This import allows you to mass update price, sale price, sale start date and sale end date. for your items on noon.com.
This article will help you to ensure a successful import walking you through how you can update your prices.
Update your price one at a time
Go to your Seller Station Go to Catalog then click Partner Catalog
Click on any product to modify your price. Any changes made to your offer will reflect immediately on the noon website.
Add your Price, discounted price as you wish then start and end date if Sale Price selected.
Price Bulk Update Steps
Step by step walkthrough
1- From your dashboard (Home) left menu, select Catalog then Imports then click on New Import at the top left of the page
- Select Price as a “Main Type”, then Price Update as “Sub-type”.
- Select Not Live as the “Status”.
- Then click Request Export to download the document.
The columns with the header that mentions "current" reflect your current prices on the website.
- Update your new prices in the columns: Price, and update if applicable Sale Price, Sale Start, Sale End to put your product on a promotion.
- The dates should be updated in the following format (2019-30-12, YYYY-DD-MM)
- Make sure that your prices are within the range reflected in the columns "noon price min" and "noon price max", otherwise your updates won't go live.
The use of "noon price min" is to help sellers avoid setting low prices to their products by mistake. And the "noon price max" is set to ensure that we offer competitive prices to our customers, which will continue to drive demand for our partners at the same time.
In case you'd like to set your prices below the "noon price min" please send an e-mail with the SKUs and their respective prices to firstname.lastname@example.org to grant your approval of the lower prices.
- Finally, upload your updated file to Seller Lab on the Imports tab by clicking Next on the page you downloaded the excel file from.
- Xlsx, TSV and CSV file formats are accepted.
- Next, import your file
- Click Submit, and your prices will go live within a few minutes
- Prices of products priced below or above the noon price range won't go live (noon price min & noon price max)
Then you can track the status of your import in the imports' status page, once it's processed, that means all your updates is in place.
Note: If your file has so many updates, it may take some time in processing, you can refresh the page using the refresh button at the top right until you get your file processed.
Understanding the Columns of the Template
Here is a brief about all the columns you would need in your import file
|Field / Column||Important||Sample value||Description|
|Country_Code||Required||AE||The country for which you've exported. Your available products will be different depending on country selected|
|id_partner||Required||1455||Your unique partner id that identifies your account and your products|
|partner_sku||Optional||ashar2||The SKU you assign your self to each and single one of your product|
|Psku_Code||Required||a51578b667d96d04e0fb34d||This code is generated as soon as your product is linked to a noon product. It is a standardized alphanumeric code that will not change. When making subsequent imports you can either use this value or your partner_sku or both|
|x_partner_title||Optional||iPhone X||The title you already assigned for your product|
|x_noon_sku||Optional||N20174454A||The noon SKU. This will only be available for linked products|
|x_noon_brand||Optional||Apple||The brand of your product as registered with Noon|
|x_noon_title||Optional||iPhone X||The title assigned to your product in Noon.com's catalog|
|current_price||Optional||100||The old price available before your import|
|current_sale_price||Optional||800||The old sale price available before your import|
|The old sale start date available before your import|
|current_sale_end_date||Optional||2019-31-03||The old sale start date available before your import|
|price||Required||90||The new price available after your import|
|sale_price||Optional||same_day||The new sale price would be available after your import.|
|sale_start_date||Optional||2019-15-03||The date you need to import as the newest update for the sale start.|
|sale_end_date||Optional||2019-31-03||The date you need to import as the newest update for the sale end.|
Best practices and tips
Calculate the price difference
Please note that this import goes through a secondary check at noon. Any price update greater than 30% will have to be verified with you via email.
Check the format within columns
Some columns require certain formatting. For example, "sale_start_date" indicates the starting date in the following format(2019-30-12, YYYY-DD-MM)
For small updates use the paste feature
If you are only making a small update (less than 500 rows) you can paste the values directly into the import and submit. That way you won't have to worry about file formats
Be sure to save your file in xlsx or CSV format
Product Catalog doesn't import XLS files. If you create or edit your file in Excel, we recommend saving the file with Unicode Text encoding.or you can simply paste all the data in the Paste tab.
Check the file format and encoding
- Windows: Select Save As > Save as type > Unicode Text.
- Mac: Select Save As > Format > UTF-16 Unicode Text.
List each offer on its own row Each row in your xlsx/CSV file must represent a single offer, such as a mobile, a toy or a T-shirt, etc.
If you need to make only minor changes or additions to the account, you might choose to export a xlsx file from Exports, edit it, then import it back into Imports.
You might find extra columns when you download the sample template, like X_noon_sku, Noon_warehouse_code, etc., those are optional fields and you can learn more about all fields from the help center.
In case of a sale, the sale price is higher than the price
This usually occurs if the sale is present and you update the price instead of the sale_price, in order to solve this, just export the price update, and fill only the sale_price update making sure it's less the price
Sale start date is not greater than the sale end date
Please make sure if sale start and end are present, that sale end is greater than the sale start, and both are following the right format (YYYY-DD-MM)