How to set different Minimum Order Thresholds for different users with WooCommerce and B2BKing

Do you want to set a minimum order value or minimum order quantity for your WooCommerce customers? Better yet, do you want to set a different threshold for different users or user groups? Here’s how to do it.

We have already discussed how to set different prices for different users or groups in this article. Let’s see how we can set different minimum order quantities or values!

Context: Minimum Order in B2B e-commerce #

Setting different minimum order thresholds for different customers is a common situation in B2B e-commerce. Your buyers may be companies of different sizes, and you may have different levels of trust or experience related to working with them.

Therefore you may want to require Company A to place a decent-size order, whereas you may be more lenient with company B.

Different available shipping and payment methods #

Before showing you how to set different-sized orders, here’s another thing you can do through B2BKing: enable or disable shipping and payment methods depending on user or user group. This way you can only allow your most trusted customers access to certain shipping methods or payment gateways.

Setting available shipping and payment methods for resellers

How to set Different Minimum Orders #

Finally, here it goes. You can do it through B2BKing’s “Dynamic Rules” system by setting 2 Minimum (or maximum) Order rules. The Dynamic rule system is powerful and versatile and allows you to set everything from minimum order amounts and discounts to tax exemptions. The system also allows you set conditions for complete control.

Let’s set a “Minimum Order” rule!

Minimum 5 Wine Bottles rule

The rule above sets a minimum order of 5 pieces for “Cabernet Sauvignon 2018” for users in the “Resellers” grup.

Let’s set another “Minimum Order” rule!

Minimum $200 worth of wines for jjohnsonsllc

In the rule above, we set a minimum order value of $200 for a particular user (jjohnsonsllc) for products in the “Wines” category. That means they need to purchase wines worth at least $200 to be able to checkout.

One more rule!

The rule above requires a minimum quantity of 25 Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 for “spencerllc”. That means that if they purchase any of that particular product, then they will need at least 25 pieces to be able to checkout.

Hope that clarifies things! Leave a comment below if you have any questions.

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