Price Rounding: A Complete Guide

Created by Angel Mavare, Modified on Fri, 12 Apr at 9:15 PM by Génesis Gómez


This innovative feature revolutionizes pricing strategies by offering customizable rounding options tailored to your business's unique needs and the discerning tastes of your clientele. From simplifying accounting to optimizing price appeal, Price Rounding transforms numerical complexity into strategic advantage, ensuring every figure reflects your brand's commitment to clarity and quality.
The Price Rounding feature is a versatile tool designed to provide businesses with enhanced control over their pricing presentations. This feature addresses the need for precision and simplicity in pricing structures, catering to a wide range of business models and customer preferences. 

Uses Cases, Benefits & Features 


  1. Simplified Accounting: Easier financial reporting and reduced computational complexity, particularly with rounding to whole numbers or tens.
  2. Enhanced Customer Experience: Clearer, more predictable pricing through precise rounding, like to the nearest tenth.
  3. Improved Price Perception: Rounding to whole numbers or tens can make prices seem more attractive and digestible, possibly leading to increased sales.
  4. Streamlined User Interface: The feature's integration into the existing calculator interface ensures a user-friendly experience.
  5. Automated Consistency: Automatic rounding minimizes the likelihood of manual errors and ensures consistent pricing.

Use Cases:

  1. Marketing Strategy: Utilizing higher unit rounding (hundreds or thousands) as a psychological pricing tactic, especially for high-value items.
  2. Adaptability in Pricing Strategies: Dynamically adjusting rounding strategies based on market trends, customer feedback, or internal policies.
  3. Versatility Across Industries: Applicable in various industries, whether retail, services, or e-commerce, enhancing its utility.
  4. Customized Pricing Models: Applying different rounding rules to different products or services for tailored pricing strategies.


  1. Rounding Precision Options: Offers five rounding modalities - nearest tenth, whole number, tens, hundreds, and thousands.
  2. Automatic Calculation: Fully automated process for consistent and accurate pricing application.

How to Activate & Use This Feature 

1. Go to the Calculator menu > Select Calculator Settings > Currency Settings > Price Rounding.

2. Choose the Rounding Type.

The feature offers five distinct rounding modalities, each catering to different levels of pricing precision:

  • Nearest Tenth (1 decimal place): Prices are rounded to one decimal place, refining costs to the nearest tenth of a unit. For instance, $123.45 becomes $123.50.                                                                                        
  • Nearest Whole Number: Prices are rounded to the nearest whole number, eliminating decimal points for simplicity. For example, $123.45 is rounded to $123.00.                                                                                            
  • Nearest Tens: This option rounds prices to the nearest ten, streamlining pricing for easier comprehension. A price like $123.45 would round down to $120.00.                                                                                                            
  • Nearest Hundreds: For a broader rounding scope, prices are rounded to the nearest hundred, suitable for higher-priced items. $123.45 becomes $100.00, and $178.45 rounds up to $200.00.                                                                        
  • Nearest Thousands: This is the broadest rounding scope, rounding prices to the nearest thousand, which is particularly useful for very high-value items or services. $1,234.5678 rounds down to $1,000, and $1,789.56 rounds up to $2,000.

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