There are three different options for setting up your product prices through Expressfy

You can set the pricing rules from the Expressfy extension.

Multiplier Price Markup multiplies the original product price by percentage.

For example, a product that costs $15 with a multiplier of 200% would cost $30.

Fixed Price Markup markup is commonly calculated as the difference between wholesale price and retail price. For example, if a product costs $100, the selling price with a 25% markup would be $125.

Price Markup by Amount is calculated by adding the amount you wish to the Retails price. For example, if a product costs $100, the selling price with a $20 markup by amount would be $120.

Price cents value allow you to set specific cents value for your product listed on your Shopify store. For example, if the calculated price after the markup is $75.64 and you want it to be listed on your Shopify store as $75.99 all you have to do is set the price cents value to 95.