Using Product Variations For Dual Credit and Currency Based Products

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Welcome to this comprehensive tutorial on how to make the most out of FastCredit Pro’s product variations feature. This tutorial is crafted for both new and seasoned users, aiming to walk you through configuring product variations, dual pricing, and much more. We’ll break down the entire process into manageable parts to make it easier for you to follow along.

Part 1: Understanding Dual Pricing and Variations

In this section, we’ll discuss how FastCredit Pro allows you to set up dual pricing and two different variations for your products: one for currency and another for credits.


  1. Navigate to Your Product: Open the product you want to modify in your WooCommerce dashboard.
  2. Enable Dual Pricing: Under the FastCredit Pro settings, ensure the “Dual Pricing” option is enabled.
  3. CheckVariations: You should have two variations set up—one for currency and one for credits.

The dual pricing feature is essential as it makes it possible for the customers to see both currency and credit prices, giving them more flexibility during checkout.

Part 2: Configuring the Currency Variation

Here, you’ll learn how to set up the currency-based variation of your product.


  1. Go to Variations Tab: Inside the product editing screen, navigate to the ‘Variations’ tab.
  2. Select Currency Variation: Choose the variation that is currency-based.
  3. Set Up Pricing: Fill in the pricing details like normal WooCommerce products. No need to worry about credit settings here.

Remember, this variation is just like any standard WooCommerce product but serves as one path of a dual checkout route—currency or credits.

Part 3: Setting Up the Credit Variation

This part focuses on creating a credit-based product variation.


  1. Choose Credit Variation: Again under the ‘Variations’ tab, select the credit-based variation.
  2. Set Credit Purchase: Indicate that this is a “credit purchase.”
  3. Enter Currency Value: Even if you’re not selling it in currency, enter a nominal currency value to prevent it from defaulting to a free product.
  4. Set Credit Value: This is where you set the cost of the product in credits.

By doing this, customers can opt for a credit-based checkout, ensuring a dynamic shopping experience.

Part 4: Additional Settings and Display Options

We’ll explore other FastCredit Pro settings that influence how product variations are displayed.


  1. Navigate to FastCredit Pro Settings: Usually found in the WooCommerce settings or as its separate menu.
  2. Check Dual Pricing Option: This setting controls how prices are displayed—either just in credits or both currency and credits.

Note that your theme may also influence how pricing is displayed, so it’s worth experimenting to get the look you desire.


Congratulations! You’ve just mastered the art of setting up dual pricing and product variations with FastCredit Pro. By employing these features, you provide your customers with the flexibility and choice they crave, ultimately elevating their shopping experience.

Still, have questions or need further clarification? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your seamless experience with FastCredit Pro is our top priority.

Happy Selling!

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