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    Dear all,

    I want to sell some of my products as a kind of bundle. For example product X can only be bought per 4.
    So 4 or 8 or 12 etc.

    Is this possible? I already bought several plugins but none of them suits my needs. I tried Gravity Forms Product add on, and the min/max quantities plugin. I really need help, my client is waiting…

    With the min/max quantities plugin I set a minimum value for products. Is it possible to let the counter on the product page increase or decrease with that specific value??? Should be possible though?

    I am looking forward hearing from you!

    Emiel Lagarde


    Basically it’s possible but it requires some custom work (new option field for the “per” value, input validation, etc.) on your end. It’s something which is beyond the scope of this support forum. I’d suggest to hire a freelancer/coder if you need this feature asap or you can post a feature request here:


    Hi There, since this topic is 7 months old now, I just wanted to check in and see if the status of this issue has changed at all?

    I have installed and activated the Min/Max Quantities plugin so as such the various options are showing up where they should be (i.e. in WooCommerce Settings and the Product “General” tab, etc) except for the “Variations” tab, the “Min/Max Rules” tickbox does not show in the options of each Variation (i.e. Enabled, Downloadable, Virtual, Min/Max Rules). Additionally, I am getting an error on the single product page.

    I’m extremely frustrated and angry about this as I paid for this plugin because my customer needed this change urgently and I did so because I could clearly see in the Documentation that the Plugin had per variation controls. It’s pretty annoying to find out it’s not compatible with the old version of WooCommerce the Abundance theme runs on.

    Is there any chance I can get instruction on how to customise WC to accommodate this plugin?


    1) You can update to Abundance 1.9 it’s compatible with the latest version of WooCommerce (it’s 2.0.9 atm). The latest theme update can be found on

    2) This is not theme related. If WooCommerce supports such a feature you can use it. If not you need to hire someone who adds this feature to woocommerce or you need to search for an extension.

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