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eCart Flat Rate Charge Logic?

Thread began 12/04/2009 11:39 am by Art | Last modified 12/04/2009 3:14 pm by Jason Byrnes | 741 views | 1 replies |


eCart Flat Rate Charge Logic?

Here's the problem:

I have a flat rate charge of $7.95 if the order is under $75. If >= $75 shipping = 0

However, I have a special product that is priced so low that it needs shipping charges to make it. If they order $75 of other products and succeed in getting free shipping, that's fine but

I'm wondering what the logic would be used to do something like this? Any pointers?

I'm considering adding rule that if total charges is over $100, then they get free shipping on these items.

Any other ideas? solutions?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Create 2 shipping rules:

1) If Special Irem in Cart:
Presance of item in cart:
if item "<ID for the special item" "exists" in cart

Calculation, flat rate charge of shipping for that item

2) if under 75
Based on cart Subtotal
if subtotal of cart is "<= "75"

Flat Rate charge of "7.95"

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