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How do I set up different shipping prices for different countires? 
 
lisali
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Hello,

I would like to set-up different shipping prices/options for different countries.

Let’s say for the UK - I would like the shipping charges to be like this:

1 item - £2
2 items - £3.50
3 items - £4.50
4 items - £5
5 items and above - £6

And for all other countries, something like above, but with higher pricing.

How would I go about doing this, if at all possible?

Many thanks for any help/suggestions!
Lisa

 
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sherrie
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Look at table rate shipping - I’m not sure if it works for # of items or not, though.

Flat rate shipping would work if it was the same amount of shipping per item, but it doesn’t appear thats the way you need it.

 
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lisali
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Ok - I seem to have managed to get this to work for the UK - how do I define shipping prices for all other countries, without going through them one-by-one?

Also - Google Checkout does not seem to be working with table rates at all...it just ignores whatever shipping charges Magento has calculated.
What to do?

I also wanted to ask you, Sherrie, how you added the AddMe button to your Aqua Gear Direct project site?

Many thanks!

 
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