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Setting up pricing table that links to woocommerce product

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by Fierytycoon, Dec 24, 2016.

  1. Fierytycoon

    Fierytycoon Newbie

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    im creating a logo making website that basically has 3 options for the customer to pick from in a pricing table….each option offers features u can add on to the base price. For instance a customer can ask for faster delivery and the extra price for that feature is factored into the product price on the pricing table

    i want to setup the site so a customer can just choose an option from the pricing table and thatll take them to the checkout/payment stage

    anyone do this before and know the best way of accomplishing this?
     
  2. Plus44

    Plus44 Power Member

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    Gravity forms allows you to add pricing variables if you have the add ons for it... I don't think there is a way to add the options directly to a pricing table though, but you can add it on the product pages
     
  3. Xaggerating

    Xaggerating Junior Member

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    From what I know, there are no pricing tables currently that do that. Your best bet from what I can tell would be to create a pricing table that shows all the options for what you are selling and then create purchasing forms where users can customize their order. There are many different kinds of plugins for this if you are using wordpress.
     
  4. swon

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    the 3 options in the pricing table still need to be set as a product, so why not present your 3 options, and when the user selects an option from the pricing table they are redirected to a page that displays all the "add ons" as tiles and when clicked they are added to cart. then have a check out button. i did something similar sometime ago, but cant remember the plugin name.