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Craft shows the sale running, and can tell which products are on sale using a:

{% set saleProducts = craft.products()
  .hasVariant({
    hasSales: true,
    hasStock: true
}).all() %}

loop, but on the product itself. However, variant.onSale doesn't detect the sale, and variant.salePriceAsCurrency brings up the original price.

In the CMS looks like things are set up correctly -- the sale is connected to the product/varient and the product is promotable.

What am I missing here?

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  • Can you share your for code that spits out the saleProducts? Jun 30 at 20:52

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My suggestion: The discounted price will only be shown for the item already ADDED to the cart.

{% for lineItem in cart.lineItems %}
{{ dump(lineItem.total) }}
{% endfor %}

https://i.imgur.com/VDs6NwD.png

https://docs.craftcms.com/commerce/api/v3/craft-commerce-models-lineitem.html#public-properties

Therefore, I think you can get a saleModel applicable to the iterable variant and then use these properties to manually calculate and display the discount

https://docs.craftcms.com/commerce/api/v3/craft-commerce-models-sale.html#public-properties

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