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How to activate free shipping for individual products? 
 
immense
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This article covers the steps using shopping cart price rules, and it’s very easy to follow: http://www.immense.net/magento-free-shipping-certain-products

 
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A little trick I’ve used before is to use weight-based shipping. Set all of your free shipping products to 0 and have a table rate which makes the shipping price FREE if the total cart weight is 0.

 
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Elise_Shwimer
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This can be easily done, all you have to do is make sure that the segment that you are creating is also available for a promo rule, otherwise it will not be visible in the list of promo rules. You can also search online for knopwing more about the shopping cart price rules.

 
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bzydura2010
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Hi,I am new on magento
I am using a free shipping method in Magento 1.5
Is there any way to set the delivery date to:  +1 day, that means in the calendar the client can only star choosing to deliver only from next day.
for example: if a client buy today , the delivery date on the calendar display only the date from tomorow.

thank you in advance for the answer.

 
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Amasty
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Hi!
Take a look at 2 helpful shipping extensions

Shipping Rules
Modify shipping rates according to your business needs
Shipping rules based on order and product attributes
Modify rates both for the whole order and a single product
Change shipping based on customer groups and store views
Provide correct rates for LTL freights

Shipping Table Rates
Unlimited shipping methods
Specific rates for a product or a group of products
Rates based on product type, e.g. for extra large, toxic items
Flat and percent rates; quantity and weight-based rates, etc.
Import and manual editing of shipping rates
Full support of Magento discount functionality

 
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New extension that creates flat rates ($0) on products based on attributes (such as sku).
http://www.magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/catalog/product/view/id/17930/

 
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Advanced Shipping Rules will do this.  You can put in a list of SKUs and choose what rate they will have ($0).  Lots of other criteria, too.

 
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mariselanunez
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Hi,

I configured the free shipping attribute in magento 1.4.  And work perfect when I have only free shipping products in the shopping cart.

But, when I have 2 products, 1 free-shipping and the other not free shipping the UPS shipping calculate the shipping with both weight, so the customer pay the ship for the free-shipping product too.

Is it possible that the customer only paid the ship for products that are only No Free Shipping in a multiple products shopping cart?

 
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