Price rules for quickbooks online

Hi Guys,


I'm using quickbooks plus subscription


I've followed the instructions to enable price rules in quickbooks online, however, the option doesn't exist under Account settings--> Sales.


Is there another way to activate it or is the function no longer available?


I've attached a screenshot of the settings available to me



Hi there, Khan11.

The Price rules feature is currently unavailable in QuickBooks Online (QBO) International version. As a workaround, you can manually apply a discount to one or more items on the invoices or sales receipts.

For the steps and details on how to create and apply the discount item, you can check out this article: Discount as a line item on invoices and sales receipts.

I'll personally share your product suggestion with our Product Development Team regarding with Price rules feature in the International version. 

You can always visit the Community if you need anything else.

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