I want to change the price labels in Magento. How can I achieve that? enter image description here


You can change label either using language translation file ( app/locale/language_pack/Mage_Cataloge.csv )

(make sure you are changing in right language pack) And clear Cache

or using template file of your theme folder

For Old Price :


For Regular Price :


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  • Hello, i change it in app/locale/language_pack/Mage_Cataloge.csv, for the field regular price, but nothing happens.. – PatRick M Dec 6 '17 at 9:35
  • make sure you are changing in right language pack, I have updated the answer too. – Naveed Asim Dec 6 '17 at 9:42
  • Hi Naveed i correct the field of 39.90, but i dont' know the filed name of 31.92 ? Could you please help me one more time – PatRick M Dec 6 '17 at 10:13
  • what label is showing there ? as per your screen there is only one label coming. could you share url with me to check it – Naveed Asim Dec 6 '17 at 10:15
  • Unfortunately i can not share the url, yes indeed there is no label. it is exactly like the screenshot – PatRick M Dec 6 '17 at 10:23

You can do it in 3 different ways. First 2 are translation methods and the third one (not recommended) is direct changes in the template files.

Method 1 (Using theme's specific translation file): Open app/design/frontend/[themepackage]/[theme]/locale/[xx_XX]/translate.csv and add your translation in the following format:

"text to translate", "translated text"

You need to put one string per line.

Method 2 (Using module's translation file): As Naveed suggested, you can add your translation in app/locale/[xx_XX]]/Mage_Catalog.csv file in the following format:

"text to translate", "translated text"

Note: Here xx_XX is your locale folder name. For example en_US

Method 3 (Direct changes in the template files): If none of the above works, then you can make direct change your teplate files. For example in your case, you need to make changes in:


Please let me know if it helped.

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