We are using the min max app to set minimum order quantities on our variants in our store. However, it is having some sort of impact on Google Shopping. I've gotten emails from google saying they might suspend my account if we do not start including 'minimum order value' in our feed to google merchant center.
Does anyone know how to add a minimum order value to the merchant feed?
For example, the unit price is 9.49 each. However, they must buy 10 units before we will ship. Therefore, minimum order value google requires is $94.90.
Any assistance is appreciated.
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And this article may be relevant for some merchants https://www.shopify.com/enterprise/the-master-guide-to-google-shopping#:~:text=minimum%20quantities
This is an accepted solution.
First make sure the price submitted is the minimum order value ie 9.49 USD
Then add the value of the unit pricing measure. In your case this value is 10ct
Then add the value of the pricing measure base. In your case this value is 1ct
You will need to check if your data feed system supports adding these values. Alternatively, find a different data feed solution or use feed rules: https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7450276?hl=en