June 17, 2011 at 11:42 pm #3618
Is it possible to apply a discount or reduced pricing for quantity purchase for a specific product versus all products? Example: 1 for $20, 2 for $15, but only for this specific product.
Thanks!June 18, 2011 at 5:12 am #33528amin007Participant
You can use the following conditional coupon to add item specific quantity restriction
Individual Item Quantity -> Is greater than -> 2
But I think you are referring to a condition that may need a combination of two conditions together applied to one coupon. WP eStore doesn’t offer multiple conditions for one coupon (this is something I have investigating and want to introduce but it will take some time)July 14, 2011 at 6:17 pm #33529
Thanks. Any luck with being able to apply more than 1 condition?September 25, 2011 at 5:52 pm #33530
Bump? Thanks!September 26, 2011 at 8:12 am #33531
I had a look at this and it turned out to be a little more complex than I initially thought so didn’t progress anymore. I also restructured the coupon application implementation to provider a better option with the auto discount together with coupon code application (before you could apply only one, now you can apply one auto discount coupon and one ordinary coupon code at the same checkout).August 17, 2018 at 7:19 pm #33532
I am trying to set up a coupon code that a visitor could use one time only for 20% off. I made the mistake of putting the number 1 in the Redemption Limit box, which turns out to mean that the coupon can only be used once, ever. Ideally I would like the coupon to be for one time only, and for one item only, but that might mean more than one condition. This post would seem to indicate that’s not possible. If that is true, then I would be ok with a one time only 20% off everything in the shopping cart for that particular visitor. Is that possible? If it is, how exactly do I do it?August 18, 2018 at 7:29 am #33533
Generally, our WP eStore’s functionally is for anonymous checkout. So a user doesn’t need to create and maintain any account. So the checkout can be fast.
Since we don’t do any user/account management in estore, you can’t do to much user specific things. So for example, if you want to allow a user to be able to use a coupon once, you need to recognize that user and then track how many times a coupon has been used by that user and then apply condition accordingly.
Our following addon has some options that maybe helpful for you. Have a look at it to see if it works for you:August 20, 2018 at 5:11 pm #33534
Thank you for the information. I’d appreciate you answers to a couple more questions…
Is there a way in my existing wp-estore shopping cart to create a condition for a coupon being good for only one item — without specifying which item it is? So for example…
Scenario one: Someone could go to my store, purchase one item of their choice and the coupon code would automatically take a certain percentage off their order.
Scenario two: Someone purchases multiple items and the coupon code takes a certain percentage off just one of them.
Are one or both of the above scenarios possible with the coupon code conditions available? If so, which condition would I need to apply to the coupon?
Thanks so much.August 21, 2018 at 4:52 am #33535
The first scenario should be doable easily. You can create a conditional coupon with the following condition:
Item ID > Is equal to > [enter the estore product ID it applies to]August 21, 2018 at 7:08 pm #33536
Thanks. Sorry to ask one more question, I just want to be clear. I think the first scenario isn’t possible based on your answer. I asked if they could purchase one item OF THEIR CHOICE, from multiple products in my shop and have the coupon code apply — if am required to specify an Item ID as a condition, then the choice of which product the coupon applies to is made by me, not by them. Is this correct? Thanks again.August 22, 2018 at 4:49 am #33537
Yes. Let me give you an example to explain what I mean. Lets say you have created a coupon that is only applicable for Item ID 2. This coupon applies 50% discount to item ID 2 only. The coupon code is something like COUPON50ITEM2. Now, the customer has added 3 items to the cart (item IDs 1, 2 and 3). When this customer enters the coupon, he will only receive 50% discount for item 2. Item ID 1 and 3 won’t get any discount.
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