How to add multiple variations with different prices in Woocommerce (4 posts)

  1. masonhoffman8
    Posted 2 years ago #

    So here's my scenario: I am listing a clothing product in Woocommerce with the option of having up to two accessories along with it. I have added all my size variations with their respective pricing using attributes and a variable product template. That's great. Each size correctly leads to the right price.
    Where I have trouble is adding the accessory variables, each with their own price on top of the normal price.
    Example: A size 4 dress is $50, add the hair bows for an additional $10 for a total of $60 and skip on the third accessory for no additional cost.
    When I add the accessories as separate variables, their pricing completely overrides the original price determined by the size. (referring to the example, the size 4 dress with the bows shows up as $10, ignoring the $50 for the dress)
    Please note: These accessories are not individual products and as such cannot simply be listed as individual products to add to the cart.
    Any suggestions would be helpful as these items need to be made available for the public asap.

  2. apolidoro
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Have you found the answer to your question? I'm trying to add optional pricing. So for example, if my customer wants to purchase a lacrosse helmet and wants to add a certain feature (option) for additional amount, how do get that to update in bottom line pricing? I'm a newbie, so I need help please. Thanks!

  3. alokji123
    Posted 2 years ago #

    i wants answer about

    How to add multiple variations with different prices in Woocommerce

  4. Artisan Web Design
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I looking into this now. I think you need to link the variations and put in a price for each possible combination. Otherwise it doesn't seem to work.

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