## Creating a two way lookup Price Matrix in Excel using VBA (Index/Match/SumProduct)

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I'm trying to create a pricing matrix for products but using Index/Match or SumProduct formulas are proving to be a nightmare for me, I'm wondering if VBA would be easier?

Essentially if a product width or height is in between two figures, I need the price quoted to take on the next pricing bracket. (NB: Rounding up or using Ceiling functions within the formula doesn't work for me either)

Examples of the code I've tried using are:

`=SUMPRODUCT(--(HeightRange=CEILING(Height,1000))*--(WidthRange=CEILING(Width,10))*PriceRange)`

`=INDEX(PriceRange,MATCH(MIN(ABS(HeightRange-Height)),ABS(HeightRange-Height),-1),MATCH(MIN(ABS(WidthRange-Width)),ABS(WidthRange-Width),-1))`

Example Table:

You could make use of `=AGGREGATE()`

like so:

`=INDEX(A:E,AGGREGATE(15,3,(($A$4:$A$11>=N3)/($A$4:$A$11>=N3))*ROW($A$4:$A$11),1),AGGREGATE(15,3,(($B$3:$J$3>=M3)/($B$3:$J$3>=M3))*COLUMN($B$3:$J$3),1))`

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Use:

=INDEX(B:J,MATCH(N3,A:A),MATCH(M3,B$3:J$3))

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You can use directly formulas just like both guys said above... Mine here:

=INDEX($A:$J,MATCH($N3,$A:$A,0),MATCH($M3,B$3:J$3,0))

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##### Comments

- Thanks for your reply, however this doesn't work for me as if I select width 1601 and height 1750 I want it to return a value of £111, not £96 :)
- Thank you for your reply!