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PLA feed disapproved: My product page has two prices listed

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Hi everyone,

 

My product feed is getting disapproved because they say that the price in my product feed doesn't match the price on my website. That is because the price for size 2XL t-shirts is $1 more than the price for the same t-shirt in a smaller size.  When you first go to the t-shirt product page, the price says $20, so it's not matching the $21 price listed in the product feed. However, on my website, when you click the size drop-down menu and change the size to 2XL, the price changes to $21.

 

Anyone have ideas on how I can fix or work around this issue?

Thanks in advance!

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July 2016

Re: PLA feed disapproved: My product page has two prices listed

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generally, the choices in such a case are:

(1) do not submit those particular (variant) items -- remove them from the feed;

(2) preselect and display the exact variant using

url-parameters with a server-side script; e.g.
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123?pattern=solid&color=red&size=small
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123?pattern=solid&color=red&size=2xl

note: do not use client-side solutions such as javascript.

(3) use a separate landing-page page per variant;
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123-solid-red-small
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123-solid-red-2xl

if variants are submitted be certain to also include at least one unique variant
attribute value and an identical common item_group_id attribute value, for all
items within the variant-group.

 

as an aside, if there is any schema.org microdata on the site, be certain that

the microdata also matches the exact variant, or the automatic-item-updates

(optional) feature is disabled within the merchant-center-account.

 

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
July 2016

Re: PLA feed disapproved: My product page has two prices listed

[ Edited ]
Top Contributor
# 2
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generally, the choices in such a case are:

(1) do not submit those particular (variant) items -- remove them from the feed;

(2) preselect and display the exact variant using

url-parameters with a server-side script; e.g.
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123?pattern=solid&color=red&size=small
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123?pattern=solid&color=red&size=2xl

note: do not use client-side solutions such as javascript.

(3) use a separate landing-page page per variant;
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123-solid-red-small
http://www.example.com/products/tshirt-123-solid-red-2xl

if variants are submitted be certain to also include at least one unique variant
attribute value and an identical common item_group_id attribute value, for all
items within the variant-group.

 

as an aside, if there is any schema.org microdata on the site, be certain that

the microdata also matches the exact variant, or the automatic-item-updates

(optional) feature is disabled within the merchant-center-account.