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Enhanced E-Commerce Revenue Figure Not Working

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I can not figure out why e-commerce is pulling a random number for revenue after purchase. I ran a test transaction this afternoon to isolate the transaction, analytics-debug information and analytics report.

 

From what I can see:

  1. GA is reporting revenue of $44.99 (image below)
  2. analytics debugger is showing ec:revenue set to 80.74 (analytics debug)

Any help would be hugely appreciated. Attached is the debugger output (https://gist.github.com/anonymous/c80f68efd053ff552b30) from the order confirmation page and a screenshot of the time period of the transaction in GA.

 

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Re: Enhanced E-Commerce Revenue Figure Not Working

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Hi Dillon,

80.74 seems to be correct. You have a product with price of 65 + tax 7.34 + shipping 8.4 = 80.74

$44.99 is the product revenue and it is calculated based on the quantity and average product price.

For the transaction details please check the Ecommerce -> Sales Performance report. You should see 80.74 there. Hope this helps.

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Hi,

Is it showing : price: "65" - ( tax: "7.34" + shipping: "8.4" ) = 49.26

Best Regards,
GA Guru.

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Hi Dillon,

80.74 seems to be correct. You have a product with price of 65 + tax 7.34 + shipping 8.4 = 80.74

$44.99 is the product revenue and it is calculated based on the quantity and average product price.

For the transaction details please check the Ecommerce -> Sales Performance report. You should see 80.74 there. Hope this helps.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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