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extension that automatically rounds prices to make them customer-friendly?

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  1. Dave Hilditch
    October 15, 2020 @ 7:37 am

    Thank you for your help with developing this new feature.

    For others, there is now a ’round prices’ option in the Multicurrencyalizer config area. When you enable price rounding, the following happens:

    Converted price < 20 => Round up to nearest unit. e.g. 14.28 becomes 15.

    Converted price < 500 => Round up to nearest five unit e.g. 243.17 becomes 245

    Higher than 500 => Round up to nearest 10 e.g. 814 becomes 820

    Rounding up was chosen so customers are not surprised when the payment processor converts your store currency and shows their price.

    The two big advantages to this price rounding system are:

    1) Your prices look better in all currencies

    2) Your prices tend to stay static in converted currencies – e.g. they don’t change from 9.17 to 9.23 from one day to the next due to currency fluctuations. Instead, in this case they’ll show as 10.


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