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Table Rate Shipping
Table Rate Shipping makes it possible for you to create complex rules for shipping your products worldwide.
You can define multiple rates based on the product’s destination, have multiple rates per zone, and add rules based on product weight, number of items, shipping class and price.
Every store is unique, with its own products and shipping needs, so every setup is different. This page introduces you to the concepts behind Table Rate Shipping, guides you through setup, and provides real-life examples that demonstrate its concepts in action.
Advanced Shipping Options
The table rate shipping module extends WooCommerce’s default shipping options giving you highly customizable shipping options.
Define multiple shipping rates based on location, price, weight, or item count. Wildcards may be used to match multiple regions too.
- Add multiple tables of rates per shipping zone
- Several types of table rate calculation: Per order, Calculated per item, Calculated per line, Calculated per class
- Add rules based on Weight, Number of items, Number of items by class and Price
- Add costs per row, per item cost, a percentage and per weight unit
How it works
When a customer checks out items in their cart, the plugin looks at the destination of items and then uses the table of rates you created to calculate total shipping. Each destination can have its own rules, or multiple sets of rules, based on your shipping requirements.
To calculate shipping correctly, you need to create shipping zones and shipping rules. The plugin will take care of all the calculations for you from that point.
Setting up Table Rate Shipping requires some thought and planning on your part. Before getting started with the plugin, you need to do the following:
- Set up your shipping classes if you need different rules for different classes of product.
- Determine and set up your shipping zones.
- Get shipping rates from your chosen courier so you know how you want to charge.
Setting up Shipping Classes
Shipping classes are used to indicate products that are similar for shipping. For example, you may have a shipping class called “small” to apply to bookmarks and “medium” for books. You may also wish to apply the “small” class to pencils and pens, as all are similar in size and weight, and can have the same shipping rules applied.
You can create tables of rates that apply to different shipping classes. This gives you considerable flexibility when creating shipping methods.
Product Shipping Classes guides you in setting up shipping classes.
Setting up Shipping Zones
A shipping zone is a geographic region where a certain set of shipping methods and rates apply. You can add different tables of rates to each zone to charge different customers different amounts.
From WooCommerce 2.6 onwards, shipping zones are part of core. Please see our Shipping Zones guide. If you’re still using a version of WooCommerce lower than 2.6, the old zones (“legacy”) interface is covered at the end of this guide.
Add Table Rates to a zone
To use Table Rate Shipping, it must be added to a Shipping Zone.
1/ Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping.
2/ Select edit below the name of the Shipping Zone you wish to add rates for.
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