First, you will need to set shipping destination you want to serve first (Learn more on how to set your shipping destinations). Then, click on button ‘Add New Rate’ from that country destination box.
You will need to choose the shipping rate you serve for that destination, whether it is based on weight or based on price of the products. Write in the name of the shipping service (usually it is of the shipping or courier company’s name), and finally the shipping price.
Rate by Weight
When setting your shipping rate based on weight, you can put the range of weight from what kg (lbs) to what kg (lbs) and shipping price applied for the weight range specifically.
'And up' means that you don’t set range to the weight, for example you put in '0.1' kg – and up with shipping price of 'USD 10', that means for whatever products of your store with weight at minimal 0.1 kg to no limit (however heavy it is), the shipping price is USD 10.
Rate by Price
When setting your shipping rate based on price, you can put the range of total order price from what number (eg. $) to what number (eg. $) and shipping price applied for the total order price range specifically.
'And up' means that you don’t set range to the total order price, for example you put in USD 10 – and up with shipping price of 'USD 10', that means if the minimum total order price of USD 10 to no limit (no matter how much more it is), the shipping price is still USD 10.
If your store has various products with various weights/prices, then you might need to specify and list down the shipping price for each range as you might also pay different price to the shipping or courier company you use.
For example, 0.1 kg – 1 kg at USD 10, 1.1 kg – 2 kg at USD 12, and so on; that way your customers will be charged specifically for the product they purchase in your store.
Rate by Per Kilogram
When setting your shipping rate based on per kilogram, you only need to insert the basis of price per kilogram and shipping price applied for how much kilograms of the goods.