Posted: September 3, 2015 at 11:25 am
With the basic coupon/promotional code feature that comes with Event Espresso, we are able to create global or non-global codes for events. Here is the problem.
If we want to give a code for $10 off an entire order, let’s say, it works fine if 1 person purchases a tour. But if one person purchases a tour for 10 attendees in one order, for instance, the coupon code gives EVERY SINGLE attendee in the order $10 off, not $10 off the entire order. It doesn’t logically seem like it should natively work like this, but it does.
On our website, people frequently order tours for 2 or more attendees in one order, so this is a problem. The question is this….with the new add-on just released, is this going to be any different in regards to doing X amount off an entire order? If one order is for ten people, we only want $10 off the entire order, not $10 per attendee in the single order.
Can someone please let me know if the new add-on will remedy our issue, or if ti will be useless because it functions the same way?
When you input one promo code that’s applicable to one event with the new add-on for Event Espresso 4, it will discount the one amount from the entire order.
Just to clarify…the promotional coupon feature bundled with Event Espresso 4 does NOT function this way. If there are multiple attendees in one order, EACH attendee receives the discount, so technically it is $10 off multiplied by each attendee.
You are saying that the newly released add-on does NOT function that way? So if there are 10 attendees in one order, the total off the order with the coupon will ONLY be $10, not $100?
We just need to make sure it functions differently, or else it negates purchasing this add-on.
Thank you for your time and response?
It functions differently.
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