How do I have different shipping prices for Europe and the rest of the World? (37 posts)

  1. yvonner
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Am using "Table Rate Shipping" and we were doing fine until we encountered changed shipping fees based on a combination of weight & size. As an example if I sell "small box" alone then the shipping class "small" would calculate the correct shipping fee. If I then sell "big box" alone then the shipping class "big" works fine.

    But if the client buys one "small box" and one "big box" then unless we ship in 2 separate packages, the calculated shipping fee is wrong (too low).

    What I need is for system to use shipping class "big" for both items if a "small box" and a "big box" are purchased together. Possible?

  2. ontwerp
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi all

    Just love the flat rate shipping menu but I want to duplicate this in total for EU and NON eu sections [versus local].
    The again I want to keep the sending classes intact per new sending method.

    Anyone managed to duplicate the class:
    "class-wc-shipping-flat-rate.php" and rename it to
    "class-wc-shipping-flat-rate-eu.php" e.g. renamed the folder, class name but did not work. Is there a place where a have to trigger this 'new' sending method?

    Kind regards

  3. Schmutte
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Maybe you should check the extensions:
    WooCommerce German Market (WCGM)” and “WooCommerce Role Based Prices (WCRBP)”.

    WCGM started as an extension for WooCommerce shops, by adding sides for the special legal requirements in Germany. By now it grew up to a powerful woocommerce tool with editors for: delivery time, shippping, taxes and measurment units, and many more.

    WCRBP: New roles for customers can be set up, and to each role, a specific price can be assigned. This offers great opportunities for shop owners who wants to sell to retailer, end consumer, regular customers, association members, students or other special roles.

    Both extensions ara available in english and german.

  4. Nimrod Flores
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I also had the same problem before. I couldn't find a way to set up rates to shipping classes and I tried searching the web, found the documentations from WooThemes themselves but it seems like they're not that good with it.

    I just wanted to set up flat rate shipping charges which are supposedly included with the free version of the plugin, but they don't have instructions on how to do it. They're trying to sell us instead this table rate extension which costs at least $199.

    But after a few hours of flipping through the settings pages, I finally figured out how to do it. It's kinda long so I wrote it in detail here:

    How To Assign Rates To Shipping Classes in Woocommerce Plugin

  5. hatex
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello everyone!!

    First let me say I am so new in wordpress and not so professional user!!
    I am doing setup Woocommerce for my Shopping page!!

    I wanted to separate the countries between EU and rest of the world and I did it by putting rest of the world in the list of Specific Countries in FLAT RATE option and gave separate price with 1 euro for each extra item!!
    and it works! for example: you are from USA. you order sth for 11 euro and it charge you first 8 euro for shipping and if u order more things your shipping raises 1 euro more! excatly the thing i wanted!

    I wanted to do the same for my European list but i couldn't find another Flat rate option with its possibilities, therefore; i put my EU country list inside INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY and choosed Selected Countries and then gave my fix shipping price for example 5 euro but there is no option here to setup this 1 euro more for extra item!

    hope you dears can help me because i am completely confused

  6. hatex
    Posted 2 years ago #

    and maybe i can make understanding of my question easier!
    first check out this example website http://tympanikaudio.com/order/
    and then please tell whethere Woocommerce plugin can be setup like this shipping website system or not


  7. be.creative
    Posted 2 years ago #

    So glad I came across this post. Thank you "Nimrod" for your article. I was able to create 2 separate shipping classes for my wholesale products so they will always be charges shipping, not matter cart total, where retail over $50 have a free shipping option. Saved me many hours & headaches. Thank you!

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