How to set custom price for woocommerce variable product

Jul 3rd, 2020
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  1. How to set custom price for woocommerce variable product
  2. Naturally the price displayed on the shop page is the price for the 5x amount. I am looking on how to display a custom price on the shop page that it would show a price for 1x without having 1x listed as a variable.
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  14. I hope that makes sense, any help is appreciated. Image below to explain better.
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  19. I am a bit confused.
  21. You don't want the variable to be displayed? Then how will the customer be able to select the quantity?
  23. Or you want to set a higher price for 1x and reduce it as the order quantity increases?
  24. May be you could create a bulk quantity, that would show 1x for batch . Can you check if this works for you : https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce-bulk-order-form/
  25. I am a bit confused.
  27. You don't want the variable to be displayed? Then how will the customer be able to select the quantity?
  29. Or you want to set a higher price for 1x and reduce it as the order quantity increases?
  30. The variables should be displayed. The variables are 5x, 10x, 20x. These will be shown on the individual product page.
  32. But on general shop page where multiple products are shown, I want to be able to show custom price that is not linked to any of the variables.
  33. Well, isn't that always the case?
  34. You set a unit price, shown in your shop main page, and on the product page
  35. people can select quantities to add to the shopping cart where the total is calculated?
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  59. How to set custom price for woocommerce variable product
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