Ok here's the thing.
I have the following products
Product A: costs 4€, weight 1KG
Product B: costs 4€, weight 2KG
In an ideal enviroment I want the Product B to have 7€ shipping costs, and the product A 4€ shipping costs.
I've setted up tablerates as follows:
Sadly, this doesn't work. It always results in the price being "4".
Lacking a solution so far, I've tried to think of something temporary. I tried the following Shopping cart Price rule:
For all customers
where ALL these conditions are TRUE
- Totalweight is equal or less then 1
Action: Discount of 3€, applied on shippingcosts
Thinking this would set all products with a weight of 1 and below, on 7€ (-3€ discount) so 4€
Sad part... It takes of 6€ instead of 3€, so for some odd reason it is applied twice (even with a single product in cart).
I think this document will be helpful for you. I used this document to configure my Table Rates Shipping method. It is working.
Hold on mate ;
Postcode wildcards do not function in magento
You must make them per postcode
And so on and so on
you can find all postcodes on internet, so just stuff them in a table, put your weight and price behind the data and use kopie paste
@Elan24, your guide results in the same problem
@edde_jong In the guide it says the following:
So this isn't really helping, so far ;-) I'll try it this evening anyway, and post my results.
I learnt how table rates shipping will work from there. I also checked this. It resulted in the same problem to me. But when changed the option to destination vs price it worked. Then, I switched back to weight vs destination it started working. I don't know what went wrong. But it started working after switching. If you find the real reason, Please post it here. It will be very useful.