How to Display Estimated Delivery Details on Your WooCommerce Product Page

When will I get this product? 

For an online shopper, this can be a pretty big objection and even come in way of sales. But high-converting stores turn this objection into a compelling reason for making the purchase.


By promising a faster shipping and delivery to shoppers who buy before the counter strikes zero.

In this video, I will show you how to set that up in your WooCommerce store.

You will discover:

– How to display the estimated shipping/delivery details on the product page itself

– How to exclude the days and dates when you don’t ship

– How to display the shipping details only on products pages you want and not all the products.

You’ll also discover how this one store (Miss.Etam) put up a countdown timer on the product page promising instant gratification with next day delivery and increased conversions by 8.6%.

All this and more in this video:

Published by Tavleen Kaur

Tavleen is a conversion strategist at XLPlugins. She helps store owners identify hidden opportunities in their store to make more sales. Reach out to her to learn more about turning your WooCommerce store into a cash-generating asset.