I have two stores targeting different markets selling the same products. I want to charge different prices on each site (high end and then budget) but I want them to share the same inventory so I can do stock control.

Is that possible?


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    stock qty states "global" I don't see why you couldn't share stocks between stores. Did you try? Aug 7, 2014 at 7:15
  • I think till now u havent checked the magento manual. If you does it, you wont get this type of doubts... Aug 7, 2014 at 10:20

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Yes! You can create two different stores in a single magento installation. Scope of Price Attribute in default ids Website level. You can change it to Store View level, if you want to use two different store views! And if you are using two different websites (not two different Store Views) then you can keep Scope of Price as Website.


The stock Management in Magento is Global therefore you can have 2 stores with the same product and the shared stock.

You can read this: http://www.magentocommerce.com/wiki/modules_reference/english/mage_adminhtml/system_config/edit/cataloginventory


You can have multiple websites in one Magento install. They can share the same products. Per magento-website you can set different prices, descriptions etc.

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