Consider the needs because Webflow is also limited with certain e-commerce abilities such as batch item discounts, coupon codes, and item filtering.
Item filtering to me isn’t the biggest in the world.
I just built a boutique e-commerce shop with Webflow and there are certain limitations so far that are actually hurting me.
A slightly cheaper and more robust workflow with Webflow e-commerce is to pay for a CMS plan and use Foxycart.io to manage the e-commerce side of things. You would add Foxycart to your website via embed codes. From there you make your own foxycart account and pay for their services. You can add discount codes, coupons, and everything. They support 100+ payments including paypal.
This approach though, does not allow for certain e-commerce integrations that make e-commerce so much smoother with Webflow. So google product data feeds and facebook feeds that then connects to Instagram for product tagging.
If you go e-commerce with Webflow, you can’t do product discounts and coupon codes in batch. Only manually. This is potential destructive workflow if you’re not careful.
I think Webflow should purchase Foxycart and call it a day.