I'm wanting to have different shipping rates for different markets. My store is a gift store, so the customer is always sending one of our products to a different recipient (i.e. not themselves). We're based in New Zealand and fulfil everything from NZ.
For those based in New Zealand - I have our base prices and then if a NZ customer is sending something to Australia then we charge the full cost for Australia shipping
For those based in Australia - I will set different prices for those in Australia (higher base prices to semi-subsidise the shipping. The shipping price will then be different (lower) for shipping to Australia than a NZ based customer sending to Australia as the Australia base price is semi-subsidising the Australia shipping cost.
Hopefully this makes sense - I know I can set different product prices for different markets, but the key question is whether I can set different shipping prices depending on which market the customer is in.
The following might be a better way to explain what I'm trying to do:
An NZ based customer sending to a recipient in Australia - shipping costs $10
An Australia customer sending to a recipient in Australia - shipping costs $5
So different shipping costs to the same destination (in this case Australia) dependant on which market the customer is in. I can't figure out how to current do this!