I'm a relative newcomer.
I'm launching multiple stores under a single website, and was planning to rely on a particular functionality I saw in the official Price Scope documentation:
"If the price configuration is set to the website level, the same product can be available at different prices in different stores."
But even with my price scope configuration set to "website", the above quote doesn't seem to be true. Can someone tell me if this is user error or if the documentation is just misleading/wrong?
To help illustrate, I want:
Store 1 : ProductA : $10
Store 2 : ProductA : $20
Store 3 : ProductA : $15
All stores are under the same website. Catalog price scope is set to "website" as recommended. But when I edit the price for "ProductA" in Store 1, it updates the price in Stores 2 & 3, as well. It seems impossible to customize product price by store, which I believe contradicts the quoted documentation?
I've come across a paid 'BSS Commerce' extension that allow you to set price scope to "Store View", but why is an extension necessary when Magento's own documentation purports to offer this functionality? Is the documentation wrong?