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Hallo, we have this doubt hope someone could solve it :

 

We set the free shipping for purchase over 50 €

price shipping is set on weight

how could we allow free shipping only for our country but not for abroad ?

 

Thank you

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Hi NNG,

You can do this by NOT setting the free shipping on the shipping preferences page, but as a "cart rule"

 

Add a new cart rule:

On information-tab:

   - Give some descriptive name, like Free shipping for <country name> or so.

   - Give optional longer description

   - DON'T give a code. This way, the rule will be applied automatically

   - No need to highlight, as it will be applied automatically

   - No partial use

   - priority : keep as 1  (or if you have another cart rule that is more important, change to a lower number)

   - Status: YES (i.e. the cart rule is enabled/active)

On Conditions tab:

   - Optionally, set validity period. Or date far in future when 'always'

   - Minimum amount: 50$

   - tax excluded, shipping excluded (or decide self if different)

   - total available 9999999

   - total available for each user: 99999

   - Restrictions: Country selection

       Remove all countries rom the right side list, except for the one you want to have free shipping for.

   - if needed, if you have other cart rues, add compatibility with these rules

On Action tab:

   - Free shipping: YES

 

Save.

Give it a try.

- Buy some things first less than 50$, use the selected country in delivery address and see if free shipping is INDEED NOT given. The shipping cost should follow the carrier ranges according to its total weight

- Buy some things more than 50$, use the selected country in delivery address and see if free shipping is INDEED given.

- Check if you select another country if the free shipping is NOT given indeed.

 

Hope this does the trick,

pascal.

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Hi NNG,

You can do this by NOT setting the free shipping on the shipping preferences page, but as a "cart rule"

 

Add a new cart rule:

On information-tab:

   - Give some descriptive name, like Free shipping for <country name> or so.

   - Give optional longer description

   - DON'T give a code. This way, the rule will be applied automatically

   - No need to highlight, as it will be applied automatically

   - No partial use

   - priority : keep as 1  (or if you have another cart rule that is more important, change to a lower number)

   - Status: YES (i.e. the cart rule is enabled/active)

On Conditions tab:

   - Optionally, set validity period. Or date far in future when 'always'

   - Minimum amount: 50$

   - tax excluded, shipping excluded (or decide self if different)

   - total available 9999999

   - total available for each user: 99999

   - Restrictions: Country selection

       Remove all countries rom the right side list, except for the one you want to have free shipping for.

   - if needed, if you have other cart rues, add compatibility with these rules

On Action tab:

   - Free shipping: YES

 

Save.

Give it a try.

- Buy some things first less than 50$, use the selected country in delivery address and see if free shipping is INDEED NOT given. The shipping cost should follow the carrier ranges according to its total weight

- Buy some things more than 50$, use the selected country in delivery address and see if free shipping is INDEED given.

- Check if you select another country if the free shipping is NOT given indeed.

 

Hope this does the trick,

pascal.

WOW! What an answer ! It sounds great, thank you.

As soon as possible we will try it.

Hope this could help somebody else.

Thanks again, have a nice day.

Pat

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If anyone is reading this in 2020, it has helped me. 

But the problem is that on PS 1.7.6.4, it doesn't seem to work as described. 

However, what you can do is create carriers for each region (which do work in their restrictions!) and then associate the cart rule with only the correct carrier.

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