5 Best WooCommerce POS Plugins

We put every effort into ensuring information on The Rise SMB is accurate. With that being said you should always perform your own research and verify details before applying or buying.

woocommerce POS plugin blog post featured image

The Rise SMB maintains editorial independence. While we may receive compensation when you click links to partners, this does not influence our content. (Advertiser Disclosure)

Table of Contents

In a Rush? Our team has selected the 3 best WooCommerce POS plugins based on their features and pricing to help you make a faster decision. Check them out below categorized by “best overall”, “best value”, and “best budget”.

Best Overall


“A well-built WooCommerce plugin from a team of developers dedicated to the ecosystem, what more could you ask for? This POS Plugin is able to handle a range of problems including checkout, inventory tracking, taxes, and user permissions, making it quite helpful around the shop.”

Best Budget


“A simple and easy to use platform for business owners that are looking to unite their physical and digital stores. Very capable, great reporting functionality, and can be used across a range of devices including desktop, tablet, and mobile.”

Best Value

Hike POS

“If you are looking for a dependable POS system that goes far beyond a WooCommerce plugin than Hike is worth your time. This platform includes inventory management, multi-store functionality, online and offline connectivity as well as deep eCommerce integrations with WooCommerce as well as Shopify and BigCommerce.”

If you are looking for a POS option that can plugin to your WooCommerce store and enable you to accept physical transactions than a WooCommerce POS plugin is a must.

These point of sale plugins connect with your online store allowing you to handle orders via a POS interface on either your computer, phone or tablet. 

In this article, we will cover the top WooCommerce POS plugins currently available on the market, evaluating their features and pricing so you can make an informed decision when integrating a new tool into your store.

The 5 Best WooCommerce POS Plugins 

1. wePOS


  • Free plan
  • Paid plans start from $99 per year and give you access to additional features such as counter management, secure cashier logins, card gateway support, and multiple live carts. 


  • Web-based point-of-sale system
  • Based on Rest API
  • Simple, easy-to-use interface
  • Multi-store management
  • User permission and assigned terminals
  • Secure cashier logins
  • VAT tax calculator 
  • Advanced receipt builder


If you are looking for a WooCommerce POS plugin that was designed natively to work with the platform that still remains easy to use, and customizable then check out wePOS. 

This popular POS plugin for the WooCommerce platform allows you to easily accept payments, track inventory, and calculate taxes. Furthermore, with the plugins advanced receipt builder you can create custom invoices for your business. 

These features, paired with the platforms deep WooCommerce integration allow you to connect your online and offline businesses, helping you generate better data, sell more products, and simplify the technology required to run your business.

What makes this platform even better is that it comes with a free plan for businesses that are just getting started out, with paid plans also being rather affordable, starting at $99 per year and giving you access to a range of additional (and helpful) functions.

2. FooSales


  • Free 30-day trial
  • Single domain plans start from $15 USD per month
  • Multiple domain plans start from $45 USD per month


  • Includes desktop version and app for iOS and Android
  • Product catalogue
  • Barcode scanner
  • Cash drawers
  • Sales history and daily summaries
  • Event and ticket integrations
  • Inventory management
  • Accept offline orders via tablet
  • Receipt and invoice printing 
  • Customer information storage


FooSales allows you to turn your computer or tablet into a fully-featured point of sale system and cash register so you can sell products in-person. 

It’s been designed specifically to meet the demands of WooCommerce users and connects directly to your store via the official WooCommerce API so you can rest assured your data is safe. This connection enables you to unite both your online and physical stores enabling you to simplify and optimize your business operations.

The platform features a ton of great capabilities like inventory management, event and ticket integrations, receipt and invoice printing, as well as product catalogues. In addition to customer engagement software like user profiles so you can provide an even better customer experience. 

Priced to fit all store budgets, business owners can access a free 30-day trial or get started right away with one of FooSales monthly plans which start at $15 per month for a single domain.

3. Point of Sale System for WooCommerce by Webkul


  • Regular license starts at $99


  • Easily switch between currencies
  • Create multiple locations and assigned users “Agents”
  • Apply discounts
  • Offline Mode
  • Sales and inventory management system
  • Barcode readers
  • Extendable functionality
  • Simple, intuitive interface


A simple POS plugin available via the CodeCanyon marketplace the Point of Sale System for WooCommerce by Webkul comes well-rated and highly capable, taking into consideration what it costs. 

With prices starting from $99 for a single site license this platform includes the ability to create and manage multiple locations, apply discounts, assign “agents”, manage multiple currencies, create reports, track sales, manage inventory, and integrate add-ons. 

This full feature set makes this plugin one of the more extensive in this list, but we will note, unlike platforms such as Hike POS, the customer service from Webkul will be less robust, both due to the team and product size.

Despite some of these product shortcomings the POS for WooCommerce by Webkul still remains a great option for those who need a simple tool to handle in-person transactions and purchases.

4. Hike POS


  • Starting at $69/ per month


  • Online and offline connectivity
  • Inventory management and tracking
  • eCommerce Integrations (WooCommerce, Shopify, BigCommerce)
  • Customer engagement and loyalty software
  • Multi-store functionality


If you are running a retail store at scale and need a POS system that can handle the demands of a high transaction volume and diversified inventory than Hike POS may be worth checking out.

Hike POS is a retail-focused POS platform that provides a ton of features including inventory management, multi-store functionality, online and offline connectivity, as well as a range of eCommerce integrations (WooCommerce, Shopify, BigCommerce).

Meaning you will be able to connect your WooCommerce store with ease and sync products as well as data between the two platforms. 

Out of all the options in this list, Hike may be slightly more expensive, but its quality and functionality beyond purely WooCommerce make it a great option to consider if you are running a sizeable operation. 

Additionally, as you grow further you will be able to add-on marketing functions such as customer loyalty programs.

5. YITH Point of Sale for WooCommerce (POS)


  • Starting at $189.99 per site


  • Create a store and manage user accounts
  • Enable product barcode scanning
  • Product level inventory management
  • Mobile ready
  • POS dashboard integrates with WooCommerce
  • Reports and stats
  • Split payments
  • Can be extended with additional plugins and add-ons
  • Plugin integrations


Unlike the previous system, YITH Point of Sale for WooCommerce (POS) is focused solely on the WooCommerce ecosystem, providing a REST API that connects with the platform to provide a seamless POS and platform experience. 

You can easily handle multiple stores, create new registers, manage user accounts, enable barcode scanning, track inventory, and create reports with the system. In addition to being able to handle payment types such as debit, credit and cash. 

Your employees will be able to provide discounts, apply coupons, accept payments, and provide physical receipts to your in-person customers. 

If you are interested in the platform it starts at $189.99 for a single site, with discounts for multi-site packages. We will note there are more fully-featured platforms out there to consider, but the YITH team has remained committed to the WooCommerce ecosystem and it shows.

Buyers Guide: WooCommerce POS Plugins

Now that you are more familiar with some of the POS plugin options on the market it’s a great time to review the core functions of POS plugins and cover some common questions buyers have when purchasing a WooCommerce POS plugin for their business.

This will help you make a better decision when it comes to buying a plugin that meets your demands from a feature and integration perspective, as not all plugins are equal both from a feature, price, or quality perspective.

So with that being said let’s get started!

What Do WooCommerce POS Plugins Do?

A WooCommerce POS plugin provides you with a web app and user interface that you can utilize to process payments, track inventory, manage employees, sync orders, print receipts, and more, for a physical store or booth. 

Three are many options on the market to choose from to handle your businesses offline sales but not all are made the same.

Most will connect with WooCommerce via their official REST API and will allow you to create registers and process payments via all major payment methods, some will provide free plans, whereas others will require you to pay a monthly or yearly subscription fee to access the software.

Common WooCommerce POS Plugin Features

To better understand what to look out for when purchasing your POS our team has listed some common features and their functions below.

WooCommerce API Integration

All major WooCommerce POS plugins will use the official API to integrate their app with the platform and sync your transactions. If the platform you are evaluating does not use an official connection be careful of processing payments, and ensure the software has been vetted by a third-party.

Payment Processing

Being able to handle all major payment types including cash, debit, and credit cards is crucial to running a physical business. Luckily all platforms should provide this functionality out of the box with the ability to integrate contactless payment options such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Tap.

Receipt Printing

Whether it’s a physical or digital copy, the ability to provide your customers with a receipt of their purchase is a must. All WooCommerce POS plugins should be able to provide you with the ability to send digital invoices.

Inventory Management

If you run a store you know how important inventory management can be to managing stock levels appropriately and generating revenue. A strong inventory management suite that enables you to track stock levels within your store so you know when to reorder and what’s in demand will help you run a better business. The plugins listed above will either include this or feature it as a paid add-on.

Final Verdict

WooCommerce POS plugins are unique and varied, with options across a wide spectrum of price points and quality. Some notable plugins in this list include wePOS, Hike, and FooSales, for their clear dedication to the WooCommerce ecosystem but there is no right plugin.

Ultimately the plugin that is best for you will depend on the features you require and the type of business you operate. Out of the box you can expect most POS for WooCommerce to include payment handling, inventory management, receipt printing, register creation, and even user management.

With many platforms offering paid add-ons that will allow you to extend the functionality of your system significantly.

If you are still curious and want to read more about POS systems make sure to check out the article below.

Looking to learn more about point-of-sale systems? Check out these articles:

Ryan Watkins

Ryan Watkins

Ryan is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Rise SMB. He began this site as a way to help small business owners better understand the financial services, loans, and software available to them.

He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Toronto and has served in various management & executive roles within the financial services industry, including most recently as the Head of Growth for leading Canadian Business Lenders, Loop & Lending Loop.

Much of Ryan's work has focused on providing accessible capital and credit building services to Canadian small business owners and entrepreneurs. In his spare time, Ryan loves bouldering, backpacking and drinking inordinate amounts of coffee.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Get the latest News, How-To's, Reviews, and Advice for Small Business Owners

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

More To Explore

Retail POS System Examples Blog Post Feature Image
POS Systems

What POS Systems Do Retailers Use? (2021)

Curious about what POS systems are commonly used by retailers?  With so many retail point of sale systems available it can be tough to pinpoint