Price Lists allow you to target a specific set of prices to a specific group of customers. For example, price lists can be used to implement business to business pricing where each customer can have its own unique pricing for products based on contracts, RFQ and pre-negotiated prices. Price lists are managed through a single interface in the ACC, which includes a list of product IDs, SKU IDs, and configurable SKU IDs. Pricing can be inherited based on products and/or SKUs. For example, if a price is defined as $9.99 for product X, all SKUs that are in product X will be given a price of $9.99 unless the price is explicitly overwritten.

Multiple lists can be created and managed. Each list has the following properties:

The list will display the following information about a product and a SKU:

Note: Either the List Price or the Complex Price is required, not both.

For more information on setting up price lists using the ACC, see the Managing Price Lists chapter of the ATG Commerce Guide to Setting Up a Store.

This section contains information on the following price list topics:

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