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I was wondering if it is possible and feasible to do.

I am in a need of Guest Checkout for admin order checkout.

Anyone have any idea, please suggest.

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When you say you want a Guest Checkout, I presume you mean you want them to be able to setup an order without providing the customer a login?

You should be able to acheive this out of the box with no requirement for further modules. Simply go to Sales -> Orders and click Create New Order

On the next screen you will be presented with a Select a customer, where you can create a new customer which may need you to select the website it will be associated with. At that point you just fill out the customer contact details in Billing & Shipping, as well as adding the various order elements (products, shipping etc)

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  • I don't want to create any customer, just do checkout without any customer, I can put custom email though. Commented Jun 18, 2015 at 7:00
  • If you wish to provide no customer details that could be complex, especially with shipping being calculated on shipping address. You could perhaps create a internal account to associate them with. Commented Jun 18, 2015 at 7:02
  • I don't need shipping details as well. It's for my in store sale. Commented Jun 18, 2015 at 7:15
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    Ah that sounds fine, then I suggest you simply create a new customer and give the details of the physical store, then just associate all orders to that account using the above process. Commented Jun 18, 2015 at 7:18
  • I had have put this in second option. Was looking for where I don't need to mention any address, no shipping etc, which will make it easy and quick process. Commented Jun 18, 2015 at 23:38
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I need to test the guest order because the store is configured to Amazon and I don't have frontend.

I manage to do this in the following way.

  1. Create an order with adding a new customer.
  2. Press the reorder button.
  3. In a new tab - delete that customer.
  4. Submit the order.
  5. The order is created now is a guest order.

Hope this will help you.

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