December 6, 2010 at 3:54 pm #2326
Hi, my customer purchased once with coupon discount applied. After 10mins, he went back to my site to do a new purchase and wanted to apply the coupon, the warning ‘Maximum Coupon Redemption Limit Reached’ came out.
I want the same customer to be able to apply the coupon whenever he does a new purchase. Is this possible?
Thank you.December 6, 2010 at 4:35 pm #27129wzpModerator
Are we talking only about one particular customer? If so, you could make him a special coupon just for his use only, that has no limits.December 7, 2010 at 12:58 am #27130
Hi there, this is not only for one particular customer. I would want it to be applied for all customers. Is this possible?December 7, 2010 at 1:01 am #27131
Please set your coupon redemption limit to something like 999December 7, 2010 at 2:22 am #27132
Hello, thank you for your prompt reply. Does this mean that the coupon is available only for 999 purchases and the 100th purchase will not be able to use this coupon?December 7, 2010 at 3:34 am #27133
Yes if you set it to 999 then the 1000th purchase won’t be able to use it. But who said you can’t set it to 10000 if you want to make a coupon last for that many sales. After you have made that many sales if you want to keep that coupon live then you can edit the coupon and increase the number again.December 7, 2010 at 4:17 am #27134
That’s cool! Thank you so much. You have very good support here! I’m impressed.
Can I also ask, is there a way for me to include a sales price right after the standard price as follow? With a red color strike across the standard price?
And how do I include (more info) like you have on your product page? I’m using the shortcode, [wp_eStore_category_products_fancy id=1 style=1]
thank you.December 7, 2010 at 11:10 pm #27135
You can use HTML in the description section of the product. So add the following in the description section to add the “More Info” link:
<a href="www.example.com/full-details-of-my-product">More Info</a>
“is there a way for me to include a sales price right after the standard price” – Nope. You can use a basic button then design your own product display however you want it.
Just for better understanding so that I can add something in the future… you basically want to show an inflated price to have a price “before” and price “now” type effect?December 8, 2010 at 1:27 am #27136
Thanks for the advice!
Yes. I do want to show the before and after discount price. I’m selling a product on my website. For this christmas season, I would like to give a discount to the customers. Instead of getting them to enter coupon all the time, I’m thinking perhaps it might be good to show them the before and sale price upfront so coupon is not needed. And the customer won’t have to do their own calculations and forget to enter coupon codes every time they buy. After christmas, the price will revert back to the standard.
Perhaps something like the store here:
I have tested out the paying work flow and it’s working great! At the Manage Customer menu, for every record of purchase, is it possible to include product details the customers bought?
Product Title ID Rate Qty Amount
Blue Pen 001 0.50/pen 5 2.50
Blue Pen 001 0.60/pen 5 3.00
Total Amount: 5.50
Thank you.September 28, 2011 at 2:42 am #27137stefansuarezMember
Hi! I had a similar problem and found this post.
I think the problem is that when we don’t put a coupon limit, it shows an INFINITY sign by default… but in actuality it’s not infinity.. I redeemed it once and then it showed the Max Limit Reached error.
So the “bug” if there is any is that the infinity symbol shows but it’s not really infinite.
Can you make it truly infinite by default? Because when I put 99999999 it worked.
-StefanSeptember 28, 2011 at 11:13 pm #27138adminKeymaster
We modified the plugin to set the value to “9999” automatically if you leave it empty.September 29, 2011 at 10:18 am #27139Andrew KeithMember
I had the same problem and found this post. Glad to know it’s been fixed in the latest version.
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