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How can I add a flat rate shipping charge for all international customers?

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Hi

 

We currently have a minimum spend for UK customers of £25, then free postage.

 

We would like a flat rate for international shipping i.e. it will always cost them £10 in total however many items they order for standard delivery to anywhere outside the UK.

 

Does anyone know how I can achieve this please?

 

I appreciate the help.

 

A

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I think this is so easy / straightforward that you probably can get someone through the commercial support channel to just do this easily.

Possibly a shipping module exists, but it is hard to find such modules. I browsed for a particular shipping setup I needed, but couldn't find one, so I tweaked the zones.php just to my needs.


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Hi OK I'll get some quotes, just very surprised there isn't a standard module for this, it must be a very common ask i would thought?

 

Ash

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just one fixed amount independent of the number of items worldwide is not standard

 

say someone orders 10000 and pays 10GBP for shipment to Chili - for our products that would not make sense


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I am looking for something similar got 3 clients wanting this. Very standard in the uk :o)

 

UK £6 for orders upto £180 then free

Rest of Europe £15 and remove VAT Tax.

 

Would be good to find a standard solution

 

 

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