I've been looking into this alot to try figure out what is going on.


This page on Magento docs says

Different factors can affect the price of the same product in one location and not another. For example, there might be additional costs to bring the product to market, and other considerations that impact the price of products sold in a specific store. The following illustration shows a multisite installation with the base currency set to the website level. In each store, the same product has a different price

My current setup has 1 website, inside this I have two stores €+£ and a corresponding store view for each €+£ again. My base currency is £ but both currencies are allowed in both store views. My Catalog Price Scope is set to Website, not Global.

According to the documentation above this should be working to set different prices for different stores but updating the price of a catalog item for one store view updates the prices for all.

I know from researching this that there is a few different paid extensions for this such as https://bsscommerce.com/magento-multiple-store-view-pricing-for-magento-2.html but I don't see why these are necessary if according to Magento docs it should just work.

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    Do you have a link to your store? Which version of Magento? When you set the price, are you in the context of your store?
    – Olivier
    Commented Jan 19, 2018 at 16:07
  • @Olivier I am using Magento 2.1.11, see image attached for how I am going about trying to change the prices for different stores Commented Jan 19, 2018 at 16:14
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    This seems to be a common issue, some people say setting the price scope to website works others are depending on third party extensions magento.stackexchange.com/questions/67653/… Commented Jan 19, 2018 at 16:36
  • I think there may be some mistakes here because if the scope of catalog price if Website, prices of a product will be the same in every store and every store view of this Website. And price of a product can be only different between Websites under a Magento Installation. This may be the reason why there is an extension like you mentioned: bsscommerce.com/…. I see that it can help to set different prices for the same product per store/store view
    – Jameslj
    Commented Jan 22, 2018 at 9:52
  • @Jameslj Thanks for your comment, yeah I figured it out and made multiple websites rather than just stores or storeviews Commented Jan 22, 2018 at 15:10

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The issue was resolved by creating different websites rather than just store views as shown here

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The documentation on Magento docs was leading to the confusion because the graphic there indicates that it is done at a store level

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Magemnto updated graphic ...

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  • Thanks for updated graphic
    – olcha
    Commented Jun 7, 2019 at 15:26

There is a FREE extension on GitHub which helps to set up different product prices (cost, regular, special prices, etc.) per store view:

You can simply install via composer

composer require magepsycho/magento2-storepricing

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