Offer Customers a Special Price
WooCommerce shop owners can set different prices for individual customers.
Set Bulk Discounts with User Role Pricing
Products can also be sold at custom prices based on assigned user role.
Set Different Prices per Group
Custom prices for products can be set for user groups defined in the system.
Easy and Powerful Way to Manage Prices
Set multiple Product prices for users, groups and roles at once under one ‘Pricing Manager’ menu
Works with Simple and Variable Products
Set different prices for different customers/groups/user roles for simple as well as variable WooCommerce Products
Bulk Import/Export Product Prices
Product prices for users, groups and roles can be imported/exported at once using CSP.
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Thank you very much WisdmLabs for your fast reply (within 24 hours – WOW), it is great to see such excellent customer service. Even though it took a few emails, you were able to solve my problem in uploading customer role based pricing…. It is amazing to see how fast the upload is. I am using the WordPress Storefront theme and WooCommerce for a site with over 1,000 products having many users with numerous roles. CSP has been the perfect product to manage these assets.
No, there is no such limit. You can add any number of customer-price pairs as needed.
Currently, the plugin works with the WooCommerce ‘Simple Product’ and ‘Variable Product’ types.
You can add a price for any customer with an account on your website.
Only if the customer is not logged in, they will be able to see the default price of the product.
Make sure you have entered your purchased license key for the product, in the ‘Plugins > CSP License’ page. Upon successful activation, you will be able to add a price for a customer, on a per product basis.
What happens if a user belongs to a group as well as a role to which custom prices have been applied?
The plugin follows the following order of priority – Customer Based Price, User Role Based Price, Group Based Price, Regular Price – with customer based price getting the highest priority. So if a user belongs to a group as well as a role to which custom prices have been applied then the user can purchase the product at the price set for the user role assigned to him
If you add the same customer more than once, the initial price set for the customer (in the customer-price list), will be applied. For example, if product ‘XYZ’ is set at $25 for Tom, and then Tom and $35 is added again, the product ‘XYZ’ for Tom will be $25.
A user has been added to two groups that have custom prices assigned. Which rate will be applicable to the user?
If a customer belongs to multiple groups (or roles), the least price set for the group (or role) will be applied.