For products in a collection connected to the builder variants, the product takes random items from the variant to show the price, displaying the lowest available price for that particular bundle.
As a sample for this is an order that shows $72 on the collection page but the lowest price is actually $75.
The reason why you'll see $72 on the collection page is that there is a variant with that specific price for the builder in question. This means it's correctly displaying the lowest available price for that particular bundle.
There could be various reasons why that order was priced at $72. It might be due to a previous discount applied either through Shopify or our app, or perhaps a different component price was in effect at that time. Unfortunately, we cannot pinpoint the exact cause.
Here's a quick solution for this issue:
1. Duplicate the builder as a backup.
2. Go to the original builder product.
3. Proceed to delete the $72 variants in the builder product.
Afterward, you can reach out to support if needed, and they can clean the metafields associated with this product to prevent any variant errors. If this approach works, you can safely delete the backup builder. If not, you can continue using the backup builder, as it essentially serves as a duplicate.