## How can i pull a price from another product to display on my homepage

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Apologies I'm very new to liquid/coding and I've googled as much as I can and can't find an answer.  I'm looking to add text to my homepage that pulls the price of a product into the text of a homepage.  I'd like a paragraph of text to say something like this:

"with 100 blades costing only [price of specific product] you are set for two plus years" (again this is not on the product page. but on a separate page, calling the price up of a specific product)

bonus points if I can also do math like [price of product / 2]

the idea is i have text for a page change based on the user, so it will display whatever price they're currently set to see.  eg: canadians will CAD, americans will see USD.  (but ideally not have the currency code)

I'm sure this is extremely simple, I'm just struggling to find an answer.

Thank you.

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This is an accepted solution.

figured it out. I was just messing up the product handle when trying to assign a product to a variable, so I had found the solution earlier, just messed up implementation. I knew it had to be simple.

{% assign content_price = all_products['asdf-asdf'] %}  (the product handle is the name of the product in the URL eg:/products/asdf-asdf  the handle is asdf-asdf
{{ content_price.title }} is {{ content_price.price | divided_by: 100 | money }}

result:
Asdf Asdf is \$0.10

New Member
2 1 0

This is an accepted solution.

figured it out. I was just messing up the product handle when trying to assign a product to a variable, so I had found the solution earlier, just messed up implementation. I knew it had to be simple.

{% assign content_price = all_products['asdf-asdf'] %}  (the product handle is the name of the product in the URL eg:/products/asdf-asdf  the handle is asdf-asdf
{{ content_price.title }} is {{ content_price.price | divided_by: 100 | money }}

result:
Asdf Asdf is \$0.10

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