Allow discounts on specific variable product. In example new, like new, and used. Allow for me to disable discount allowance on new3 votes
A marketing-tech SAAS plugin/extension that enables and encourages eCommerce brands to build DIRECT relationships with their highest value but expensive to re-acquire repeat consumers using Machine-Learning generated discounts. The plugin would integrate with the site shopping cart and identify eligible returning customers that inflate acquisition advertising costs and persuade them to shop direct in exchange for personalized discounts applied automatically.1 vote
We are currently implementing our new backoffice stock-keeping software. We will be managing our stock and prices from that dashboard to have one environment which handles the prices for our fysical store and online shop.
In the coming week we expect the backoffice to start using the REST API to adjust prices for WooCommerce. Unfortunately it's currently not possible to hook into the REST API for the Dynamic Pricing plugin. This would be a great feature to have, which would allow us to manage all prices (including the dynamic ones) from one dedicated dashboard for our online and offline store.20 votes
Use Dashicons 'dashicons-tag' instead of current/custom image in Admin > Product data tab. It's practically the same icon (a coupon/tag) and fits the rest of the WooCommerce admin theme with color and highlighting. Super nitpicky, I know, but why include a custom image in the extension that breaks uniformity of the admin design when Dashicons offers a near-identical option?
This could be fixed/updated with about three lines of CSS code in an update.1 vote
Improved Geolocation for Geographic Pricing/Sales
My company wants to be able to sell at price levels based on Geography. My products have different market values across the USA. We would like to be able to take advantage of those prices based on the geolocation of the user.
For example, in California, my products sell for more than they do in Texas. I would like to be able to set pricing to appear based on your location.
Currently, geolocation in woocommerce is only able to differentiate by country, so all of the USA sees the same pricing.3 votes
I ve got a question: I ve got 60 different products, I want to sell them in triples only; i.m. one can buy them only if one chooses exactly
I ve got a question: I ve got 60 different products, I want to sell them in triples only; i.m. one can buy them only if one chooses exactly 3 products from my list. Items can not get doubled o tripled.
Any help?1 vote
I vote to have the WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing plugin to have the brands as a criterion for pricing rules.3 votes
Does somebody create an API for the plugin Woocommerce Dynamic Pricing ? :)
Buy product A and get product B for free. Can only be done if you put product B in a separate category. (not a flexible solution, hence the product driven idea).1 vote
Currently Dynamic Pricing supports Product Categories and Brands, which are taxonomies.
For instance, if I created a new custom taxonomy called Discount Group to which any product could belong.
So, products of discount group 523 have a 10% off, from group 542 a 12% off, etc.
Why not use Product Categories ?
Because it would be weird see Categories Menu full of nonsense numbers.6 votes
Tweak: When setting pricing rules on specific variations, allow option to display variants by attributes versus ID. Example, (Large, Red)
Setting up pricing rules for variants, especially when you have a large number can be taxing. I do not remember all of the ids. I need to keep tabbing back and forth between dynamic pricing and variations. and changing variation pages, to boot. When setting pricing rules on specific variations, allow option to display variants by it's variant attributes versus ID. Example, (Large, Red).1 vote
After putting in far too many hours doing this manually a button to duplicate the pricing group would save me hours.6 votes
Please add a min./max. quantity function to your dynamic pricing plugin that forces certain members (i.e. Silver, Gold, Platinum, VIP, etc.) to buy a minimum amount of products (completely independent from your already available min./max. quantity pricing functionality).
Membership Silver users must choose at least 2 or more products of the same or different SKU at a specific price (i.e. higher price per product).
Membership Gold users must choose at least 7 or more products of the same or different SKU at a specific price (i.e. lower price per product).3 votes
I wish you had an option for prices to increase automatically after a certain date. This would allow "early bird" or "late registration" prices to kick in automatically as the date of the available bookable product approached.6 votes
For Order Total Based Pricing in Dynamic Pricing, could one set so that the buyer can opt in for the discount. The discount only applies when the buyer chooses a specific option (opt-in). EG: DIY Option gives discount. Professional Instantiation - no discount.4 votes
Currently, you cannot give a flat discount starting on the 2nd item. Example:
QTY Cost Total
1 $325 $325
2 $300 $625
3 $300 $925
Etc etc85 votes
Allow Dynamic Pricing offer price increases for different variations.
eg selecting a variation would add $2 to the price, but you could select several variations that would allow you to add different amounts to the regular price.1 vote
Some stores have discounts based on the client paying the whole price the moment they buy the products and not asking for credit to pay in 10 months, for example.
So, the ideal solution would be to choose the payments methods that would have acess to 10% discount on the whole cart.10 votes
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