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In this 7-part series, we will answer all of your questions about Customer Groups in Magento 2 and break down everything you need to know to create and configure customer groups on your Magento 2 store.

Customer groups allow you to set a variety of different parameters per group. This is section seven out of seven in which we will be learning how to set product pricing for a specific customer group.

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Setting Product Pricing:

Magento 2 also allows for group-specific pricing, per product. (This could be used for tier pricing for wholesale customers). This can be set when you are creating your products, or you can go back and edit an already existing product.

When creating a new product or editing an existing product, click on Advanced Pricing under the Price field:


Click on Advanced Pricing under the Price Field
An advanced pricing tab will open, allowing you to add tier and group-specific pricing:

The Advanced Pricing Tab Will Open Allowing You to Add Tier and Group Pricing
Remember – if you set up tier pricing, the price has to be lower than the actual product’s price as it refers to the one unit. (i.e. If you buy 5 products, each will cost $45 rather than 1 product at $50):

Setting Up Tiered Pricing

To test that your pricing rule is working for a specific customer group you can create a test customer account, add that customer account to the customer group that you want to test and then log in from your front-end with that account to see the changes in pricing for that customer group.


Closing Thoughts

You should now have an understanding of how to set specific pricing rules for customer groups in Magento 2. If you missed the other questions we answered about customer groups be sure to check out the rest of the series!

More questions about customer groups? Tune into the rest of the series where we cover:

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About Kelly Mason

Kelly is a Marketing Assistant at Customer Paradigm. She loves creating engaging and educational content and connecting with the community through social media. Outside of the office, she can be found eating her way through Colorado one brunch at a time and hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park. View all posts by Kelly | LinkedIn

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