How can I create a "gift" packing slip?

To create a packing slip specifically for gift items (so that the prices do not display on the slip), you'll need to recognize a bit of HTML, but you won't have to write any unless you wish to customize your packing slip further.

*Please note that you must be on a Silver or above plan to customize your packing slip and basic familiarity with HTML coding is recommended.

Head to your Account Settings (the gear icon in the upper right).

Next, select Templates and then Packing Slips from the sidebar on the left.


Either copy or edit an existing template, and click on the Order Items Header grey bar.



Here, you need to delete the code highlighted above. The code in this area should then look like this:

<tr>
    <th align="left" style="width:0.75in" class="sku">
        Item
    </th>
    <th align="left">
        Description
    </th>
    <th align="center" style="width:0.35in">
        Qty
    </th>
</tr>

Now, we need to delete the code for the prices on each item in the order. Click on the Order Items bar, and delete the highlighted code like you see in the picture below.



If you haven't previously customized the slip, the code in this area should then look like this:

<tr>
    <td class="sku">[Sku]</td>
    <td>[Item Title]<br>[Item Options]</td>
    <td align="center">[Quantity]</td>
</tr>

Lastly, we'll need to take out the "Subtotal," and other prices in the rest of the packing slip, so click on Order Footer bar. Here, we're taking out the majority of the code, so don't be alarmed if it doesn't look like much is left.



Delete the code that you see in the above picture. If you haven't previously customized the slip, the code in this area should then look like this:

<table cellspacing=0 cellpadding="2" border="0" style="width:100%" class="footer">
<tbody>
    <tr>
        <td rowspan="4" class="notes" >
            [Notes to Buyer]
        </td>
    </tr>
</tbody>
</table>

<p align="center" style="font-size:11px">[Packing Slip Message]</p>

Make sure to click Save, and your packing slip will be able to be used. 

Here’s an example of this packing slip:

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