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Sell in multiple currencies with Shopify Payments

Selling in multiple currencies lets you accept payments in multiple currencies with Shopify Payments.

Customers shop and pay in their local currency

Your customers can pay for their orders and receive refunds in their local currency. The customer's local currency can be chosen from their location or from a currency selector that you can add to your theme.

Prices are automatically converted and use rounding rules

Your prices are automatically converted based on the foreign exchange rate and rounding rules. The conversion fee for the transaction is included in the total that your customers pay.

Supported currencies

You can accept and refund payments in the following currencies:

  • Australian dollar (AUD)
  • Canadian dollar (CAD)
  • Denmark Krone (DKK)
  • Euro (EUR)
  • Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
  • Japanese yen (JPY)
  • New Zealand dollar (NZD)
  • Pound sterling (British pound) (GBP)
  • Singapore dollar (SGD)
  • United States dollar (USD)

Use cases

Selling in multiple currencies lets your customers pay for their orders using their currency. This feature is a good option when your business is in one of the following situations:

  • You have one online store that has international traffic and you want to increase your conversions from your international customers.

  • You want to offer regional stores. For example, you have a store in one region and you'd like to sell to customers who live in a similar region, but use a different currency. For example, Australia and New Zealand are similar in that they are geographically close and share the same seasons. You could use selling in multiple currencies to sell in Australia and offer a regional experience for your New Zealand customers.

  • You have a strong international presence with stores in different countries and regions. You have one international store that uses selling in multiple currencies to convert customers where you don't have a specific presence yet.

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