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April 28, 2015 at 4:55 pm in reply to: Renewing Membership for discounted rate #69394
Thank you for the assistance.
In the info below, it seems vague on where to create the buttons in WP eStore. Do I create a new product that duplicates a course we’re selling at a reduced price when they renew the membership? The instructions seem a bit vague. Below is the instructions for this part that I’m referring to.
ii) Option B – Using an eStore Button for Membership Renewal/Upgrade
Simply create an eStore payment button the same way you created it for your membership joining page.
When a member wishes to upgrade his/her account, all this member has to do is click on this button and make the payment. After the payment, the plugin will use the payment email address to identify the correct member account and upgrade or renew the account automatically.
WP eStore’s payment buttons are a little more advanced than a plain PayPal button in the sense that it can carry more data. So when using an eStore button it is also possible to upgrade the member account that is logged into the site at the time of making the payment (In this case it doesn’t matter which email address the payment is coming from).
Adding More Flavor to Your Upgrade/Renewal Buttons
If you want to add a little bit of flavour to your membership upgrade path then create special payment buttons that are just like the payment button for the normal premium membership but with a discounted price. Then place it on a page that only premium members have access to. Now, your members can make payment using these buttons to upgrade their account at a discounted price. Since this page that contains these buttons can only be viewed by a premium member, an anonymous visitor won’t be able to signup at this special discounted price.December 1, 2011 at 8:21 pm in reply to: Mailchimp integration & Code 90 #38980
Somehow I got it working! Not sure how. Thanks for all the help!November 29, 2011 at 5:46 pm in reply to: Mailchimp integration & Code 90 #38977
I think I’m halfway there.
I have a paid product and free download version of the same product. I set the “MailChimp List Name” in the general autoresponders settings area to a specific list (it goes to the paid product purchasers, titled “book purchasers”). In my settings for the free download version, I added a new list in “autoresponder setttings” which has the same name as my Mailchimp list (“Free ebook offer”). However, when someone signs up for the free download version, they get put into the Mailchimp list called “book purchasers” list.
Ideally I’d like to have the people who pay for the product go into my Mailchimp list for “book purchasers” and those that get the free download version (I send this out to a friends and family) I’d like to go into the Mailchimp list for “Free ebook offer”.
I’m not really sure what else to do. I’m getting the same error code, but not sure how to fix it. I have specified which lists I want.
FAILURE : Code=-90
FAILURE : Msg=You must specify a id value for the listSubscribe
According to Mailchimp the problems with -90 are below, which I have no idea what they mean:
I’ve also disabled a Mailchimp plugin that seems to cause conflicts, according to these forums.
Any further ideas?November 18, 2011 at 4:41 pm in reply to: Coupon code area not showing up in the cart on my page #38650
Wow…I feel silly. After looking all around, I must have missed the checkbox that allows coupons. Once checked, it works. However, now I have the dreaded, “Either your shopping cart is empty or the PHP Session on your server is not working correctly. ” I’m trying to dig around and find a solution. This is really inconvenient. I was using e-junkie which is super easy but I didn’t want to pay the monthly fee. If I can’t fix this issue, I might just go back to them. I don’t have time to research PHP and a possible solution.