You can enable/disable specific shipping methods, as well as configure eCommerce Pro to allow flat rate and free shipping, and show estimates shipping and tax rates.
See also: Below you'll find an overview of the Shipping Method options, as well as how to access them. For detailed information on setting these options, see Shipping Methods in the Magento User Guide.
- In Magento, go to Stores > Configuration.
- Expand Sales, and then click Shipping Methods.
- Configure the following shipping options:
Flat Rate Flat rate is a fixed, predefined charge that can be applied per item, or per shipment. Flat rate is a simple shipping solution, especially when used with the flat-rate packaging that is available from some carriers. Displays Flat Rate as an option in the Estimate Shipping and Tax section of the shopping cart, and in the Shipping section during checkout. Because no specific carrier is specified, you can use a carrier of your choice. Store Pickup Displays an option for the customer to pick up their order at a store location. For more information on how to configure Store Pickup, see Configure store pickups for eCommerce Pro orders. Free Shipping Displays Free Shipping as an option in the Shipping section during checkout. Free shipping can be based on a minimum purchase, or set up as a cart price rule that is applied when a set of conditions is met. If both apply to the same order, the configuration setting takes precedence over the cart rule. Table Rates
Displays table rates, which references a table of data to calculate shipping rates based on a combination of conditions, including:
- Weight v. Destination
- Price v. Destination
- Number of Items v. Destination
For example, if your warehouse is in Los Angeles, it costs less to ship to San Diego than to Vermont. You can use table rate shipping to pass the savings on to your customers.
The data that is used to calculate tables rates is prepared in a spreadsheet and imported into your store. When the customer requests a quote, the results appear in the shipping estimate section of the shopping cart.
UPS: United Parcel Service offers domestic and international shipping services by land and air to more than 220 countries. USPS The United States Postal Service is the independent postal service of United States government, offering domestic and international shipping services by land and air. FedEx: FedEx is one of the world’s largest shipping service companies, providing air, freight, and ground shipping services with several levels of priorities. DHL: DHL offers integrated international services and tailored, customer-focused solutions for managing and transporting letters, goods and information.
- Click Save Config.