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How to bulk edit product price?

Bulk Edit Product Price is one of the most useful features of Woocommerce Bulk Product Editing Plugin which enables store managers to Bulk Edit Regular Price, Sale Price, Tax Status, Sale date and etc.

Step 1: Filter products

Before starting to bulk edit product prices you have to filter your desire products.

For example, in this tutorial, we want to bulk edit the prices of downloadable and featured products. So, as we mentioned in “How to filter products on Woocommerce bulk product editing”, we filtered those products by going to “Filter Form” and select them in the Type” tab as below:

filter products in Woocommerce Bulk Product Editing

Step 2: Customize the columns of product table

Customizing columns of the product table is not a necessary task for bulk editing product price, however, we recommend you to choose “Regular Price” and “Sale Price” columns in the column profile to better follow your changes.

If you are not familiar with choosing the columns please refer to another tutorial “How to manage product columns on woocommerce bulk product editing?

Customize the columns of product table in Woocommerce Bulk Product Editing

As we filtered “Downloadable” and “Featured” products, our product table with these columns displayed as below:

Step 3: How to change multi-product price with only one click?

It is really easy to Bulk edit product price in our plugin as we described below just by one click:

– Click on Bulk Edit in the main page to open “Bulk Edit” form

– Go to “Pricing” tab to see the below form:

change multi product price with only one click

There is no difference if you have chosen ten, one hundred or even one thousand products for editing.

You can change values in the options below according to the conditions you prefer, and change their prices at the same time. It is like magic, isn’t it?

Now let’s take a look at what is waiting for you in the “Pricing” tab of “Bulk Edit” Form.

As you may notice to the above picture, you can change:

  • Regular price
  • Sale Price
  • the Sale Date From 
  • Sale Date To
  • Tax Status
  • Tax Class

There are a lot more options related to each field. Therefore, follow this tutorial to see How to Bulk Edit Product Prices in the WooCommerce Bulk Product Editing Plugin.

Regular price

As you can see in the below picture, there are three boxes next to the Regular Price field.

change regular price in woocommerce bulk product editing

We designed some default conditions in the first box and you can choose one of them from the dropdown list to Bulk Edit Regular Prices of your filtered Products according to them, including:

  • Set New: A new value will be replaced by the current value.
  • Clear Value: The current value will be totally cleared.
  • Formula: you can use (+)plus, (-)minus, (*)times or (/)division sign to make a formula for editing the current value.

Note: (the current value = X). For example (X * (0.40))+20  mean (The current value*4%) +20. if X=20: (20*4%)+20 = 28

  • Increased by value: Increase the current value by the value you entered.
  • Decreased by value: Decrease the current value by the value you entered.
  • Increased by %: Increase the current value by the percent you have entered.
  • Decreased by %: The current value will be decreased by the percent you have entered.
  • Increase by value (From Sale): The value will be Sale Price added up Entered Value.
  • Increase by value % (From Sale): The value will be Sale price added up the percent of Sale Price, for Example if you set 10 for value, the result will be (Sale Price + (Sale Price*10%)).

Note: To see how these conditions could change the price in detail by some examples, please refer to the “ How to bulk edit product sale price” tutorial.

At the second box, you can type the value which must be a number without any special limit.

In the third box, you can set how the calculated prices according to our specified conditions and value for rounding and displaying in the product table.

round up the calculated price

The options available for the “Sale Price” are mostly the same as “Regular Price”. The difference is for the last two items of conditions which we will explain in the following.

Sale price

  • Decrease by value (From regular): The value will be the Regular Price minus the entered value
  • Decrease by value % (From regular): The value will be Regular price minus the percent of Regular Price, for example if you set 10 for value, the result will be (Regular Price – (Regular Price*10%))

Sale Date From and Sale Date To

The next two fields named “Sale Date From” and “Sale Date To”, can help you to set a schedule for starting and ending the sale date for selling your products on sale.

By choosing this date from the calendar, the Sale Price will automatically displayed in your online store from the start date to the end date.

Sale date from and Sale date to for sale price for products

Tax Status and Tax Class

All the Tax Status you have already assigned to your product in Woocommerce is available here to make controlling and managing selling the product easier for you.

tax status through the bulk product editing

You can also choose the Tax Class to be assigned to the filtered product by choosing one of the items in the dropdown list next to this field.

all of tax classes are available in bulk edit form

Note: Please refer to “ How to change multi product tax settings at the same time?”, if you need more information.

For example, we want to increase Sale Prices of our filtered product by 0.5.

To bulk edit product sale prices we followed below steps:

  • Select increase by value from the condition box of Sale Price field 
  • Type 0.5 as the value in the text box
  • Click on “Do Bulk Edit

Now, you can see that the Sale Price of our filtered products has been changes as below:

increase sale prices of our filtered product in woocommerce bulk edit form
bulk edit product price in woocommerce bulk product editor
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