Step 1: Set up markets within Shopify admin
You can enable multiple currencies by adding markets (different countries and regions) to your store for the currencies you want to accept.
- From your Shopify admin, go to Settings > Markets.
- Click Add Market.
- Enter a market name.
- Click the Add countries/regions button.
- Select the countries or regions that you want to include.
- Click Done.
- Click Save.
Step 2: 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||✔||✔|
If the Set product prices for countries and regions feature is available to you:
- Go to the country list and click Manage.
- Locate the Products and pricing tab and click Manage.
- Click the Currency tab and select an option.
- Click the Price adjustment tab and select an option (increase or decrease).
- Add a price adjustment percentage. (optional)
- Click Save.
Step 3: Enable the country selector
To let customers change the store currency, enable the country selector within your theme. You can do this through the Header section.
- Within your Shopify admin, go to Online Store > Themes.
- Click Customize.
- Select the Header section.
- Go to the panel on the right.
- Under the Localization heading, check the box for Show country/region selector.
Now go to the store's Home page and verify the results.
- In the screenshot below, we used the drop-down menu to switch the currency to the Japanese yen.