SkyVerge WooCommerce Extensions

Using Dynamic Pricing with WooCommerce Memberships

WooCommerce Memberships has the ability to provide discounts for members. This is a popular way to provide perks or wholesale pricing for certain groups of customers. However, Memberships does not have complex sets of rules for for pricing, such as the ability to set discounts at tiers for membership products. You can use Dynamic Pricing for this sort of set up, as it lets you add pricing rules based on role, quantity tiers, and more….

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Change the WooCommerce Price Display

Here’s an interesting question we got from Mike: I sell grass fed beef skewers, and there are a certain number of skewers per pound. Customers should be able to select the number of skewers, but I want to show them the cost per pound so they can compare them. Is this possible? There are a couple moving parts to this question, but the optimal solution here would be to change the WooCommerce price display. As…

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How to Hide WooCommerce Coupon Fields

While offering coupons to your customers is a really great way to offer a purchase incentive or to say “thanks for a review!”, you may not want to train customers to look for discounts. If this is the case, they may end up frequently leaving your checkout to go coupon hunting, or may wait to purchase something from your store until they have a coupon available. This runs the risk that they’ll purchase elsewhere in…

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How to Display MSRP Price on WooCommerce Shop Pages

The WooCommerce MSRP Pricing plugin allows you to set an MSRP price for your products and display it on the product page. But what if you want the MSRP displayed on the category/catalog/shop pages? The following is one solution, which will display the MSRP just before the regular product price in the catalog pages. You may need to do a little CSS style tweaking of the displayed MSRP price, depending on your theme and the…

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Hide WooCommerce "Free" Price Label

A common WooCommerce question lately has been how to hide the “Free” price label in the product/category/shop pages. Thanks to WooCommerce’s judicious use of filters/actions, this is very easy request, yet if you’re new to WordPress/WooCommerce you might not necessarily know exactly where to look. Well look no further, because here’s an easy way to suppress that “Free” notice for regular/variable products: add_filter( ‘woocommerce_variable_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); add_filter( ‘woocommerce_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); add_filter( ‘woocommerce_variation_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); /**…

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