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Gift Certificates (Part 1)

Thread began 10/16/2009 6:03 pm by scott351953 | Last modified 10/27/2009 10:00 pm by scott351953 | 1319 views | 5 replies


Gift Certificates (Part 1)

I have read the threads on creating gift certificates and am currently trying to implement this on my clients website. I have a few questions, so I think it would be less confusing to concentrate on one issue at a time. I am using Powerstore 1.0 and I have the eCart extention.

I added the gift certificates to the products table(Ex. $10, 15, $25, etc.) and want to make sure the user is not charged for shipping on the gift certificates but still charged for normal products.

Currently, we have shipping levels setup ($0-$10 is $3.95 shipping, $10-$20 is $7.50, etc.)

I was able to add a new shipping rule in eCart to make certain product ID's free shipping. This works great as long as only gift certificates in the cart...

But when you add any other product the the cart (not gift certificates) it bases the shipping on the subtotal and shipping is charged on the g.c.'s.

How can I make this happen?

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