Repository Forums Support WooCommerce Pricing Rules PRO Variation product

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  • #839

    Andrii
    Participant

    Hi, i bought the plugin, but i can not understand how to apply it to variation product.
    Thanks.

    #850

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    Please download current beta version from your account page. It has support for variable products, but I still have to fix the admin layout a bit.

    #1276

    Kent Tillaeus
    Participant

    Hi, I have the same problem. Where can i find the beta version on my account page?
    /K

    #1278

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    It is disabled until further notice, but you can enable it by uncommenting the following line in admin/soft79-wc-pricing-rules-admin.php of version 1.1.0:

    //TODO: Bulk prices for variations: add_action( 'woocommerce_product_after_variable_attributes', array( &$this, 'action_admin_show_variation_price_rules' ), 10, 3 );

    Replace with:

    add_action( 'woocommerce_product_after_variable_attributes', array( &$this, 'action_admin_show_variation_price_rules' ), 10, 3 );

    #1282

    Kent Tillaeus
    Participant

    Ok, I’ll try that. Thanks!

    #2409

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    Hi Kent,

    version 1.2.0 is now out. It now officially supports bulk pricing for product variations.

    #2410

    Jack
    Participant

    Hello, I have just installed the new version but it still only works for simple and not for variable products. What am I doing wrong?

    #2411

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    What is the rule you are trying to set up? Can you send me an url?

    For variations you can choose to enter price rules at product level; those apply to any variation, Or at variation level if you want different rules per variation.

    #2412

    Jack
    Participant

    I think I have it working the way it is supposed to but I was hoping there was a way for my customer to order 5 of one variation(Medium size) and 5 of a different variation(Large size) and be able to get the discount that purchasing 10 items offers. It seems that they have to order 10 items of a single variation and are not able to mix variations of the same product to get the discount offered. Please tell me if there is a way to do what I want.

    Here is the link to the product I am working on:

    https://qualityshoptools.com/product/eppcos-tiger-grip-powder-free-hd-orange-nitrile-gloves/

    Thanks very much,

    Jack Crone

    #2414

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    Hi, you can setup a global price rule for that

    WooCommerce > All pricing rules

    Create a rule and select the variable product. Set scope to ‘acumulative’.

    #2415

    Jack
    Participant

    Do I need the pro version for this? If so please send me the link to purchase here in the United States. Thanks

    #2417

    Jack
    Participant

    I have purchased it but I want to put it on the new site I am working on. I will write back if I need more help. Thanks.

    #2418

    Jack
    Participant

    I tested it and it works perfect. Thank you very much for your time and your products!

    #2419

    Soft79
    Keymaster

    Great!

    #2484

    Scott
    Participant

    Can I apply a global rule to a category of products that each have different pricing?

    Here’s an example: (Product A) 1-4 = 65.00, 5+ = 48.50 – (Product B) 1-4 = 90.00, 5+ = 72.50. Both in the same category.

    I have multiple products in a specific category each with their own prices. The qty breaks at Qty 5. So if someone orders 2 of Product A, 2 of Product B, then 1 of Product C, when they reach qty of 5 in this category, is it possible to activate the discount for all sizes in that category with their respective pricing?

    Thanks

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