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Posted 11 January 2019 - 12:22 PM #1

I would like to create a bundle product like this (https://mixjuice.co....new/#1st-bottle) on our www.eliteliquid.co.uk website - with the selection boxes for each flavour.  The bundle needs to be able to be made from products already on the website, using theirs individual SKU's for inventory tracking.  It is more like grouping products together from one page, rather than a variable product.

Mix Juice is our brand and we have a 5 bottle bundle we offer - the website is built on Woocommerce.  The bundle is created from the products already on the website using each products individual SKU for inventory tracking.  It uses a plugin called Configurable Products.

 

CS Cart variations would not work as there is no way to track the inventory for individual products in the bundle - I can only create the 100's of variation combinations and give those a unique SKU, which doesn't work for us. 

 

Any solutions to creating a product page where I can group 5 previously existing products together, using their own SKU's, and offer at a discounted price?

Thanks



 

Posted 11 January 2019 - 12:27 PM #2

A good idea would be to able to create the Flavour Variations from products on the website (with their SKU's) instead of manually inputting the options - and then let the customer create their own combinations on the bundle product page.  

Is there a way to do this?



 
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Posted 11 January 2019 - 12:50 PM #3

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This would be a good option. We are definitely interested to work on this. Please write us on helpdesk.com, so that we can discuss more on the project. 


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Posted 11 January 2019 - 02:37 PM #4

I figured it out.  Can do it as a configurable product.  Takes some time to setup but works quite well.



 
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Posted 11 January 2019 - 10:19 PM #5

I figured it out.  Can do it as a configurable product.  Takes some time to setup but works quite well.

 

If you set required products for one of them, you could not sell it separately. Always with the required.