Discount percentage with quantity accumulatorJune 29, 2020 at 2:52pm
Hi all, is there a way to set a coupon with 10% discount usable by any user until it reaches the 100 quantity of purchased product over all its orders?
June 29, 2020 at 4:24pm
Hey I'm afraid it's impossible with the built-in features. I guess the closest to what you want to achieve is using total orders value in the Budget constraints validation rules. Having said that, you can add a custom field (metadata) like total_products to this coupon and increment it programatically with the number of purchased products after each successful redemption. Then, you would need to use Redemption metadata satisfy validation rule to describe the validation condition, something like total_products < 100
another question: is it possible to create a generic coupon with a shareable code (eg: CHRISTMAS2020) valid until 1 month of the first redemption of an user? For example, if user-1 redeem the coupon on 10/10/2020 it is valid for that user-1 until 11/10/2020 and if the user-2 redeem the same coupon on 11/15/2020 it remains valid until 12/15/2020. It seems not possible with the standard Timeframe setup
just to make sure we're on the same page, a coupon sent to / assigned to user-1 on 10/10/2020 can be used by him/her until 11/10/2020 and every person can use the code only once, right? I'm asking because the "redemption" in Voucherify nomenclature is the actual usage of a code.
no, the goal is to let every person to use the same coupon (a coupon with the same code) every time he/she want in a time slot of 1 month from his/her first usage of the code. i guess that this scenario is reachable assigning to every person a different coupon with 1 month of validity. my question is if the same could be done using a single code/coupon
June 30, 2020 at 11:01am
I see, then this is not possible. Again, as a workaround I'd suggest using the combination of redemption per customer and redemption per customer per day limits e.g. a customer can redeem the code 30 times, once per day. But this doesn't give you a flexible time window, only a fixed start and end dates