$19.99 $10 to $20 price-$10 to $20
Prices equal or greater than $10 and lower than $20.
$20 $20 and above price-$20 and above Prices equal or greater than $100.

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