I need some guidance please. Is there way that when I reduce the selling price on eBay, that it appears in the sales order as the only price? It currently appears in a second column called PRICE and the Magento Price appears as Original Price. Due to the export file I have that pulls the orders into my accounting system for shipping and invoicing, I can only have one PRICE. Since there are two prices, the Magento Original Price is the dominate price and the Invoice is being generated at the wrong selling price as it does not recoginze the second column called PRICE.
I sell eBay items at a different retail than what I sell on my website – and need the ebay sales to only reflect the ebay price and not the magento price. Is there a setting somewhere that only allows the ebay price on the sales order and not the Original Magento price?
Firstly welcome to the forums it’s great to have you here :)
Ok on to your question. I believe what you want to do is to set eBay up to use a different price so when the sales come in to Magento they are displaying the correct price and then when you export for your accounts they all match up nicely.
The good news is I believe you can do this.
Check out this vid we recorded here: index=4&list=PLVlzTyHZgreeA8SwJEkbw3a0SyJIVPO07
Now in that vid we use auction price but that can just be ‘eBay price’ for example We then tell the policy within M2E Pro to use this new price for everything that is listed to eBay, that way when the orders come in that should be the default price used for when you run your export.
Let me know if this works for you
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