Discussion on WooCommerce Cart Based Shipping

Discussion on WooCommerce Cart Based Shipping

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I am looking for a plugin that can do the following:

1. Add a minimum value for the order 2. Add shipping fees and a minimum order at the same time 3. Different shipping fees for different zip codes.

Is this possible?

Definitely! WooCommerce shipping zones can be narrowed down by postal code, and each zone can have its own Cart Based method. This allows you to setup different rules or pricing for each zone. There is a field that allows you to enter the minimum subtotal for shipping, and the table below that you can enter one shipping cost or multiple if you need the price to change based on how much the customer purchased.

Hello. We have 28 different sizes of products, they all should have different shipping prices for different postcodes. Can this be done by your plugin?

I’m afraid not with this one. It’s a very simplistic method just based on cart totals.

Hello, pre-sales question: Is it possible to have a discount on the shipping value (let’s say 50% on the normal shipping value) once you purchase more than 200€? Thanks in advance!

In a way, yes. You can specify pricing so that shipping is $10, but once the customer spends 200, the shipping cost is $5. So there’s no percent settings, but you can change the flat rate based on how much the customer is purchasing.

Hello, I’d just like a simple plugin that offers 3 different shipping prices,+ free, ie. buy 1 product = $x shipping cost, buy 2 product = $y shipping cost, buy 3 product = $z shipping cost, then free over $100 spent on product. Does your Card Based Shipping plugin do this? (And this would be done automatically, as customer chooses the quantity). Thanks.

If it is based on the number of products in the cart, no special circumstances or products, then yes, this plugin could help! It only calculates based on one condition, however. So for this scenario you would choose ‘Item Count’. Then you can use a ‘Free Shipping’ method to setup the $100 minimum subtotal option.

Unfortunately I don’t have the option to hide this method when the free shipping option is available. (Something that my other method has and I will have to add it to this method next.) In the meantime, you could try the following Code Snippet.

Or it looks like this plugin would be helpful!