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Google Merchant Center - Delivery Rate Table

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I am new to Google Merchants Center,

 

I want to change the Rate for delivery from fixed price to a dynamic one.

Something like this

fixed price $10 for every order plus $2 per kg over 1 kg weight.

So If and Order weight is 4kg

Delivery Rate should be $10 + 4*2 = $18

Should I create a table for every additional weight or is there a simpler way to add this delivery rate to Google Merchant center.

 

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Google Merchant Center - Delivery Rate Table

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as was indicated, currently, each shipping_weight/range values

must be added to the table for such a scenario -- there are only

a very few built-in calculator features, such as percentage.

importantly perhaps, shopping-ads have no concept of orders or shopping-carts;
shipping applies only to single a item-offer -- the single physical, in stock,
inventory item, being submitted, sold, shipped, and displayed as the ad.

if there is a programmer available in-house, google's content-api may be
used to set entries in the table, for the various shipping_weight ranges.

 

regardless, always verify the results by clicking on the item's title
within the products-list-tab and using the shipping-rate-calculator.

 

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Google Merchant Center - Delivery Rate Table

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If you only have a limited amount of weights (like, not hundreds), and these are the only factors, I would make a manual table.

 

0-1kg $10

1-2kg $12

2-3kg $14

3-4kg $16

 

etc

 

 

Marked as Best Answer.
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Accepted by topic author Durga B
March

Google Merchant Center - Delivery Rate Table

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as was indicated, currently, each shipping_weight/range values

must be added to the table for such a scenario -- there are only

a very few built-in calculator features, such as percentage.

importantly perhaps, shopping-ads have no concept of orders or shopping-carts;
shipping applies only to single a item-offer -- the single physical, in stock,
inventory item, being submitted, sold, shipped, and displayed as the ad.

if there is a programmer available in-house, google's content-api may be
used to set entries in the table, for the various shipping_weight ranges.

 

regardless, always verify the results by clicking on the item's title
within the products-list-tab and using the shipping-rate-calculator.