It is no secret that the global pandemic has shifted consumer spending habits, with more and more people opting to shop online. What is different about this shift however, is where people are buying from. With the number of social media platforms available today, it should come as no surprise that there has been an increase in purchasing directly from these sites. According to research, social commerce sales will continue to rise by 35.8% by the end of 2021. Despite this, many businesses have failed to recognise how impactful price optimisation can be on social commerce, and if used correctly, how it can help retailers capitalise on the increasing popularity of social commerce.