Delivery Pin Checker
Compatibility: 1.7.0 - 1.7.8
Delivery Pin Checker
- Check Product Availability
1.7.0 - 1.7.8
Prestashop Delivery Pin Checker Module is a must-have feature for your store especially if you are not delivering products in certain areas. It gives your customers the option to check if their desired products are deliverable at their location.
- Users can check delivery from the cart page with a single click
- Admin can also show extra information i.e delivery estimate, COD etc
- CSV file upload from backend for zip codes
Prestashop Delivery Pin Checker Module gives your customer the option to check whether the product they have in the cart is being delivered to their location or not simply by entering their zip code. Customers do not need to fully order the products by filling in all their information just to be informed that their desired product is not deliverable to their selected location. This not only enhances the user experience but at the same time also saves a lot of time for store owners as well.
Prestashop Delivery Pin Checker also gives more options to shop owners like letting their customers know if the selected product offers a Cash on Delivery option, is being delivered on weekends, and estimated delivery time. These are very useful information for the potential customer which is usually not shown to him/ her while they order a product.
Our module is fully customizable from the backend admin can select one or more products from a search bar and associate zip code where these products are not deliverable. There is also an option to upload a CSV file for zip codes if they are in large numbers.
Features offered by Prestashop Delivery Pin Checker Module
- Option to customize frontend text, font, and color
- Option to show if the product is deliverable on weekend and has COD option
- Option to show the number of days for delivery
- From the backend admin can manually add one or more zip code
- Option to upload CSV file, CSV sample file shown on backend
- Option to remove products from the rule