To know how to edit "Options," you may visit: Edit Product > Variants > Option


The information you provided in the options sections above will be separated here. You will see five variant boxes for each color here, for instance, if you added five colors to the Options section above. Every size and option chosen will result in the same outcome.

You can utilize each field to display all the information about your Product or SKU by using the definitions that are provided below.

1. SKU or style number (required): A SKU is a special designation for each size, color, or other product variety that may exist. As we recognize that some brands might not utilize one, you may use your product title or whatever you're using to identify your product.

2. Price (required): Depending on what is required after you enter the sizes, the price may be given per piece or per pack.

  • Pack Price: When sizing is given as a pack, the pack price—which must be provided—is the overall cost of the pack.

            For example, for a pack of 6(2s-2m-2l), pricing used must be multiplied by 6 already. 

  • Per Piece Price: Used when the sizing only refers to one item.

Women > Junior > 9, for instance, should be priced at $12 for each item.

3. Sale Price: This represents the item's discounted cost. The discounted price will be highlighted, while the original price appears as though it has been crossed out.

4. MSRP: The amount that the brand suggests as the suggested retail price

5. Lead Time: The period of time it would take the brand to produce or prepare the products for shipping.

6. Shipping At: On or around this date, a particular item can be ordered or made available. It will be regarded as immediate once the date has passed.

For instance, one variant comes in three colors; two of them are now in stock, but the third is a pre-order. An availability date for the pre-ordered style is required.

7. Inventory Count/Level: It is the actual quantity per unit of the SKU or product. It is necessary immediately after selecting the option above for "Track Inventory."

Inventory count will follow the sizing: prepack or per piece size. If it is per pack, put the total packs available. If it is per piece, put the total number of pieces available.

8. Weight: Refers to the weight of the product.

9. Case Quantity: It is the bare minimum of packs a retailer would have to buy. If I write 2, it signifies that the required minimum order for this product is two packs. The customer can only select in increments of 2 once the item is placed in the cart.

Example scenarios:

  1. You must order a minimum of one (1) pack:

Women's clothing sizes are 2S, 2M, and 2L.

Pack price: $120

Case Number: 1

There are 6 things altogether, and they cost $120 when they are all put into the cart.

  1. You must order a minimum of eight (8) items:

Size is Women > Junior > 9

Price per piece: $20

Case Number: 8

2 cases added to the cart equal a total order of 16 pieces in size Junior > 9 for $320.

  1. There is no pre-pack for the item or SKU, and there is no minimum order quantity.

Size: M

Price per unit: $8

Case Number: 1

Add 10 to your cart to receive 10 pieces in size M for only $80.

10. Allows Customization: It is preferable to check this option if your products may be customized so that customers can provide particular instructions or requests.