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Is there a wordpress ecommerce plugin that by default allows you to have products with product add ons that have their own product mark up or price percentage increase?

Meaning. if I have a shirt and the shirt cost $10.  If you order a large, it is an additional $2 And if you add a logo to the shirt it increase the price by 5%.

Is there a plugin that does this by default?  Woo Commerce charges for this additional plugin.
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Uhh, how much does Woo Commerce charge?  How many sales would you need to recover your costs?  Sometimes (with a little math) you will find that it is easier to ride the horse in the direction he is already going :-)
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Good point. Good analogy.
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