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Specific Dates & Recurring Weekdays Deliveries

In our previous posts, we saw how you can add settings for your product to enable deliveries for specific dates or recurring weekdays. We can also add settings for both specific dates and recurring weekdays together using Product Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce plugin.

How this works?

Consider an instance where a Pet shop delivers products on all Saturday and Sunday but not on weekdays. It also delivers on 30th and 31st July as its their opening day, hence offering discounts to customers. So on these 2 specific dates also, they allow delivery of Pet Food Packets.

Therefore for the above instance, tick both Specific dates and Recurring Weekdays option in the Product Delivery Date meta box of the Pet Food Packet product page as shown below:

Adding both Specific Dates and Recurring Weekdays option

As you can see above, Saturday and Sunday are selected as recurring weekdays and specific dates – 30th July & 31st July, 2018 are added when deliveries will be enabled.

Once these settings are saved, they will be displayed under Manage Dates, Time Slots tab as shown below:

Selected specific dates and recurring weekdays

This will reflect on the frontend of Pet Food Packet product page as shown below:

Added recurring weekdays and specific dates are enabled

Now say we select 28th July, 2018 for delivery of this product and add the product to the cart by clicking the Add to cart button. The selected Delivery date will be shown on the Cart page as well, as shown below:

Conclusion

This post explains how you can add delivery of products which are delivered on specific dates as well as selected weekdays that will recur every week. There is an option on the Products page for adding recurring weekdays and specific dates, when delivery of the product can take place. This will disable all the other weekdays in the delivery calendar on the frontend, so that the customer knows when their selected product can be delivered.

 

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