WooCommerce Name Your Price 2.8.1

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WooCommerce Name Your Price 2.8.1

Name Your Price

The Name Your Price plugin lets you be flexible in what price you are willing to accept for selected products. You can use this plugin to accept donations or to take a new approach to selling products. You can suggest a price to your customers and optionally enforce a minimum acceptable price, or leave it entirely in the hands of the customer.

Just Some of the Possibilities

Collect donations.
Alternative selling strategy.
Make a profit on products you’d otherwise give away.
Collect data on what price customers are willing to pay.

Name Your Price for Variable Products

Name Your Price now supports its customer-defined pricing for variable products! Pick and choose which variations will be Name Your Price enabled to allow customers to set a price on all of a product’s variations or just one. For example, a donation could be configured with $10, $20, and $50 variations plus a Name Your Own Price variation that allows the customer to chose his or her own level of giving.

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