All orders that are placed on Chasi are designed to be fulfilled by the courier of your choice.
Include the cost of shipping in your product cost than you ship orders through USPS, FedEx, or UPS.
Step 1 – Log into your website
Log into your website at yourwebsite.com/login
Once logged in, you will automatically be redirected to your site’s dashboard.
If you are alIf you are already logged in, then visit your site and select the blue square with a Gear Icon to open the Chasi Control Panel then select Site Dashboard.
Step 2 – Access Shipping Settings
On the side menu of your sites dashboard, select Shop > Settings.
This area has all of the settings for your store, for this tutorial we will select Shipping.
Step 3 – Edit Shipping Zone
Here, you will see a shipping zone for the United States.
Go ahead and select Edit under United States.
Step 4 -Enable Free Shipping
This is where you will be able to tell Chasi what type of shipping to use for the United States.
You may choose Flat Rate Shipping, Per Product Shipping, Free Shipping, and Local Pickup.
For this tutorial, we are going to Enable Free Shipping with the toggle.
Then, we are going to Save Changes.
Step 5 – Add a minimum purchase
By default, enabling Free Shipping will make everything on your store be eligible for free shipping.
You may also use Free Shipping in combination with Flat Rate Shipping, Per Product Shipping, and Local Pickup.
For this tutorial, we are going to keep them active.
If you would like to set a minimum purchase to enable Free Shipping, we can simply set requirements.
To set these requirements, select Edit under Free Shipping.
For this tutorial, we are going to Set A Minimum Order Amount as a requirement.
For example, we will set a price of $50.
When you are finished editing, select Save Changes.
Step 6 – Test Changes
Now, let’s go and test our new shipping price!
Within Cart totals, Free Shipping is an option because our total is more than $50.
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