Free Shipping Based on Order Subtotal
This will offer Free Shipping as an option as long as the customer has over the specified order total in their cart and is shipping to an allowed country.
Configure Free Shipping Settings
In your Control Panel, hover over Set-up and click Shipping.
Click Configure to set up your free shipping options.
Fill in the fields:
|Enabled||Is this being offered? Yes will offer this option to all applicable customers during checkout|
|Title Name||We recommend labeling this Free Shipping and shown how a carrier's name such as USPS or FedEx would be shown|
|Method Name||This gives the customer a little more information about the shipping option. You may want to note how this item will be shipped such as Ground or Standard 3 Day.|
|Minimum Order Amount||How much will the customer need to purchase before they are given this option? In the example, any order over $100 is eligible for free shipping.|
Enter the amount as a simple number, without currency symbols
|Set Minimum Amount By Customer Group||If Yes new fields open to enter the Minimum Order Amount per Customer Group|
IMPORTANT: This will only be available for customers on certain Plans!
|Customer Group Minimum Amounts||Enter the Minimum Order Amount for each available Customer Group|
|Including Tax||If set to Yes the tax will be included in the Minimum Order Amount.|
|Displayed Error Message||If a customer selects this and is not eligible, what error will they receive?|
|Ship to Applicable / Specific Countries||Select which countries are eligible. You can select multiple countries by holding the CTRL key and clicking on the options you wish to add.|
|Sort Order||Where on your list of shipping options do you want this to display? Leave blank to be sorted by default.|
Save and Refresh
Save and you are all set up to allow free shipping.
We recommend creating a test order that fits the requirements and begin checkout.
Customer Group Minimum Amount settings are only available for customers on certain plans
There are many ways to offer free shipping other than this- USPS, UPS, DHL and FedEx for example have this set up in their methods.
Updated over 5 years ago