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  1. I've looked at various other ecommerce solutions out there and each have pro's / con's that make them not suitable for me. Shopify for example would be great, but I dont want them taking a cut of every transaction, ontop of payment gateway charges. Squarespace is perfect for me, bar this limitation. I was hoping there may be a way to resolve this by setting a stock limit on a product, including all variants, rather than individual variants. Or just a simple quantity limit would solve the problem. Id even be willing to pay a bit extra for a plugin if it meant I could use Squarespace.
  2. I've looked at various other ecommerce solutions out there and each have pro's / con's that make them not suitable for me. Shopify for example would be great, but I dont want them taking a cut of every transaction, ontop of payment gateway charges. Squarespace is perfect for me, bar this limitation. I was hoping there may be a way to resolve this by setting a stock limit on a product, including all variants, rather than individual variants. Or just a simple quantity limit would solve the problem. Id even be willing to pay a bit extra for a plugin if it meant I could use Squarespace.
  3. Hello Since SquareSpace still does not allow us to set a quantity limit a customer can purchase (it's ridiculous), is there a way to do the following? I am selling tickets. I need to limit the number of tickets one person can purchase to 10 (for example). To get around this, I am having product variants from 1 - 10 tickets, with the price of each variant increasing to reflect the cost. ie: Product 1 - £5 - 1 Ticket Product 1 - £10 - 2 Tickets Product 1 - £15 - 3 Tickets I have a maximum of 500 tickets to sell. Is it possible to put a stock level limit to cover all variants of a produ
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