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How to Set Up Multiple Currencies


Step 1: Set up Markets Within Shopify Admin

You can enable multiple currencies by adding markets for the different countries and regions to your store for the currencies you want to accept.

  1. From your Shopify admin, go to Settings > Markets.
  2. Click Add Market.
  3. Enter a market name.
  4. Select the country or region that you want to include.
  5. Click Done.
  6. Click Save.

 

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Step 2: Turn On Use Local Currencies

  1. From your Shopify admin, go to Settings > Markets.
  2. Click on Manage beside the market you set up in Step 1 (or another of interest, such as International).
  3. Click on Manage beside Currency and pricing.
  4. Click on the Use local currencies drop-down menu and select On.
  5. Under Currency (next to Use local currencies) ensure US Dollar is selected (so where local currency is not available, USD will be shown).
  6. Click Save.

 


Step 3: Set Rounding Rules and International pricing

The features that you can use to customize your international pricing model depend on your store's Shopify plan.

  Basic Shopify Shopify Advanced Shopify Shopify Plus
View country and region pages
Set price rounding rules
Set custom rounding rules  
Set price adjustments  
Set product prices for countries and regions    

Step 4: Enable the Country Selector

To allow your customers to change the currency of your store, you need to enable the country selector within your theme. You can do this either through your Header section.

  1. Within your Shopify admin, go to Online Store > Themes.
  2. Go to your selected theme, and select Customize.
  3. Select your Header section.
  4. Under localization, select Enable country/region selector.

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