Extra Shipping Rates for WooCommerce


Are you tired of complex shipping setups and rigid pricing structures? Look no further! Meet Extra Shipping Rates, the user-friendly WooCommerce plugin designed to give you complete control over your shipping rates. With a multitude of conditions to tailor your shipping costs, you can now offer a personalized and seamless shopping experience for your customers.

This plugin is completely free, but you can buy it on https://vp-plugins.com if you would like to support the development.

Conditions Include

  • Payment Method: Choose shipping rates based on the selected payment method.
  • Order Type: Distinguish rates for individual and company orders.
  • Product Category: Set rates based on specific product categories.
  • Billing Country: Tailor shipping costs to different billing countries.
  • Cart Total: Adjust rates depending on the total value of items in the cart.
  • Cart Total (with Discount): Factor in cart total after discounts are applied.
  • Package Weight: Set rates based on the weight of the package.
  • Package Volume: Customize rates based on the volume of the package.
  • Package Longest Side: Set rates based on the longest side of the package.
  • Shipping Class: Define rates for different shipping classes.
  • Items in Cart: Adjust rates based on the number of items in the cart.
  • Current Date: Set rates for specific dates.

Tangkapan Layar

  • Settings screen(WooCommerce / Settings / Shipping)


  1. Install and activate “VP Shipping Rate” from your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Navigate to the settings and configure your shipping rates based on the provided conditions.
  3. Enjoy the flexibility of personalized shipping rates that adapt to your business needs.


Belum ada ulasan untuk plugin ini.

Kontributor & Pengembang

“Extra Shipping Rates for WooCommerce” adalah perangkat lunak open source. Berikut ini mereka yang sudah berkontribusi pada plugin ini.


Log Perubahan


  • Fix for the “If free shipping is available, make this rate free too” option


  • You can use math in the cost field, like * [qty](which is the cart count, or if the condition is based on shipping class or category, the count of the matching items)
  • Sum cost logic, which adds together all the matching costs to define the final shipping cost


  • Updated readme and assets


  • First version released