YITH Booking and Appointment for WooCommerce allows an advanced management of a booking system for the products of your shop. Once you have configured the prices, services, and availability, the plugin will automatically manage the product depending on the user choice.
Thanks to the integration with YITH WooCommerce Deposits and Down Payments you can enable the deposit service for all “Booking” products and offer all users the chance to pay for the booking in two installments.
After installing, activating both plugins and configured the deposit settings, you will find the related options in the booking product edit page.
Below, a sample of the order details shown to customers.
: it’s not possible to add a deposit to bookings with “confirmation request” enabled.
YITH Event Tickets for WooCommerce is a plugin that allows you to sell different kinds of tickets for the events advertised on your shop. A very intuitive interface that helps you create a new event in a few clicks, set the number of tickets available and the selling price for every single ticket.
YITH WooCommerce Deposits and Down Payments fully integrates the whole set of features of YITH Event Tickets in order to allow users to make a deposit even for “Event Ticket” items.
After installing and activating both plugins, you can configure deposit settings directly from the product edit page.
Below, a sample of the message related to the deposit payment shown on the event product page.
YITH WooCommerce Multi Vendor allows you to turn your store into a marketplace where vendors manage their own products and split the income with the admin based on the commission rate agreed.
The combined use of both plugins allows the vendor to get a commission on every deposit order as well.
For further details about YITH Multi Vendor settings, please refer to the official documentation.
YITH WooCommerce PDF Invoice and Shipping List allows you to automatically generate invoices in PDF format for each registered order in your shop.
The integration between these two plugins allows generating two separate invoices, one for the deposit order and one for the balance order.
YITH WooCommerce Product Add-Ons allows you to configure additional options that will be added on one or more product in your shop. For each option, you can choose a name, an image and a price, which will add up to the produt base price.
The integration with YITH WooCommerce Deposits and Down Payments allows you to enable a deposit service even for products with one or more add-ons. A deposit will be placed on the final price.
To start using these combined features, you just have to make sure you’ve installed and activated the premium version of both plugins from the Plugins page.
Then, configure the deposit general or product settings and the add-ons on your products.
The following is a sample product with more add-ons that add an extra price to the product. Deposits plugin allows paying a 30% down payment for this product that is calculated on the total price after the add-ons are selected and their price added to the base price.
For more details about YITH WooCommerce Product Add-ons, please, refer to the official plugin documentation.
The customer will be able to create a bundle that includes some of the products that are available in your shop.
The admin will be able to allow deposit payments for bundled products as well. Simply activate the Poduct Bundles plugin, and you can start using the options.
For more information on how to set up the Product Bundles plugin, check the full documentation here.
The premium versions of the two plugins are perfectly integrated, let us explain you the process.
The customer will add product(s) to the quote as usual, when the quote is created the admin can choose if the customer should pay a deposit.
If the admin decides to add a deposit to the quote, he can set this option from the backend by editing the quote (WooCommerce > Orders).
The admin can enable the option and set a percentage of deposit that will be calculated from the quote total. The customer will see the deposit option when he decides to accept the quote in the frontend.
E.g. if the quote total is 100$ and the admin sets 15% deposit rate, the customer will have to pay only 15$ when the quote is accepted. The other 85$ will have to be paid in a second order (just like the Premium Deposit and Down payments plugin normally works).