Tagged: multiple carts
April 25, 2014 at 8:05 pm #10714
Hello, Our company has a US presence and a UK presence. I would like for someone to be able to look at a product and choose to “Buy Now in UK” OR “Buy Now in US”. Is there anyway that I can add both of these buttons to each product and have the “Buy Now in UK” be connected to our UK PayPal account and the “Buy Now in US” be connected to our US PayPal account?
We had this set up on our existing site which was built in Joomla. [http://www.lifegivingtrust.org/v15/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=189&Itemid=308]
I am now rebuilding the site in WordPress and need a working solution.
I would also like to have an “Add to UK Cart” button and an “Add to US Cart” button as well if that is possible. Again each going to their respective PayPal accounts on checkout.
I did purchase the Multi-Currency Add-on however, that is not going to solve my problem.April 26, 2014 at 4:14 am #62520adminKeymaster
If you use PayPal buy now or subscription type buttons then yes you can create products for a particular PayPal merchant account.
Here is the documentation for creating Buy Now buttons:
When creating a product, you can specify a PayPal merchant email address for that product in the “Buy Now, Subscription Type Button Specific Settings” section.
Create two eStore products with 2 different PayPal merchant account and then use the buy now shortcode to place the buttons on a page. That will give you an idea of how it works.
You can’t do the above for add to cart buttons for a few reasons. If someone adds 5 items in the cart (some for the UK paypal and some of the US paypal) then the plugin won’t know what to do.April 26, 2014 at 12:56 pm #62521
Ok, but can I create one product and display two Buy It Now buttons on that one product page, one that would be linked to our default PayPal account and one that would be linked to the second account?
Do you offer any paid development services in case we wanted to create something that would work for our purposes using WPeStore?April 26, 2014 at 1:34 pm #62522wzpModerator
You would create two different products (in the database), but on the store page, present them as being the same product; the only difference being, which “Buy Now” button to click.
We do have a custom coding service. For a quotation, please complete this form, and someone will get back to you:April 30, 2014 at 2:16 am #62523
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