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Please note that the shipping costs or at least the calculation methods (e.g. by weight) should be indicated for all countries supplied.
If you only deliver to certain countries, you must inform the customers of this. In addition, you should only select these countries as "Allowed countries" in the WooCommerce settings. You should not use clauses such as "Shipping costs to other countries only on request".
Prices, shipping costs and delivery information
The prices stated on the product pages include the statutory value added tax and other price components.
We only deliver within Germany and Austria.
In addition to the stated prices, we charge a flat rate of [6.90 euros per order] for delivery within Germany and Austria. The shipping costs will be clearly communicated to you again in the shopping basket system and on the order page.
If payment is made by cash on delivery, an additional fee of [2,- Euro] will be charged, which will be collected by the deliverer on site. [No further taxes or costs will be incurred.]
There are no shipping costs for digital content (e-books, software, etc.).
[Note to traders: The following passage is necessary if you specify a flat rate for shipping. Otherwise you can remove the passage]
The flat rate shipping fee is [specify value of flat rate shipping fee] Euro. The flat rate shipping fee includes the statutory value added tax. As the VAT on the flat rate shipping fee is calculated depending on the goods purchased, it may be reduced if goods are purchased at lower VAT rates (e.g. when purchasing books). This means that the flat-rate shipping fee can only be finally calculated during the ordering process. However, it cannot become higher in the process, but only lower in your favour.