A marketplace can contain a single country or a group of countries. For example, you can create a marketplace called "The Americas" for Canada, the United States and Mexico; and create another marketplace for just one country.Start free trial
International domains increase your store's visibility on search engines, helping to attract new customers and increase store conversions; SHOPLINE Markets makes it easier to set up region-specific domain strategies by automatically creating subfolders when creating new marketplaces.Start free trial
SHOPLINE Markets makes it easy to add mainstream local payment methods to your checkout options to help reduce abandonment rates.Start free trial
SHOPLINE Markets gives international customers a highly trusting experience by collecting duties and import taxes on the checkout page; this allows customers to clearly understand the total cost at checkout, while ensuring merchants remain compliant in every market.Start free trial
When you create an active marketplace, customers in those countries/regions will browse and pay in their local currency by default.
Currency conversions occur during a transaction, such as when a payment is obtained, a refund is issued, or a chargeback occurs. The foreign exchange rate used is always the rate for the duration of the transaction.
You can set the corresponding product and logistics prices for individual active markets.
When selling in local currency, you can use discount codes to offer percentage based discounts and fixed amount discounts to your customers.
Gift card denominations and balances are set in your store's currency, but customers purchase and redeem in their local currency.
Refunds are always issued to the customer in the currency the customer used to pay for the order.
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