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Product search

Product search enables you to filter a Creator’s experiences, for example, you could:

  • Choose whether sold out products are returned
  • Return only products with active promotions
  • Return products for a specific date range or year
  • Sort the results by departure date

The product search is executed using the product_search tag. The tag returns an items array of products, a paginate Pagination object and a search Search object.

The product search will only return public, published products i.e. experiences which are published and have not been marked as private under ‘Manage product availability’ in the product settings.


  • Only one product_search tag should be used on a page to ensure expected results.
  • To return a separate search result for each date in an experience with multiple slots, use the experience_slot_search tag
{% product_search name: 'Beyond', duration: { greater_than: 3, less_than: 8 }, page_size: 12, sort: 'departure_date_asc' %}
  {% for item in result.items %}
    <p>{{ }}</p>
  {% endfor %}
    {{ paginate.collection_size }} Results
    {{ paginate | default_pagination }}
{% endproduct_search %}

It’s also possible to pass search parameters as query params, this is useful when building dynamic search pages.[name]=beyond&search[departure_date][greater_than]=2021-11-22&search[sort]=departure_date_asc

Note: Parameters passed through query params will overwrite any of those specified as an attribute on the product_search tag.


The results of the search are paginated to speed up page load, you can define the number of results displayed per page using the page_size parameter.

You can enable customers to move between the results pages using the paginate Pagination object. The default_pagination filter can be used to return a complete pagination UI.

You can assign the value of a Liquid variable to page_size.

Available months

The product search returns available_months, an array of Date objects, which can be used to construct the month and year filters for searching.

Each Date is dated 1st of the month, and there is one for each month in which a product’s slot start_on date occurs.

E.g. Today is 1st Jan 2024. You have a product with a 10 day duration, with the following slots (all future or ongoing);

  • 31th Dec 2023
  • 15th Jan 2024
  • 20th Jan 2024
  • 31th Jan 2024
  • 28th Feb 2024

The available_months will be Dates with the following dates:

  • 1st Dec 2023
  • 1st Jan 2024
  • 1st Feb 2024

You can use these to construct search filters, e.g.

{% product_search %}

  <select name="departure_month">
    {% for month in available_months %}
      <option value="{{ month | date: "%m" }}">
        {{ month | date: "%B" }}
    {% endfor %}
{% endproduct_search %}
  <select name="departure_month">
    <option value="12">December</option>
    <option value="01">January</option>
    <option value="02">February</option>


Accessing query params

Once the search has been executed, it can be helpful to get a reference to the params and values in the search. For that, we can use the search Search object.

{{ search.departure_date }}


Results can be sorted ascending or descending by name, departure date or duration using the sort parameter.

{% product_search sort: `departure_date_asc` %}
{% endproduct_search %}