Prices are required for each book that you wish to sell on Google Play. To sell books, you also need to complete a one-off setup of your account-level payment settings. If you want to edit prices for multiple books, you can use a spreadsheet.
For Partners who use ONIX, any changes that you make in the Partner Centre should also be made in your ONIX feed. The next time that you send an ONIX feed, the information that you provided via ONIX will overwrite your current settings.
Some features described on this page may not be available, as selling books on Google Play is limited to certain countries/regions.
Add a price to your book
To add a new price, follow the steps below.
- Sign in to the Partner Centre.
- Select Add a price.
- Choose the currency.
- Enter the price.
- Select the list of countries or regions where this price should apply.
- To find a country or region, enter it in the search field.
- You can add or exclude countries or regions.
In the 'Effective prices' section of the new Partner Centre, you can find:
- List price
- Base price
- Your revenue
- Effective dates
Tip: If you don’t use the currency conversion tool, you need to provide separate list prices in the appropriate currency for each country.If you provide a list price but your account shows an error message such as 'Pricing information is missing or not applicable', you may need to check the settings in the Partner Centre. For more help, you can use the Play Books troubleshooter.
Edit more price settings
To access additional settings:
- Select More details/Show additional settings.
- Add, edit or delete prices.
- To delete a price, select the X of each row.
- Select Save.
To find more settings, click More details/Show additional settings.
Is tax included?
This setting determines if Google should calculate the taxes for a book.
Do fixed price laws apply?
This setting applies if fixed pricing laws apply to one of your sales territories.
This setting is for when you add a new additional price when you already have an existing price. You can do this at least one day in advance of the start date.