I have a single Shopify store selling from two locations. Each location has a totally different set of products.
eg one sells only donuts, the other only pies.
Each location provides local delivery, at a minimum order size ($42), for a flat fee ($6).
If customers put $42 of only donuts in the cart, they can check out and see the delivery charge of $6.
If customers put $42 of only pies in the cart, they can check out and see the delivery charge of $6.
if they put both pies and donuts in the cart, they cannot check out at all. They get the error message before Shipping is calculated.
the store is www.kai2you.co.nz
I simplified the problem using the donuts and pies metaphor.
I posed another question here... which has more details about the current site and the problem. That question tries to solve the problem a different way. Hope that's not too confusing.
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