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Hi - I'm attempting to explore moving to e-junkie.
If I want to give a discount when somebody buys more than one of a certain item, how do I implement that?
Buy 1 = $50
Buy 2 = $80
I currently have a paypal button with a dropdown box for these items, which was easy to do in paypal.
Also, is it possible to override shipping settings and just set an amount for a certain product?
FOr example, I operate a hire business and hte customer pays for delivery & return postage from the start ($28).
If they buy the item, postage is $14, if they hire, it's $28
The only way that I can see to do this is to give say small box = $14 and large box = $28 and say that the buy option ships in the small box and the hire option ships in a large box???
Any help appreciated.
POSTED ON: September 24, 2011 @ 04:57 GMT -7
This help page explains our discount settings:
E.g., you could set up an automatic (no code) discount that kicks in automatically when Min. Item Qty=2 is met in the buyer's cart. If you make this a product-specific discount, it would only count the quantity of that item and alter the per-item price of the item by a flat amount.
This help page explains our shipping calculation settings:
We don't have a direct way to explicitly exempt a tangible product from your other shipping settings or override those with some other shipping charge on a product-specific basis, but there may be a way to effectively accomplish the same result with the shipping settings themselves. If you could explain how you want all your shipping calculations to work in general for all your other products, and perhaps explain more about this exception product, we could explain how to set up shipping calculation to work as you require.
Feel free to email us if you'd prefer not to cover those details here in public:
POSTED ON: September 26, 2011 @ 17:24 GMT -7
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