Accept Payments in Multiple Currencies for your WooCommerce Bookings
If you are a WooCommerce store owner, you might have noticed that WooCommerce supports a single currency by default. For a growing business, it’s not ideal to accept payments in just one currency. It narrows down the volume of the total potential customers thus, making multiple currencies support a must.
There are a lot of competent plugins out there that allows you to accept payments in multiple currencies. But here, we’ll check out the WooCommerce Multi-Currency plugin – one of the widely used plugins for multiple currency support for your WooCommerce store, and see how it handles your bookings in different currencies.
With this article, we will also check out how you can use WooCommerce Multi-Currency plugin with WooCommerce Bookings and Appointments plugin to make sure your customers can place a booking on your website and pay in their own currencies.
How does the WooCommerce Multi-Currency plugin work?
The WooCommerce Multi-Currency plugin is nifty little plugin that provides currency switching features and re-calculates the prices everywhere on your store.
Customers can choose the desired currency using the sidebar widget provided by the plugin. They can then see the re-calculated prices and pay in the right currency.
Setting Up WooCommerce Multiple Currencies on your store
Once you’ve installed the plugin, the process is quite straightforward. For the sake of explanation, we’ve taken the example of the following currencies. Let’s see how you can set up WooCommerce multiple currencies.
- INR – Indian Rupee
- USD – United States Dollar
- CAD – Canadian Dollar
- EUR – Euro
You can configure the plugin for more currencies based on the areas where you provide your services.
Enabling the WooCommerce Multiple Currencies Selector Widget
Once you’re done with the configuration, don’t forget to set up the WooCommerce Currency Widget and place it at a suitable location on your website.
How to set up WooCommerce Multiple Currencies for your Bookings store?
Once you’ve configured the desired currencies, you can set up the bookings on your store using the WooCommerce Bookings and Appointments pluging. If you’d like to know more then check out the steps to set up WooCommerce Bookings And Appointments plugin.
Once you’ve configured both bookings and multiple currencies, it’s time to see how both the work together on different pages.
WooCommerce Product Page
As seen in the image below, the WooCommerce Multiple Currencies widget shows the four currency options. So visitors can select the currency and then select the dates to see the accurate prices.
Following are two examples that show the currency switch in real-time.
Booking Cost in Euro for 24th June 2019
Booking Cost in USD for 24th June 2019
WooCommerce Cart Page
Similar to the WooCommerce Product page, the Cart page also has the option to select the currency. Here’s how it looks like.
WooCommerce Bookings and Appointments plugin and WooCommerce Multi-Currency plugin integrate very well with each other. And in return, they give store owners an amazing way to provide bookings in multiple currencies.
Feel free to use the two plugins together and in case you have any issues or difficulty regarding the usage of the plugins Contact PluginHive Customer Support. We will definitely help you out.
Happy selling! 🙂