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Thanks for reaching out.
Yes, with our plugin, you can achieve what you are looking for. However, I’d suggest you create Product2 as a composite product. So, I would suggest you use a plugin called WPC Composite Products for WooCommerce by WPClever to create the composite product, which is fully compatible with our plugin.
So, if that’s okay for you, then please follow the general steps below:
1. First, assign all the tickets to a particular tag.
2. please navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > General and set Mode to
Product quantities. Then set the Date range to
Lifetime and Order statuses to
3. Next, go to the Limits section and check the Per product tag checkbox.
4. Then go to Products > Tags > Your tag > Edit and set Limit per user to
5. Now to sell six tickets together, please go to Product2‘s edit product page, and in the Product data section, select the Product data option to
Smart composite. Then, under the Components tab, you can either create six components for the composite product, each with a Quantity value set to
one for each one of them, or you can create only one component with a Quantity value of
twelve, whichever works best for you, and assign a ticket to each component. Also, please select Require option as
Yes for all components.
Now each of your users will be able to buy a maximum of 12 tickets.
> If they bought 5 and logged in later and wanted more, then they would be told they can’t purchase any more tickets. How would this be done with your plugin?
Our plugin will display a notice stating how many products they have already bought and how many products they can still buy. If you want, you can edit the message from WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > Frontend > Customer message.
> Do they need to create an account prior to first-time checkout? Or can first-time customers checkout and the quantity is stored and updated then?
Your customer needs to be registered on your site in order to impose the limit. However, you can also impose the limit on guest users by tracking their ID address with our plugin. To do so, please navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > Guests section and set the Guests option to
Identify guests by IP address.
I hope you find this information helpful. If you have any other questions, then please let us know.