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schama Offer data - price or sales_price?

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Hi Together,

 

I implemented this schema on our website http://schema.org/Offer

In my feed I have a price and sales_price.

 

Which one should I put on the offer schema?

the price or sales_price?

 

Thank you for your help!

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November 2015

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yeah we were on different track but as far i get now:

I have checked and you need to put the sales price And not the offer price....
For the microdata, you need to have the sale price..

 

Because under the microdata which gives you the quality output, you need to put the amount which customer needs to pay finally ... Offer price is seasonal so it cannot be put under the micro data.. Sale price is consistent and fixed, therefore the sales price has to be updated.

Ana

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Hello Nathan

You need to put "price" in feed you can see the details here: https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6069143?hl=en

Good Luck!!!

Ana

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Sorry, but your English is not so clear and from the link you provided it says it should be the sales_price.
Quote:
"If a sales price is shown on the landing page and this price is what a user would actually pay at that point in time, please ensure that this price is provided in the microdata."

Re: schama Offer data - price or sales_price?

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Excuse me about the English, but i generally use short lines and terms in hurry.

Plus about the Quote i think they are saying if sales price = user need to pay, so the price should be in microdata.

As you can leave the sales price blank but price should contain some value: Refer :https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6191341?hl=en&ref_topic=3404778 (further explained in previouslink)


Regards


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No worries, but I'm not sure if we talk about the same thing.
Does price value from the website microdata (Schema.org Offer) be the price or sales_price?

So from all I understand from the quote is, if there is a sales_price use it as value for the mircodata.
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Accepted by topic author Nathan K
November 2015

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# 6
Explorer ✭ ✭ ☆

yeah we were on different track but as far i get now:

I have checked and you need to put the sales price And not the offer price....
For the microdata, you need to have the sale price..

 

Because under the microdata which gives you the quality output, you need to put the amount which customer needs to pay finally ... Offer price is seasonal so it cannot be put under the micro data.. Sale price is consistent and fixed, therefore the sales price has to be updated.

Ana

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Thanks for your help Ana Smiley Happy

It's sometimes confusing to choose the best for Google Shopping. Your help is really appreciated.

Wishes,
Nathan

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Your welcome, thanks for the feedback.

Good Luck!!

Ana