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Still very new to the Woocommerce interface. I'm trying to figure out how to sell 'attendance' to a workshop. So I'm assuming I need to create a 'variable product' and then I need to add the following 2 price options:

  • 1 attendant: $125
  • 2 attendants: $195

The gateway is paypal

WooCommerce version 1.6.5.1

WordPress version WP 3.4.1

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A quick Google search -> wcdocs.woothemes.com/user-guide/product-variations – Brian Fegter Sep 2 '12 at 17:54

Yes, you'll need to set this as variable product. After selecting variable product, go to attributes. Name it - for instance - Number of Attendants. Then in the values area enter - 1 attendant: $125|2 attendants: $195

At this point, press publish.

Then select the variables tab and click on the items - 1 attendant - or - 2 attendants - to drop down the options and set the pricing.

Save your changes and you'll have a dropdown selection box that will appear on your product page. The "add to cart" button will appear when one of these options is selected.

Hope this is helpful.

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