We are exploring international pricing for our US customers (we are based in the UK). Previously this was handled by a 3rd party (global-e)
We would like for this to be handled natively by Shopify which seems possible using the new international pricing rules that have been added.
However, we have come across the following issues:
1. Cannot seem to find rules for rounding up or down on 5 or 10 increments e.g. if price is converted to $43 we would rather show it as $45
2. The geolocation pop-up text doesn't seem to be editable and if the user clicks x (which we are finding is common due to user disdain for popups) then the pricing remains unchanged i.e. US customers continue to see our UK prices
Any help here would be much appreciated!
I am looking for info on this same problem. It seems like allowing the prices in different regions to be very available is a great way to cause frustrations in customers that are paying the higher price.
I can offer some input here:
I hope this helps!
One thing I also forgot - if you set prices or price adjustments, and a customer tries to check out in a different currency that doesn't match their shipping address, we automatically enforce your pricing for that country/region at checkout, so you don't have to worry about customers "cheating" your pricing.