Few products are free and few products are paid

I have two products Prod A and Prod B.

Prod A is always FREE and shipping should not be calculated for it.

When I put both products in the cart, the shipping should only be applied to Prod B at different values. For example: Prod B cost €10 the shipping = €5. Prod B x 2 = €20 the shipping = €7. If Prod B x 2 has Prod A in the cart the shipping should still be €7.

Thanks for your question. You need two shipping methods. One for Free products (i.e Product A) and another for Paid products (i.e Product B). Also we don’t want to show Free shipping if Paid product in the cart. For that, we will have to use Group mode option. So lets first set Group  mode option

 In Global setting -> Group Option tab of xshippingpro,  Please select Group1 is Highest.
Now lets create Free method
Free Method
 
1. Create new method and provide a name
2. In general setting, select Group is Group1
3. In Products/Category tab, select product rule “Any of the selected products with others”. Choose your product A
4. In Price setting tab, select Rate type is Flat. Enter Price 0
Paid Method
 
1. Create another method and provide a name
2. In general setting, select Group is Group1
3. In Products/Category tab, select product rule “Any of the selected products with others”. Choose your product B
4. In Price setting tab, select Rate type is Quantity- Method Specific. Enter Following unit ranges
Start      End      Cost      Per Unit Block       Allow Partial
0            1            5                   0                         NO
1             2          7                   0                           NO
and so on…

2 thoughts on “Few products are free and few products are paid

  1. Don Lumbera

    Hi there, I have one product that are buy 3, get free shipping and the rest of the products have paid shipping. I believe I got it to work but it still shows the free shipping radio button. Used group option and put group 1 as highest. Both methods under group 1. Group mode I have tried sum and highest. Am I missing something?

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