If you need to divide your shipping zones further than Country and Province/State, this tutorial will show you how to create Shipping Subzones based on Postal/Zip Code.
Note: We recommend creating Shipping Subzones using Condition Groups. This allows you to easily reference this subzone in multiple Shipping Scenarios.
Create a new Condition Group by heading to Menu > Condition Groups.
Click ‘Add a Condition Group’.
Set your ‘Condition Group Title’ to something that will keep you organized, and set the
‘Condition Match’ to ‘All Conditions Below Must Be Satisfied’.
Note: Most merchants set their ‘Condition Group Title’ as the Postal/Zip Code zones included in the Condition Group.
Click ‘Add Another Condition’ to add the Condition: Postal/Zip Code > Equals > Min:Max, and set whether or not it is a UK Postal Code Format.
Note 1: You can input multiple postal/zip code ranges into a single condition by comma separating each range (e.g. 100:200, 400:500, etc.)
Note 2: When using UK Postal Codes you must input the full format of the postal code (e.g. AB10AA:AB99ZZ).
Save the Condition Group settings.
Repeat Steps 2-4 for each Postal/Zip Code Subzone.
Add/Edit the Shipping Scenario you want to add your newly created subzone Condition Group to.
Note: To learn how to create a Shipping Scenario, click here.
Add the Condition Group SubZone A > Equals > True
Create a ‘Shipping Method’.
Note: Skip this step if you’ve already created Shipping Methods for this Shipping Scenario.
Save your Shipping Scenario settings.
You've set up a Shipping Subzone in Intuitive Shipping. We recommend testing your setup before making it live to your customers and activating your 14-day free trial.