Does Google support the use of up to four or more decimal places per unit pricing on structured data?For example, on schema.org and Google structure data support pages lack the depth, and Webmaster forums have no confirmed examples.

Does Google support the use of up to four or more decimal places per unit pricing on structured data?For example, on schema.org and Google structure data support pages lack the depth, and Webmaster forums have no confirmed examples.

Webmaster Guru Asked on November 11, 2016 in Decimal Places.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

I need to double check with the team on that. So if you have an example that I can send to the team to look at, that might be something to do. Another option might be to bundle the pricing into groups that make sense for your users. So for example, if you’re selling nails, then you don’t want to price each individual nail. You’ll have a pound of nails or something like that. And you’ll have that unit as the unit that you’re selling. Depending on what else you’re selling, maybe you’ll have, I don’t know, a 12 pack or 100 pack. And that’s something that you would be selling there. And that would decide the price for that unit that you’re providing in the Search results. But if there’s something that doesn’t quite fit into that, then feel free to send me a note with some examples so that I can take a look at that with the team here and we can figure out what we need to change on our side or what we could recommend for your specific use case.

Webmaster Guru Answered on November 11, 2016.
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