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delivery charges

Post by Mark6506 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:40 pm

I thought i would order a couple of stickers for the disco 2 little alpine and one discovery owners sticker (all going well but then ) comes to the check out and then i find the total £18.50 £8 for the items and a whoping £10.50 for the postage i think i can do without such items
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Re: delivery charges

Post by RichardDSII » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:50 pm

Hi Mark,
Obviously, that 'aint good, it is however something beyond my control at the minute, I can and will look in to it, but I will have to check with the committee to see what the score is with postage charges.
The stickers may have got mixed up with higher postage cost items such as jackets etc or the system may have not taken multiple items postage discount, I don't know at this point.
:)
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Re: delivery charges

Post by Mark6506 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:01 pm

Thanks for the reply Richard can you keep me posted lol #-o

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Re: delivery charges

Post by martin2405 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:19 am

neck on the chopping block :lol: :lol:

i would suppose a 1st class stamp would be sufficient,

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Re: delivery charges

Post by Fieryred » Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:26 am

martin2405 Ooooooooooooooooo brave man in deed =D> :lol:
Although I also thought the charge seemed to be a little steep :shock:
Time will tell though :) "The person who never made a mistake never made any thing"
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Re: delivery charges

Post by Mr Discovery » Mon Dec 10, 2012 12:11 pm

The problem is caused by the basic shop software (which is a free versio) you have to set it up and include each items weight etc. When multiple items are purchased the costs multiply but don't discount based on the original cost already being paid. Add to this the complexity of Royal Mail and its letter/large letter / packet / parcel rate table its a nightmare to get it accurate - I know as I have tried on more than one occasion.

 
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Re: delivery charges

Post by Mark6506 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:33 pm

is there any news on the charges yet as my disco is club stickerless as the free one with the membership got chewed by the dog when delivered

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Re: delivery charges

Post by RichardDSII » Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:52 pm

Mark, sent you a pm :)
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Re: delivery charges

Post by Stuart6724 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:15 pm

I was just going to order some stickers and 2 hats and a couple of sew on badges total £25 and £16.50 p&p I though this wrong or did I do it wrong

2 medium alpine stickers = £6
2 baseball caps =£12
2 sew on doc badges =£6


I want to order them but p&p of 16 is a steep ( crawler box steep and air locker in )
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Re: delivery charges

Post by martin2405 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:38 pm

Stuart
I don't think the postal charges are sorted yet, I think it's a software clitch that doesn't recognise small items that could go out with a first class stamp, stickers etc and small items that may warrant a Jiffy bag and parcel rate stamp

Give RichardD11 a PM and confirm price before hitting the buy it now button

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Re: delivery charges

Post by RichardDSII » Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:28 pm

Yeah it is still a problem that no one seems willing or able to fix...It did get mentioned again at the committee meeting the other day...
We need a new shop website...
One that is capable of doing what we want it to do, and not some rehashed version of someone else's...

Stuart I don't know fully how to solve your problem, I can let you have price separate to the web shop, no problem, but I don't know which way would be best to pay the invoice short of sending a cheque made out to the club maybe.

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RRC '95 MY - Standard-ish, V8.
AC Cobra Replica - Yep, it's a V8 as well.
Dax Rush - oh look, another V8...
Ford Fiesta - 1.4 Titanium Auto - Rachel's wheels

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Re: delivery charges

Post by martin2405 » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:45 pm

Richard

Is it possible to create a new product "postage 1 " postage 2 etc and charge first class postage and or Jiffy bag as appropriate then delete or FOC the generated postage

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Re: delivery charges

Post by RichardDSII » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:52 pm

Good question...Probably, possibly, maybe is the only answer I can give :lol:
Think the idea is so that postage is added automatically, so that someone can't inadvertently add postage costs themselves that maybe a 1st class stamp for two coats, three sweatshirts etc etc :D
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D4 SDV6 HSE Lux
DII V8 ES Premium - New 'tweaked' 4.0 V8 installed.
RRC '95 MY - Standard-ish, V8.
AC Cobra Replica - Yep, it's a V8 as well.
Dax Rush - oh look, another V8...
Ford Fiesta - 1.4 Titanium Auto - Rachel's wheels

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Re: delivery charges

Post by Stuart6724 » Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:52 am

I had an idea if open a topic order only then pay via PayPal to club until club shop can be sorted out .i know it sounds more work

We place order then a total price is worked out included delivery and pay by card or PayPal
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