How Extra Fees Plugin Works?

How it works Conditional Product Fees For WooCommerce Checkout plugin

The Conditional Product Fees For WooCommerce Checkout Plugin lets the WooCommerce store owners create unlimited conditional fees. Using Conditional Product Fees For WooCommerce Checkout plugin, it becomes an easy task to put multiple restrictions, based on different criteria, on your online shop. 

Basically, you can apply rules related to following parameters using Conditional Product Fees For WooCommerce Checkout Plugin currently – 
  • Country
  • State
  • Postal code
  • Zone
  • Product name
  • Category name
  • Tag
  • SKU
  • Variable product name
  • Cart subtotal before the discount
  • Cart subtotal after discount
  • Product's quantity in cart
  • Quantity of
  • Coupon code
  • Product weight 
  • Shipping class 
  • Payment gateway
  • Shipping method
Alongside, store owners are allowed to set fees, choose start & end dates for a method, decide whether or not the fee will be taxed, and do a few more fees related things.
The robustly-coded WordPress plugin is very flexible, offers extended features and lets you customize your fees the way you want. Install it with your e-commerce website apply fee charges based on location, user-related properties, product-related aspects and cart-specific parameters on the purchases happening through your store.
Here are a few quick examples for conditional fee plugin usage –
  • Apply fees for the customers in New York and Sydney.
  • Apply $5 fee charged for the buyers making a purchase worth $50 or less. 
  • Charge $50 for a fee a mobile phone to Britain.
  • Charge $2 for a fee a black-colored t-shirt (variable product) to anyplace in a particular state of the US.
This is how it will look like, once applied to your customer’s cart –

How it works

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