Configuring Inventory Items to use Rewards Points

Because Reward Points are a form of currency, your inventory item SKUs must have a set Reward Points price. The following sections detail the options you have to configure your SKUs for Reward Points.

Adding a Reward Points Price

Admin: Corporate Admin
Page: Inventory > Products > Item Detail > Pricing
Permission: ViewInventory()

Reward Points are a form of currency (RWD in the system). You must add an RWD currency amount for every inventory item you want Associates to purchase with their point balance.

On the Pricing tab:

  1. Add a Price Adjustment.

  2. For Price, enter how many Reward Points the item will cost.

  3. For Currency Type, select Reward Points (RWD).

  4. For Stores, choose Corporate and Wholesale.

  5. Select any necessary Price Group, Regions, and Order Types. Each must correspond with the data selected in the shopping carts configuration in Web Office Admin.

  6. Click Set Price.

Removing Non-Reward Points Zero Currency Amounts

Admin: Corporate Admin
Page: Settings > Advanced Settings > General
Permission: ViewAdministration(), ViewAdvancedSettings

When you’re adding prices to your Reward Point inventory items, you have the option to have an actual currency price and one with Reward Points. The real currency will display next to the Reward Points currency in the shops.

For example:

Different currencies example

Suppose you want some inventory items just to have a Reward Point price and no other real currency. Adding a Price Adjustment with only Reward Points will result in the actual currency showing as $0.00.

For example:

Zero currencies example

To hide zero currency amounts when using Reward Points, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Advanced Settings > General.

  2. Locate the Remove Non Reward Zero Amount Currencies checkbox.

    Remove Non Reward Zero Amount Currencies checkbox
  3. Click the checkbox to enable.

  4. Click Save Changes.

The item will now display only the Reward Points price.

Only Reward Points
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