Product Bundles Examples

The Product Bundles feature allows you to increase your average order value. The feature allows you to bring awareness to products that might be overlooked, offer customization purposes, and can also help up-sell products to customers.

If you haven't learned about how to create product bundles yet, we recommend taking a look at this document which also includes a video.

In this document, we'll be showcasing four different examples of Product Bundles.

Example #1: Offer add-on products

How to Create Example #1:


Example #2: Upgrade your main products

Product bundles do not necessarily have to be in a form of additional products. You can offer custom and ideal products by allowing customers to upgrade the product or make special requests. 

How to create Example #2: 

Remember to always create descriptive labels for the up-charges' pricing and for each option selection. You can create a label to identify the add-on option selections. 

Next, create the number of option values that you need for each selection. If you're copying this example, you can create one option value for "Special Order Request + $10" and "Silver Laces + $10."

Lastly, assign the product that reflects the price that you are offering in the bundle to each option selection by clicking on the price tag icon. Don't forget to save your changes!


Example #3: Upgrade customers' purchases

Gift wrapping is a popular bundled option for items that are given as presents.

How to create Example #3: 

Remember to always create descriptive labels for the add-on selection field and for each option selection. You can create a label to identify the add-on option selections. In this example, you would label the option value as "Add gift wrapping for $5."

Lastly, assign the product that reflects the price that you are offering in the bundle to each option selection by clicking on the price tag icon. Don't forget to save your changes!


Example #4: Offer engraving option with additional charge

Offer the ability to add custom engraving with an additional cost for products so that customers can make their purchase as personal as possible.

How to Create Example #4:

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