How to define shipping rules?

Find out how to set shipping charges.
When you use the app, the shipping costs charged to you by our workshop are defined by the zone in which you deliver.

We use 3 delivery zones: 

  1. France (as we are from France, we've special shipping prices)
  2. Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom (list subject to change).
  3. Rest of the World
So it is important to define delivery rules on your shop so that you can charge adapted shipping costs to your customers.
With Shopify you can decide to create your shipping rates based on two things :
- Either the total price of the order (e.g. €10 shipping costs from €60 order, or free shipping from €100)
- Either the weight of the package.
As we charge you according to the weight of the package, we advise you to use the second method.
However, you can create more complex rules based on weight, but decide to offer shipping from a certain number of items, it's up to you.

Step by step

Ok, let's see how to establish these rules, with France as an example.

Go to the settings of your Shopify panel, then click on "Shipping and delivery".

Then click on "Manage rates"

Next, click on "Create shipping zone"

Here, we'll define shipping rules for France, so we simply search for France and tick the box (If you create the European Union zone for instance, you will have to tick all the boxes of the European Union countries).

Then click on "Add rate": we are going to set weight rules.

Keep this link opened while you set the rules, this way you'll precisely know the shipping price we are using.

Now, it's up to you: We suggest that you charge your customers the same shipping costs as we charge you. That said, you may decide to offer shipping costs above a certain amount or round up.

On the next 2 screenshots, you will find 2 rules that we have created, respecting the weight and price visible on our shipping page.

This will result in:

Now you just have to continue by creating 2 other zones: European Union and rest of the world, based on our shipping table.