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Prestashop Pick Up at store module with address replacement

Prestashop Pick Up at store module with address replacement

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This module allows you to add a “Pick up in store” option for your customers to choose a pick up location in the checkout.

You can adjust how pick up points are displayed:
  • flat list
  • map – Open Street Map (no tokens needed) or MapBox (access token required)
  • dropdown list
  • dropdown list + map

Pick up points are displayed right below the carrier in the checkout (many other modules display pick up locations on the bottom of the carriers list).

Locations to choose from are based on the stores entered in your shop’s Contact preferences.

Chosen location is displayed in the Shipping section of the order view in back office.

The module also has an unique option to replace delivery address for the order with pick up location address. This way your customers will not be confused about the chosen delivery method (please note that the location is replaced after placing the order, so it does not affect tax calculations)

You also have an option to notify the selected store about the new order directly.

You also have an additional variable that you can use in “order confirmation” and “new order” email templates, that allows you to display chosen pick up location anywhere in the template.

Check out the live preview and screenshots above!

Note: the module is compatible with standard prestashop 1.7 checkout, if you have any OPC module, please contact us first for compatibility information.

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