How to add quantity based fees rule
Set up your WooCommerce store to support quantity-based fees, you likely have a business model that encourages a bundle purchase of the same product.
For example, you might need a fees to users for buying more than one of your best-selling item in order to increase your average order value. Or, you may be promoting a “buy one, get one free” sale to clear out old inventory.
As long as your customer’s cart is filled with multiples of the same product, then you’ll want to set up WooCommerce quantity-based fees since it’s the best way to adjust fees rates during checkout based on the number of items customers have in their cart.
Cart quantity specifies the number of items in the cart. So, if you want to put cart quantity related fee rate restriction on your cast, this option will work the best for you. To determine the number of items of a particular type of product or category, you will have to add another rule with this.
Set Multiple Cart Quantity Based fees rule:
= Equal to
> Greater than
< Less than
!= Not equal to
>= Greater than or equal to
<= Less than or equal to
Example: If you have created a fee like quantity >= 5.
When the total cart product’s quantity is greater than 5 then the fee is visible.
Example: If you have created a fee like quantity <= 10.
When the total cart product’s quantity is maximum is 10 then the fee is visible.
Example: If you have created a fee like quantity > 10 and <=100.
When the total cart product’s quantity is minimum 11 and maximum 100 in range then the fee is visible.