When adding a new variant with an increase in price the new price is not reflected

Babyvella100
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I have added a new variant to a product with a price increase however when I preview this and select the new variant it is not reflected in the original price. Cn anyone please help with this, Thanks

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First you need to Check Variant Settings, Cache Clearing, Platform Support, Preview Mode, Javascript or CSS Conflicts, Testing Environment, Recheck Configuration, Code Review, Consult Experts. you can follow this Steps.

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herrymarn
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If you're encountering a situation where adding a new variant with an increase in price isn't reflecting the new price, there could be several reasons behind it. Here's a step-by-step guide to troubleshoot and potentially resolve the issue:

  1. Cache Refresh: Sometimes, changes may not be reflected immediately due to caching mechanisms. Try clearing your browser cache or refreshing the page to see if the new price appears.

  2. Backend Update: Ensure that the backend system or database is correctly updating the price for the new variant. If there's an issue with the backend code, the frontend won't display the updated price.

  3. Code Review: Review the code responsible for displaying prices on the frontend. Ensure that it's correctly fetching and displaying the price for the selected variant.

  4. Variant Configuration: Double-check the configuration of the new variant. Ensure that the price increase is properly set up in the system.

  5. Browser Compatibility: Verify that the issue isn't specific to a particular browser. Test the website on different browsers to see if the problem persists.

  6. Product Data: Make sure that the new variant with the increased price is correctly saved in the product database. Check for any discrepancies in the data.

  7. Testing Environment: If possible, replicate the issue in a testing environment. This allows you to experiment without affecting the live website.

  8. Version Control: If your website or application is managed through version control (e.g., Git), check for recent changes that might have introduced the issue.

  9. Contact Support: If you're using a third-party platform or software for managing your variants and prices, consider reaching out to their support team for assistance.

  10. Debugging Tools: Utilize browser developer tools or debugging tools provided by your development environment to inspect network requests and JavaScript errors that might be causing the problem.

By following these steps, you should be able to identify the root cause of the issue and implement the necessary solution to ensure that the new price is reflected correctly when adding a new variant with an increase in price.

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