Sell in multiple currencies with Shopify Payments
When you enable multiple currencies, your customers can pay for their orders and receive refunds in their local currency. Your prices are converted based on the foreign exchange rate, which is set automatically by default based on market rates, but you can choose to set the foreign exchange rate manually.
The following list of limitations and exclusions apply when selling in multiple currencies:
Selling in multiple currencies is only supported by Shopify Payments. Orders placed using Paypal or other third party payment providers are processed in your store currency.
Selling in multiple currencies is supported in your online store only. Shopify POS supports only your store currency. You can't sell in multiple currencies in other channels.
You can't set specific prices based on country while selling in multiple currencies, but you can set the exchange rate manually to control the price.
Draft orders are always in the currency of your store.
Some banks and credit card issuers may charge buyers extra international transaction fees even if the credit card is charged in local currency.
You can view your reports only in your store currency.
Some currency conversion apps from the Shopify App Store are not compatible with selling in multiple currencies with Shopify Payments. With some apps, buyers might see amounts in their local currency in the online store, but at checkout, currency reverts back to the store currency. We recommend using Geolocation app by Shopify to help buyers browse your store in their local currency.
- Enabling your store to sell in multiple currencies
- Conversions and risks
- Conversion fees
- Selling cross-border
- Migrating your apps to support selling multiple currencies
You can accept and refund payments in the following currencies: