Learn in this tutorial how to set a minimum purchase price for a WooCommerce order to be placed, with a simple code snippet.
Depending on the type of products you sell, it may be in your or your customer’s interest to limit the sale if a minimum price is not reached.
Interested? Here’s how to do it.
Snippet to set a minimum price to complete the order in WooCommerce
Add the following code at the end of functions.php or in your functionality plugin:
It’s as simple as that. In this case, the minimum price is 100, but you can change it to whatever you want, as well as the message that is displayed if the minimum price is not reached.
You can also combine this snippet with WooCommerce conditional tags so that it only affects certain products, categories…
As you can see, with a few lines of code you can set a minimum purchase price in your ecommerce created with WooCommerce.
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