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Tiered Pricing for WooCommerce

Tiered Pricing For WooCommerce allows you to create different prices on different quantities of a product. Individual pricing can be set for different quantities of products. Tier Pricing can be applied to products, product categories, Users, and Roles. Prices can be created based on the following priorities:

  • Product Based.
  • Category Based.
  • User Based.
  • Role Based

Installation Guide

  • Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel.
  • Navigate to the WordPress Admin Dashboard → Plugins.
  • Click the Add New button in the top left corner of your screen.
  • Next, click the Choose file button in the box that appears below.
  • Select the zip file tiered-pricing-for-woocommerce.zip that you have downloaded and upload it.

Tiered Pricing for WooCommerce features: ↑ Back to top

  • Create tiered pricing on Product, Category, User, and Role-based level;
  • Create user roles and combine them with tiered pricing rules on each level;
  • Create tiered pricing options for specific or general user roles;
  • Enable/disable tiered pricing rules;
  • Add tiered pricing rules for simple and variable products;
  • Define minimum and maximum quantity range for each rule;
  • Set fixed or percentage-based discounts;
  • Add a discount value to each rule;
  • Create multiple pricing tiers on each level;
  • Add multiple rules on each pricing tier;
  • Tiered pricing block will be highlighted when rules are applied;
  • Add a pricing table with dependency on product quantity;
  • Prices will auto-detect tiered pricing rules and apply accordingly.

Usage: ↑ Back to top

●     Tiered pricing for simple products ↑ Back to top

●     Tiered pricing for Variable products ↑ Back to top

●     Tiered pricing on Category-based levels ↑ Back to top

●     Tiered pricing on User-based levels ↑ Back to top

●     Tiered pricing on Role-based levels ↑ Back to top

●     Add new user roles and combine them with tier pricing ↑ Back to top

●     Enable/disable tiered pricing rules; ↑ Back to top

●     Define minimum and maximum quantity range for each rule ↑ Back to top

Getting Started: ↑ Back to top

How To Configure ↑ Back to top

  • Go to Admin Dashboard → WooCommerce → Settings.
  • Go to the Tier Pricing tab.
  • In this tab, 4 sub-tabs are present, 
    1. General Options
    2. Category Based Discount
    3. User Based Discount
    4. Role Based Discount

General Options ↑ Back to top

  • Go to the General Options sub-tab (which is selected by default once we open the Tier Pricing tab), the following options and their sub-options are available:

a. Enable Tier Pricing

  • Click on the checkbox to enable the Tier Pricing option.

b. Add New Role

  • Enter the user role in the given textbox and click on the Add Role button.

  • All the roles would be added in the column mentioned below. These role will appear in the User Role Based Discount.
  • Admin can also remove the user roles by clicking on the Delete button in the Actions column.

Product Based Discount  ↑ Back to top

NOTE: This option is not mentioned in the Tier Pricing tab of WooCommerce Settings

  • Go to Admin Dashboard → Products → All Products.

  • Hover on any respective product to view the sub-options.
  • Click on the Edit sub-option.

  • Once you’re on the product configuration page, go to the Product Data section.
  • Now go to the Tier Pricing tab and click on the Add Rule button.

  • Now set the Minimum and Maximum quantities.

  • Admin can set the Discount Type as Percentage or Fixed.
  • Admin can set the Discount Value
  • Admin can set the Status of the rule as Enabled or Disable.

  • Set the following fields and then click on the Update button.

  • Set the following fields and then click on the Update button.

Front-End Impact

Before

After

NOTE: If the Admin will set more then 1 Rule then the system will select the Rule according to the current condition provided by the user.

Back-End Configuration

Front-End Impact:

Category Based Discount ↑ Back to top

  • Go to the Category Based Discount sub-tab, the following options and their sub-options are available:

a. Product Categories

  • Go to Product Categories and click on the dropdown list and select the Category.

b. Minimum and Maximum Quantity

  • Set the Minimum and Maximum quantities. The minimum quantity field is mandatory.

c. Discount Type

  • Select the discount type as Fixed or Percentage.

d. Discount Value

  • Set the Discount Value and then cick on the Add Rule button.

e. Rules

  • Once the Admin clicks the Add Rule button, a rule is added in below.

  • You can also Disable or Enablethe rule according to your requirements.
  • You can also remove the rule by clicking on Delete option.
  • You can also edit the rule by clicking on Edit option.

Front-End Impact:

  • Go to the Shop page and select any product which falls under the Accesssories category.

  • The rule would be applied once the user will reach the minimum and maximum range according to the rule.

User Based Discount ↑ Back to top

  • Go to the User Based Discount sub-tab, the following options and their sub-options are available:

a. Users

  • Go to Users and click on the dropdown list and select any User which are present on your WordPress.

b. Minimum and Maximun Quantity

  • Set the Minimum and Maximum quantities. The minimum quantity field is mandatory.

c. Discount Type

  • Select the discount type as Fixed or Percentage.

d. Discount Value

  • Set the Discount Value and then cick on the Add Rule button.

e. Rules

  •  Once the Admin clicks the Add Rule button, a rule is added in below.

  • You can also Disable or Enablethe rule according to your requirements.
  • You can also remove the rule by clicking on Delete option.
  • You can also edit the rule by clicking on Edit option.

Front-End Impact:

  • According to the above image we can see that the rule has been applied for the user Bruce-Wayne so the rule will be active when this user will login.

  • Once logged in, the user will go to the Shop page and select any product.
  • On the single product page, the user will be able to view the rule set for him respectively.

NOTE: The User Based discount will not be applicable on products for which the Category Based discount is enabled. Category Based discount will be applied on that product.

Role Based Discount ↑ Back to top

  • Go to the Role Based Discount sub-tab, the following options and their sub-options are available:

a. User Role

  • Go to User Role and click on the dropdown list and select the users which are present on your WordPress.

b. Minimum and Maximum Quantity

  • Set the Minimum and Maximum quantities. The minimum quantity field is mandatory.

c. Discount Type

  • Select the discount type as Fixed or Percentage.

d. Discount Value 

  • Set the Discount Value and then cick on the Add Rule button.

e. Rules

  •  Once the Admin clicks the Add Rule button, a rule is added in below.

Front-End Impact:

  • According to the above image we can see that the rule has been set for the Reguler Customer Role user role so the rule will be active when the user whose user role is Regular Customer Role will login.
  • We can see the User Roles of each user in the by navigating to Admin Dashboard → Users → All Users.

  • All the users are present in this section.

  • Now the user having Regular Customer Role will login.

  • Once logged in, the user will go to the Shop page and select any product.
  • On the single product page, the user will be able to view the rule set for his user role respectively.

Front End Highlight: ↑ Back to top

NOTE: The priority if all the tiers are activated at would be,

  • Product Tier Price
  • Category Based Discount
  • User Based Discount
  • Role Based Discount

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