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Is it possible to restrict the admin area for “WooCommerce Attach Me!” and “WooCommerce Pricing!” to user roles, such as Shop Manager? I’m thinking an Author may be confused seeing these.

yes yours is an useful suggestion To that you have just to add the following code:
WooCommerce Attach Me!
Edit the attach-me.php file and on line 128 add that snippet.

WooCommerce Pricing!
Edit the woocommerce-time-based-pricing.php file and on line 100 add that snippet.

I’ll include that enhancment in the next plugin releases.
Thank you.

Got it, thank you!

you’re welcome :)

Hi. It’s nice to see that we can control the pricing rules seperately for every product. But the function I’m looking for is that: The prices should be changing according to quantities while the way to calculate the price is different for every product.

No sure if this Plugin can work. It might be hard but the fact is we’re having different ways to calculate costs for every product since all the shipping, machine, labor fees are changing. We have an excel file holding all the prices and hopefully finding a nice plugin be able to do that.

It would be great if you can help. Thanks.

yes you can create pricing rule according to specific products and their quantity actually in cart or stock. Once selected the product, in the Time periods section just create a new time period cntaining all the Price/Dicount rule/ you need according the quantity range you wish.

Do sme test on the demo site:
user: demo
pass: demo
to be sure if the plugin fully fits your needs and expectations before purchasing.

Is there an option in WooCommerce Pricing! to have “each” or “ea.” after the calculated price?

Thanks, and happy holidays!

I’ll try! thank you :) :)

Good news, I’ve released the new 6.4 version that now implements the new text option to append text after the product price (on product page).
You find the new option in the Pricing! Text menu voice.
As always the update will be available to download in 3 – 4 days, However if you send me a private message, I can send you via email! :)

Amazing, thank you!


please can you look at this error message:WP: 4.7 and Woocommerce 2.6.11 on my shop.

Warning: Missing argument 2 for WCTBP_PriceChanger::modify_cart_html_row_price() in /homepages/38/d326425472/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-time-based-pricing/classes/frontend/WCTBP_PriceChanger.php on line 93

Warning: Missing argument 3 for WCTBP_PriceChanger::modify_cart_html_row_price() in /homepages/38/d326425472/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-time-based-pricing/classes/frontend/WCTBP_PriceChanger.php on line 93

Fatal error: Call to a member function get_price_excluding_tax() on a non-object in /homepages/38/d326425472/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-time-based-pricing/classes/frontend/WCTBP_PriceChanger.php on line 169

I installed 6.3 actually.

I need to perform some tests on your installation to try to figure out what’s wrong in it. Please send me a back end access via private message (click on my name the use the low-right box).

I sent you the acess information. Thanks

Pre-Sale Question: I am literally about to buy this and am happy with everything. I am just making sure that for my Wholesale accounts (5 tiers of different discounted tiers) upon checkout they will Not be taxed the sales tax? I am dealing with a nightmare of a 3rd party plugin from CodeCanyon with a developer team that is not on point and has not updated this feature on their plugin.

What do you exactly mean with taxed with sales taxes? Could you provide me an example? :)

By default the plugin manipulates item prices before taxes are applied. In case of cart discount, in the plugin option menu you can set if taxes have to be applied to it or not.

Basically I have my consumers buying who are being taxed. I then have my wholesale customers who do not get taxed. I also have 5 tiers for wholesale pricing (Wholesale | Bronze | Silver | Gold | Platinum). Each tier has its own set price each being a higher discount than the previous. I need all those tiers to not only have the ability of being tax exempt, but have their own individual pricing for my variable products. Each product has 6-12 variations.

no unfortuantely the plugin doesn’t offer any feature to remove applied taxes to an item.
It allows you to apply special prices to product/variations according to user role, but it will not remove the associated taxes.
It is a nice suggestion, I can try to include in a future release but I cannot give you any eta.

Purchase Code: 0e5f85b8-ec2d-430e-8431-2e8874a33cc4

Dear author,

Your plugin have some trouble in Calculating Prices (Preview before add to cart)

Example: I have 3 pricing rule:

Original price: $100

1st = 1 – 20 qty : $300 (add fixed $200 to original price) 2nd = 21 – 30 qty : $200 (add fixed $100 to original price) 3rd = 31 – ... qty : $100 (assign fixed price $100)

Set using

Use case: 1. User trigger 1st by entering 20qty in the text field : result ok (calculating price result is correct) 2. User trigger 2nd by entering 25qty in the text field : result ok (calculating price result is correct) 3. User trigger 3rd by entering 34qty in the text field : result wrong (calculating price return 2nd value/previous value)

I’ve just done a test in the demo site and it seems to properly work. I’ve configured a price rule as you said for the product Maison (log in ad give an eye) and the price is properly computed. As you can see:
  1. Entering 20 quantity: the plugin properly adds 200$ to the base price (28$)
  2. Entering 25 quantity: the plugin properly adds 100$ to the base price (28$)
  3. Entering 34 quantity: the plugin properly assigns as price 100$
Make sure you are not using any caching plugin that may interfering or make sure to have properly configured the pricing rule. In case give an eye to the one I’ve configured in the demo site (hoping that no one modifies it).

Hello I have a question before I buy this plugin. I have a shop where I sell different products, In different size bottles like 3litres, 5 litres, 10litres etc Now I want to give my customers offer so that if they buy four 5litre bottles they get the fifth one free. But this is offer is not time bound. This offer runs for all days and throughou the day. Is this possible using your plugin ?

Yes you can configure a price rule that is always active (by selecting al l the days of the weeks and all the months).

For what concerns the recurring discount (like one bottle free every five) there isn’t any special option.
You can only configure instead a discount by quantityrange. Something like if quantity in cart is min 5 apply 20% discount.

P. S.
you could use the The selected number of ites will be free option and configure different ranges. For example:
  1. 5 -9: 1 free item
  2. 10-15 : 2 free item
and so on. Do some tests on the demo site before puchasing to be sure it works as you expects.

Hi there, I can’t seem to get the demo to work correctly. I wonder if you can confirm that this is possible.

Stock level set at 50. The following prices dependent on stock level.

Sales 1-20 £39.99, 21-30 £34.99, 31-40 £29.99, 41-50 £24.99

So it get cheaper as more sells (initially £39.99 and ending up at £24.99).

Thanks! Alan

Yes, it can be done but note that the price will be assigned according the current product value stock value. So for examaple the product has a stock value of 20 and the admin creates two rule for stock ranges 10 – 19 and 20 – 30.
The customer buys 5x of that product, the plugin will only appy ther rule configured for 20 – 30 (because current item stock value is 20), It won’t apply for 1x the priced configured for rule 20 – 30 and for the other 4x the price for rule 10 – 19.

I have just discovered your plugins and I am amazed that they do exactly what I want (I want to assign orders to registered users without forcing them to log in) and I want to set up user role by product (I have a subscription / membership site where I want to offer an upgrade to an ad-free experience, which I can do by giving the upgrade subscription product a certain user role, and exempting that user role from ads). I am also switching to your ticketing system from HappyFox, which I have to pay monthly for. So I will definitely be buying those plugins from you (going to bed now but first thing Monday). HOWEVER, I am not sure if THIS plugin - Pricing! - can do what I am looking to, and I hope it does.

Here is what I would like to do: we have a magazine subscription with automatic renewals. And we would like to schedule a 3-4 year step up in renewal pricing. Normally WooCommerce allows only for a difference between the initial term and all subsequent terms, via either free trial or a signup fee, which can be different from the recurring amount. What if I want to charge X for the first year, Y for the second year, and Z for all subsequent years? Right now I have a very awkward way of doing this - via variations that denote a subscription stage - and although they get the job done, they have the drawback of leaving me with a complex product, instead of a simple product. I shouldn’t need ANY variations.

Is there a way to use your plugin to schedule a dynamic increase / change in renewal pricing, depending on the renewal term? Or somehow, depending on time since purchase? (the time could be set to the interval between initial signup and renewal). Does this make any sense?

If you think this could be arranged within the plugin settings, I would be delighted. If you think it COULD be made to work, with some dev work, please let me know if you’d be available to do it.


I’m glad you find my work useful :)
For what concerns what you asked, yes it makes sense but unfortunately the Pricing! plugin hasn’t any feature that allows you to configure pricing strategy according to a relative date (like the purchase date).
Furthermore I don’t offer any customization service (I spend most of my time for support sessions, bufgfixes and keepgoing with my plugin roadmaps) and unfortunately this kind of feature would require a deep plugin redesign.

For your purpose however the only solution that comes into my mind is the following:
  1. Create specific user roles to identify if an user bought the renewal the First, Second or the other years. Someting like paying_customer_year_1, paying_customer_year_2, paying_customer_year_premium
  2. Create 3 different products identifying the 3 different subscription plans, each one with its own price: Renewal 1 year, Renewal 2 year, Renewal premium
  3. Use the WooCommerce Role-O-Matich to assign the customer the user role according to the puchased product (Note: enable the option to remove the old role)
  4. Use the WooCommerce Products Restric Access
  5. to set Renewal products visibility (select the publish option) to the role that can puchase it.
    For example the Renewal premium product can only be visible (published) for paying_customer_year_premium ( paying_customer_year_1 and paying_customer_year_2 and unlogged users will not see that product on your shop page).
In case another solution comes to my mind, I’ll let you know! :)

Hello there I am facing a problem setting Up the discount.

I have set it up to give the 5th product free, when a item is purchased with quantity 5

But the problem it the the plugin always gives the last product in cart as free.

Please let me if you need any specific details


Hello Thanks for getting back. Can I please get your email or some secure place where I can post the logins please.

Yes, you can send me via private message. Click on my name then use the low-right box.

Done Please do let me know if you need any more info.

I’m trying to create a declining balance system using reward points or credits where a user can purchase any product for 1 point or credit; but once he/she uses all their available points, products revert to their original price. Are there any “recipes” with your plugin that would achieve this?

no unfortunately my plugin is not design to support any kind of rewarding system based on credits.
It only allows you to dynamically set product prices or to apply discounts according time periods, cart quantity and/or user role.


we’re very interested on your plugin. Before we can buy this item we have two questions.

We get prices from our manufacturer. On these prices we would like a Surcharge, not a discount. Is it possible with this plugin?

Second question.. we have the pro-version of all import for wordpress/woocommerce. Is it compatible with this plugin?

regards, minz

1. Yes you can overcharge. For example using the The price will be a percentage of orginal price strategy you can defin a percentage like 110 (that means that the price will be the 10% more than the original).
In alternative you can also use the Add a fixed value to the item original price rule that allows you to add a fixed quantity to price.

2. The plugin hasn’t any specific support for that plugin. Pricing rules are stored as options (in case of general rules) and as product meta (in case of product specific rules), so you should be able to export and import. NOTE: according to me, in case of general rules export/import, you could have some issues with product and categories ids. It could happen that the exported rules refer to some product/category ids that will not match on the destination site.

For this point I’ve never tested import/exporting with that (or any other plugin), the plugin hasn’t any feature that allows you to do that and according to me there is a good chance that it won’t work. If you are tring to do that kind of operation procede at your own risk. The support will not cover failure or issue due to that.

You can do some tests using the demo site:
user: demo
pass: demo
To see if it fits your needs and expectation. If you need some more info, feel free to ask.

Hello there. I’m extremely interested in this plugin for a client’s site, but would it be possible to ask a couple pre-buy questions?

1) Is it at all possible to have a table showing the discounts in addition to the live cart update? The actual discounted prices and quantity bands as it were, rather than the %.

2) somewhat odd question, but is it possible (even if just theoretically) to force a timed update on the price? The reason I ask is that the site for which I intend this bases its prices for items on an outside source updated every 30 seconds or so. Market value based pricing essentially. I realise that this would probably require a bit of custom coding to achieve. I realise however custom coding is not something you offer.

Other than that (the first one being more important than the second because of the client’s desires) this plugin seems perfect for my needs and is ridiculously amazingly priced!

Thank you very much for your time.

  1. no unfortunately the plugin hasn’t such a feature. It is a nice suggestion, I can consider to implement in a future release but it requires some work and I cannot give you any ETA
  2. Yes, theorically it would be possible. Using a cron job it would be possible to set product prices by reading it from an external source. This however would require some work and this feature is not expected to be included in a future release :)