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Version: 3.x

Prices

Introduction

Saleor API has four different types that represent prices. The most basic type consists of a currency code and a numeric amount. The most complex one can define a range of prices, including net, gross, and tax amounts.

Saleor does not enforce any particular set of currency codes, but we strongly recommend using the three-letter codes defined by the ISO 4217 standard.

Displaying prices

Presenting a number depends on the language and region. If you are building a web application, we recommend using the Intl.NumberFormat API.

API Reference

Money

Money is a basic type for keeping prices without taxes. We do not restrict currency code values, so a user uses crypto-currencies or other custom currency.

type Money {
currency: String!
amount: Float!
}
  • currency: Currency code for price. Currency depends on the chosen Channel.
  • amount: Price amount.

TaxedMoney

The most common example of TaxedMoney is a ProductVariant price. If a user does not use any tax integration, both net and gross prices will be populated with the same value.

type TaxedMoney {
currency: String!
gross: Money!
net: Money!
tax: Money!
}
  • currency: Currency code for price. Currency depends on the chosen Channel.
  • gross: Gross value (price with taxes).
  • net: Net value (price without taxes).
  • tax: Tax value.

MoneyRange

MoneyRange is used to display prices for a ShippingZone.

type MoneyRange {
start: Money
stop: Money
}
  • start: Lowest price in the range.
  • stop: Highest price in the range.

TaxedMoneyRange

TaxedMoneyRange is used in Products, because variants can differ in prices. You can display it as "price starts from $10" or "$10–$20".

type TaxedMoneyRange {
start: TaxedMoney
stop: TaxedMoney
}
  • start: Lowest price in the range.
  • stop: Highest price in the range.