WooCommerce Pre-Orders: Allow customers to pre-order items in their stores. Customers will order from you as soon as they can! You’ll automatically and quickly begin accepting orders. Then you can relax and relax while you allow our expansion to take care of the work for you.
Pre-orders are completely customisable and customers can have them automatically loaded with their credit card on the day of release or before they ship. If you use a secure gateway for collecting payments, you’ll be able to charge customers instantly on release, before they even visit your site or place an order.
*Not compatible with WooCommerce Subscriptions
Displays when a product becomes available for pre-sale by customizing its text and images, including the availability date, product name, and pricing information. Display the number of days left before a pre-ordered item is made, and how long it takes for the item to become ready by displaying a count-down bar on any part of a WordPress page. It supports customization of the count-down bar based on various styles of CSS.
Pre-Orders are either automatically completed before the product is released or automatically paid for when the product becomes available. Customers pay the full amount to reserve a product before it becomes available by paying the amount charged in full at the time of the original order.
Pre-orders that are automatically taken from the customers account as soon as the item is available (usually as soon as the item is available), or as soon as the item is available (if it’s available) and as long as the customer hasn’t cancelled their pre-pay order as of yet. If the payment method that a pre-order uses isn’t accepted, the payment request email instructs the pre-paid customers to check out again at the time that the product becomes active.
Pre-orders are manageable from a special page within the store admin. Here, admins manage their own pre-orders, as well as those of other users. A pre-order management page is located on every product page. Admins have the ability to manage individual products separately, or they may choose to automatically manage pre-orders on a product page for countless different products.
When you use one of the supported payment gateways, you can automatically charge your customer’s payment method when the pre-order is available. All gateways support manual payments for pre-orders, where the customer is sent an email asking them to come back and pay for their pre-order when it’s released.