Woocommerce limit one purchase plugin!
Do you want to limit some of your products to be purchasable once per customer? Woocommerce limit one plugin was developed for that same reason.
Once Woocommerce limit one is installed the option shows up under each product in the general settings tab. It is located on the general tab when you are editing a product.
Woocommerce limit one is great for running promotions, discounted try out products, digital items, the list goes on. Once a customer purchases one of your products that you have set to only purchasable once, the next time they view that product they will not be able to add it to the cart or purchase that product.
Woocommerce limit one FAQs:
- This is a per product setting which can be enabled and disabled.
- Once a customer purchases this product with this setting active, they will never be able to purchase that product again, unless you turn the setting off.
- Easy to use one setting per product.
- Removes items that are marked as purchasable once from the cart or checkout if they were added before logging in. Once the user logs in and goes back to cart those items will be removed.
- Grouped Product, when enabling grouped products to only be purchasable once. Its best to create dedicated products for your grouped product. As this will be triggered if any of the products in the grouped product have been purchased. If they are dedicated grouped products, the only way a customer could purchase one of them is if they purchased your grouped product. Otherwise if you use other simple products as a grouped product item, if they purchased one of those products before it will trigger and not allow the customer to purchase your grouped product.
- Variable Products, this is not per variable setting, if set to purchasable only once it will trigger if any of the variations have been purchased for that product. This option is good if you only want a customer to purchase a product once but have different delivery options, say a download vs physical item. Or however you want to use it, just remember it is based on if the variable product has been purchased and not related to its variations, colors, sizes, etc what ever your variations might be.