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Hi Presta angels

I need to add a fixed starup cost to my price per item and can't seem to find the answer in the forum???

Second and probably more complicated Q. is it possible to add a fixed cost to an atribute? For example. Selling white T-shirt for 10£. Choosing red would add 2£ to the total regardless of the amound ordered.

Any help would be highly appreciated

Cheers Dan :-)

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Hi DutchCoding & thanX for your reply.

In the combinations you can increase / decease the price per item on adding an attribute. What we need is a fixed (startup) cost + items X basic price.

Hope this is clear and if not I can describe it in more details.

ThanX again & cheers

Dan

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The second question is effectly possible with the combinations.

I do not understand the first one.

Please, post only one question by topic. Thanks.

Topic moved.

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Hi Patric and other angels out there...

I will try to give an example.

I am selling Tshirts with printing on. Printing plate (or cliche) costs a fixed price no matter how many Tshirts you buy say 10£. Every Tshirt (with no printing) costs 2£

If someone buys 4 Tshirts with printing the cost would be - 10 + 4 X 2 = 18£ ; if someone buys 8 Tshirts the price will be 10 + 8 X 2= 26

Generally many products have a fixed cost (startup) + a variable cost depending on the amount of items bought. How can I add the fixed cost to the product so the customer can see the fixed cost (and item cost) when ordering?

Hope it is clear now, if not I will try another example.

ThanX and regards

Dan

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If this example is not clear please let me know and I will try to send a link to a webshop (not Presta) that has a fixed cost + price per item

I am selling Tshirts with printing on. Printing plate (or cliche) costs a fixed price no matter how many Tshirts you buy say 10£. Every Tshirt (with no printing) costs 2£

If someone buys 4 Tshirts with printing the cost would be – 10 + 4 X 2 = 18£ ; if someone buys 8 Tshirts the price will be 10 + 8 X 2= 26

Generally many products have a fixed cost (startup) + a variable cost depending on the amount of items bought. How can I add the fixed cost to the product so the customer can see the fixed cost (and item cost) when ordering?

ThanX in advance

Dan

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I really would appriciate it if some one can sespond to this question. I know it is possible with Prestashop and I know it is not so difficult BUT don't know how to do it.

PleaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeZ

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I think that the only way to do this is to create a base product "printed t-shirt" that costs 10 £, and then create a combination which increases the price of 2 £.

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Hi Patric

Thank you for your reply.

If I make a combination that make a price increase it will be for all items. That means no startup.

Is it possible to have the fixed charge as an accessory and when adding a product to the cart the accessory automatically is added?

See:

http://www.prestashop.com/forums/viewthread/68007/general_discussion/product_accessories_automatically_added_to_cart_on_adding_a_product/

ThanX

Dan

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For a combination, you can specify a base price in the "Info" tab and an increase on the price in the "Combinations" tab.

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Hi Patric,

I have in my site many combinations. For example if one chooses red the price per item is increase by 2 £. But what I need is a fixed price + a price per item.

As I can see it now, the best way to do it is to have the fixed price as an accessory (the startup cost) and somehow when adding a product(s) to the cart, the accessory is automatically added. Can you help in that?

ThanX

Dan

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Any help on this one? I really need to find a solution to this one and I am sure that other using PS will need to know how this is done.

ThnaX

Dan

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I have same question. I need to change fixed price with combinations, and i cant find any answer in network. Somebody can help me?

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Can anyody shed some light on this mistery?

Find you an answer? I Realy need this.

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Is that a not resolved issue?

Is it possible in 2015?

Is there a module that could help?

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Hello!

 

I'm looking for this solution to

This is a common thing in print-product selling. We need to increase "cost per order" not "cost per product quantity". So only once per "all quantity".

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Any help on this one? I really need to find a solution to this one and I am sure that other using PS will need to know how this is done.

 

ThnaX

 

Dan

 

Hello!

I have the same problem too

:-(

Is there any developer who can do this??? I am sure that other users want to know and buy modul which can do this!

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