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Recurring payments and shipping charges

Thread began 8/04/2015 12:28 pm by Robert Crespo | Last modified 8/04/2015 3:36 pm by Ray Borduin | 148 views | 2 replies |

Robert Crespo

Recurring payments and shipping charges

I have a question about how to handle charging for shipping in connection with a recurring charge. My ideal recurring payment system would allow a customer to make a purchase a a weekly or a monthly product while charging for shipping as part of that recurring charge. For example, my customer purchases a $35 monthly physical product while also getting charged $10 for shipping. The total recurring charge will now be $45 per month. Just what would be the best way to handle this senario since offering free shipping is really not an option for the products I want to sell? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Robert Crespo

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you have a flat rate, then I'd add the shipping charge as a column in the cart so you can include it in the recurring payment price directly. If you are trying to use a calculated shipping rate from a provider, then that might be something we would have to help with in a premier support session.

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Robert Crespo

Ray,

Thank you for the fast reply. Ideally I would have liked to use the UPS live calculated shipping rate so it looks like a Premier Support ticket will be needed. I will keep you posted when I get to that point in developing my website.

Regards,
Robert Crespo

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