Retrieving a Price Value By Looking at Two Difference Data Tables

Problem:

Listed in range1 (A4:B6) and range2 (D4:E6) are clothing items and their prices.
Cell B9 contains the name of an item from one of the ranges.
We would like to perform a lookup on both ranges, find the relevant item, and return the matching price.

Solution:
Use the ISNA and VLOOKUP functions as shown in the following formula:
=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(B9,A4:B6,2,FALSE)),VLOOKUP(B9,D4:E6,2,FALSE),VLOOKUP(B9,A4:B6,2,FALSE))

Range1___________________Range2

Item____Price____________Item______Price
Shoes___$80______________Jeans_____$70
Skirt___$30______________T-Shirt___$10
Socks___$5_______________Sneakers__$100

Item to look____Jeans
Price___________$70
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Retrieving a Price Value By Looking at Two Difference Data Tables

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