Restrict customers from buying certain products together

Victoriataylor1
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Hello,

 

We sell prepared meals for weekly delivery, we will be launching a Christmas Menu that will be delivered on a specific date. 

 

As the prepared meals and the Christmas Menu will be created and shipped on different dates, I would like to ensure that orders for the different types of meals are processed in separate orders.

 

I would like to either:

 

a. Restrict customers from purchasing the 2 items together so they would have to purchase their standard weekly delivery, and then the Christmas one separately (I have already put all christmas menu items into a collection).

 

b. Allow the orders to pull through separately in Shopify so we can just pull the correct orders for the week.

 

I understand this is a very niche query, I was hoping Shopify would have a way of restricting items being purchased together but it doesn't appear so and i'm struggling with what to search to find the right app.

 

Any thoughts or ideas are greatly welcomed!

 

Thanks,

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gr_trading
Shopify Partner
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Hi @Victoriataylor1 

 

You can create a metafield at the product level to create differentiation and script code to restrict the add-to-cart CTA.

 

Allow the orders to pull through separately in Shopify so we can just pull the correct orders for the week.

 

plz explain a little with example

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gr_trading
Shopify Partner
1762 142 187

Hi @Victoriataylor1 

 

Please refer to the below video how we implement this for a store.

 

 

Hope this will help...

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Jahid-KlinKode
Excursionist
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Hi @Victoriataylor1 , unlock the secrets of restricting specific products or pages on Shopify by watching this detailed video guide: