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I'm trying to separate normal price and special price on my catalog/product/view.phtml page. I want to display them like this:

Retail Price: £5.99 Trade Price: £4.09

It's currently set up like this:

<div class="price-info">
<p class="retailprice"> Retail Price : </p><?php echo $this->getPriceHtml($_product); ?>
</div>

But it seems getPriceHtml($_product); gets both normal and special price so I'm unable to separate them. I can only get it to look like this:

Retail Price: £5.99
£4.09
Trade Price:

Ive tried this - which I hashed together from various other answers here

<div class="price-info">
<p class="retailprice"> Retail Price : </p><?php echo $_product->getRegularPrice(); ?>
<p class="specialprice"> Special Price: </p><?php echo $_product->getSpecialPrice(); ?>
</div>

But this is just showing blank.

Ideally I would actually like the regular retail price to come from another store view price and trade price to be the regular price of a second store view - but I can work around that with catalog price rules it if that is not possible.

Apologies for the convoluted question, i know 0 PHP

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You need to get product price by store id, use below code for that (regular retail price to come from another store view, i.e. as per store id):

$product = Mage::getModel('catalog/product')->setStoreId($storeId)->load($key);

echo Mage::helper('checkout')->formatPrice($product->getPrice());

Now you can use the same code for getting price from second store, as per your question.

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This seemed to work for getting the prices separately

Get normal price:

<?php echo Mage::helper('checkout')->formatPrice($_product->getPrice()); ?>

Get final(special Price):

<?php echo Mage::helper('checkout')->formatPrice($_product->getFinalPrice()); ?>

not exactly sure why I needed to use 'checkout' tho

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