Price filtering

You can load prices and descriptions for bikes you sell, so that your bikefinder results include prices.

To load prices, click on your email address on the top-right of the web app and select “Your prices”:

Your Prices menu

On the price maintenance page, you can add prices manually, edit prices, search for prices, or upload a file of prices:

Price maintenance page
Price maintenance page

If you would like to upload a pricefile, please contact us for a sample file.

Once you have prices loaded on the account you will see the 'Min Price' and 'Max Price' option boxes appear in the preferences section of Advanced Bike Finder:

Price min/max fields
Price min/max fields

You will see that the values shown are scaled according to the prices you have supplied. There are small steps in price at the bottom end of the range that become larger as you move to higher price brackets. In the example below there are no bikes loaded with a price less than $1000 (New Zealand Dollars).

Steps in min price
Steps in min price

Once you've entered the customers price range, click the 'Find my Bike Options' button as usual.

Results with prices
Results with prices

You will see the 'Price' column added to the headline results. You'll also note that the bikes are named by current model specification instead of the frame designation we use. For instance - Felt AR3 instead of Felt AR MKII Carbon as it appears in our database. The model names are set in the price file.

Using the price filter aids in giving your customer bike options that fit them, suit their purpose and meet their budget.
Please note that the prices will not appear in the report (yet).