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Intro to Price Tags
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Written by Jack McCann
Updated over a week ago

Price Tags are a leap forward in multi-store pricing management. They are the Shopwave method for tracking multiple price variations across our ecosystem.

Price Tags are:

Free Form - You choose what they are named.
Uniform - You use the same tag on every product for each specific dining format.

Unlimited - You can have as many as you need.

Example Scenario:

You are a merchant who has three stores and sells pepperoni pizza. In your London store, you want to charge £8, in your Birmingham store you want to charge £7 and in your Manchester store you want to charge £6. In order to do this, each store will need its own price tag. See below how this setup would look.

How would this look if price for London and Birmingham were both £8 (and different for Manchester) ? If the price/tax rate match for 2 different price tags, they can be added in the same row.

How would this look if London and Birmingham were both £8 but Birmingham charged a different tax rate? If the price+tax combination is unique, it must be added on a seperate row.

How would this look with dining types where you have Eat In and Take out for every location?

To summarise price tags are here for when you need extra granularity to your pricing. Whether it's for Eat In/Take Out pricing, Wholesale pricing, Staff pricing, Location-based pricing you are able to define exactly how you want your prices to appear on the POS and throughout the Shopwave ecosystem.

If you're are still struggling with Price Tags please get in touch for a free tutorial at

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