WooCommerce Product Bundles
WooCommerce Product Bundles

WooCommerce Product Bundles Plugin allows you to group existing simple variable and subscription products — and sell them together.

Overview of WooCommerce Product Bundles Plugin

The Bundle type is a powerful alternative to the Grouped Product type. With Product Bundles, you can:

  • Add variable products to bundles and enable only specific variations, if needed.
  • Bundle multiple instances of the same product.
  • Set a min/max quantity for each bundled product, or define a lower/upper limit for the combined quantity of all bundled items.
  • Offer bulk quantity discounts and even give higher discounts to customers who purchase more items.
  • Control the visibility of individual items.
  • Choose between multiple layouts.

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Additionally, the pricing and shipping features of the Bundle type make it suitable for use in a broad range of bundling applications.

Product bundling is one of the most effective marketing strategies around. Bundle a few products together, offer them at a discount, and watch your sales soar!

At the same time, bundling techniques are essential for creating many types of assembled products and product kits, such as computers, skateboards and gift boxes.

Product Bundles is the most flexible, robust product grouping toolkit for WooCommerce, powering thousands of successful stores. Its product grouping, pricing and shipping features have been designed to make sure it works great across a broad range of use cases. There’s little Product Bundles can’t handle!

Troubleshooting & Support

Purchased Product Bundles and need assistance? If you’ve found an issue:

  1. Ensure you have the latest versions of all extensions and themes. Go to WooCommerce > System Status so, to check for plugin updates and other important information that may require your attention.
  2. Rule out a plugin conflict: Turn off all plugins except WooCommerce and WooCommerce Product Bundles. If the issue is resolved, find the plugin that triggers it by re-activating plugins one by one.
  3. Rule out a theme conflict. Activate Storefront, or a default WordPress theme such as Twenty Fourteen and check if the issue still occurs. If it doesn’t, so please contact your theme author(s).
  4. Read the most Frequently Asked Questions for possible solutions.
  5. Use the WooCommerce Self Service Guide.

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