How to use Extra Charges on web?

How to use Extra Charges on web?

If your store delivers orders to customers and you want to charge a delivery fee, you can set it up easily. You can also add other charges (applicable as per your business) which you want to levy on your online orders, for example - GST (in India), packaging charges, service charges, COD charges, etc.

To add extra charges, go to the store settings section by clicking the dropdown on your Dukaan dashboard.

Select Extra Charges.

How to set Delivery Charges?

In the Delivery charge section, add the per order delivery charge. In Free delivery above, you can mention the order value above which you’ll give free delivery to customers.

In the below example, I’ll be charging Rs. 50 delivery fee on every order but orders above Rs. 500 will get free delivery. Click on Save Changes at the bottom when you’re done.

You can also choose to set Pincode based delivery charges. If you'd like to know how to set it up, click here.

If you want to set different delivery charges for orders done through online payments, you can set it up as well. Click on the checkbox as shown in the image below and mention delivery charges for online paid orders. After you set it up, customers placing COD orders will be charged Rs. 50 and online paid orders will be charged Rs. 10 as delivery fees in the below example.

How to add GST?

You can also add GST charges and customers will be required to pay GST when buying from your Dukaan Store. To add that, click on the toggle button to enable GST for your store. Now, add your GST number and the GST percentage that you want to charge. Once done, you’ll be able to charge GST on all orders.

To add other charges, as applicable to your business, click on Create extra charges. You can create an extra charge in two ways - percent and flat price.

To create percent charge, select the percent radio button and add the charge name and charge in percent. For example, I’ve created a Service Charge of 5%. This charge would be calculated on the total order value and customers can see it while placing the order.

In a Flat price, you can set a fixed extra charge on all your orders. For example, I’ve created a flat extra charge of Rs. 15 for order packaging. When customers are doing the checkout from your store, they will be charged Rs. 15 extra for packaging on top of the total order value.

Once you’re done, click on Create.

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