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Shopping Cart Help
Halp! I need a SIMPLE and INEXPENSIVE online shopping cart.

  • One product

  • Can change pricing based on number of items purchased

  • Can do international orders

  • Can export to Access or Excel

Someone pointed me to Shopify.com... but I can't adjust pricing or shipping based on number of items purchased (and its interface is kind of a pain in the butt). Godaddy won't do international orders. Any recommendations?

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duinlas From: duinlas Date: October 6th, 2006 10:28 pm (UTC) (permalink)
I haven't a clue. :P I install my own, so...

yahoo stores?

that's it for me. Sorry. ;) (and I didn't even check those out. But I crave to provide information.)
cloverbee From: cloverbee Date: October 7th, 2006 04:58 pm (UTC) (permalink)
I've looked around a bit. The only one I found I liked was bugmall. It was around $300 when I looked at it.

Dansie is another popular one but I don't know the price.

Currently, I use paypal. It won't do internationl or allow price breaks. It has mostly everything else. You could get around the price breaks by giving them different item numbers. For example, one item number for 0-5, another for 6-10 - whatever your price points are. Then you can price differently by item number.

Paypal will do international orders just fine, it will convert the money and all that - but what it will not do is let you set shipping prices based on country codes. Which suck. You can set shipping by either percentage of total order or by price points. It doesn't understand that you may have different shipping rates by either carrier or by country.

Don't know if this helps, but thought I would chime in.
From: stealthgear Date: October 18th, 2006 02:47 am (UTC) (permalink)
I tried OScommerce. Its free. PHP/mysql. It installs fast. Its what I'm using, but I have multiple items in mini-store. Kind of a mall thing. www.chipcollection.com no products available yet...
If your going to do one item, maybe a paypal link? I just know its awful looking for a good solution. I kind of settled for OScommerce.
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