Quantity based discounts are also one of the popular dynamic pricing strategies. This type of discount is generally applied during clearance sales, that is, when you want to move the stock faster. You can easily provide quantity based discounts on your WooCommerce online store with the best discount plugin, WooCommerce Discount Rules.
While the ultimate goal of providing quantity based discount is to move the stock, its dynamic pricing nature provides different ways to implement it. Because not all products can be sold in bulk quantities, right? In this tutorial, you will learn how to provide different types of quantity based pricing deals on your WooCommerce online store with the help of Woo Discount Rules.
WooCommerce Discount Rules deals with quantity based discounts in two ways - product level and cart level. This is the general classification. In the product level, the quantity of the individual products purchased is taken into account. Whereas in the cart level, the quantity of the total cart items is taken into account. Let’s discuss both the cases in detail with examples.
Here is the first method. As I mentioned earlier, product level discounts are dependent on product(s) or category(s). For example, “Buy 10 mugs or more and get 5% off” or “Buy 5 items from Electronics and get 10% discount”. See what such rules imply? It means that the products sold in these rules are eligible for bulk selling.
So, if you are looking to give discounts on bulk selling products, this is the way to go.
To set up discounts that depend on products or categories, you first need to install WooCommerce Discount Rules if you haven’t installed already. Let’s go with the example “Buy 10 mugs or more and get 5% off”. Here is the step-by-step guide you can follow from here:
Launch Woo Discount Rules from the WooCommerce dashboard. Create a new rule in the Price Discount Rules tab.
Add the general details of your rule. Make sure you select the method as Quantity Based.
The quantity based discounts on a product level can apply on individual products or categories of products. Let us have a look at both the cases.
How to set up quantity based discounts on individual products:
In the Apply To option, select “All Products” or “Specific Products” according to your requirement. Then select the customers - either “All Customers” or “Only Given” . Check the Purchase History box if your discount applies based on the customer’s purchase history.
How to set up quantity based discounts on product categories:
This method differs just a tiny bit from the previous setting. Choose “Specific Categories” in the Apply To option and then choose one or more categories from the dropdown.
Define the core discount properties. Add the minimum and maximum quantity (Min - 10, Max - some value, say 999), adjustment type (Percentage or Price discount) and the value of discount (5% or $50).
That’s it. Once you save and enable the rule, you can see that buying more than 10 mugs gives a 5% discount to the customers.
While this example uses the percentage discount, you can choose to give a fixed price discount like $20 off or a product discount like “Buy 10 mugs and get 1 mug free”. Or “Buy 10 mugs and get a book free”. It’s all up to you to decide, but you do not have to worry about the technical part. Woo Discount Rules has it covered.
Let’s move on to learn how to give quantity based discount on a cart level.
The quantity based discounts specific to cart level depend on the total number of cart items like “Buy any 5 items and get $20 off”. Or “Buy more than 3 items to get 10% off on your subtotal”. Woo Discount Rules applies this rule in a way that it will not apply to individual products or categories listed in the cart. So, you can apply the rule to the cart without worrying about conflicts in the product price.
In the following guide, let’s learn to create the example rule, “Buy any 5 items and get $20 off”. This is a fixed price discount. The customer gets a flat $20 off on their cart total if they purchase any 5 items from your store.
And here comes the strategy behind the rule. You can give discounts on products that can or cannot be sold in bulk, and still calculate the discount based on quantity. You can expect either bulk quantity orders or orders with low quantity of multiple items. Either case is possible.
Here is what you need to do to get the rule up and running:
Launch Woo Discount Rules from the WooCommerce dashboard. Create a rule in the Cart Discounts Rule tab.
Add cart condition as “Sum of quantities at least”.
Now you are all set to provide your customers with discounts based on the quantity they purchase. The type of discount is yours to choose based on your inventory. You can also create both the rules and define the priority of which rule is more relevant. There is virtually no limitation in WooCommerce Discount Rules.
Use our demo site to work yourself and check how it goes.
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Setting up WooCommerce cart discounts or cart deals is a part of pretty much every pricing strategy. Cart discounts are the ones where you apply discounts on the customer’s cart and not on the products. For example, discount based on order total or purchased quantity. So, do you want to create WooCommerce cart discounts as well? This guide walks you through how to create cart discounts in your WooCommerce online store using the bestselling discount plugin Woo Discount Rules.
WooCommerce cart discounts are used when you do not want to apply a discount on your product’s price directly. That is, you might want to ensure that your customers buy for a certain value (quantity or subtotal) to avail a discount, regardless of what products they buy. With WooCommerce Discount Rules, setting up cart deals becomes as easy as anything can get.
WooCommerce Discount Rules deals with such cart discounts in its "Cart Discount Rules" setting. To get started, let's take a look at the different types of cart discounts you can apply. The below image shows the variants of cart level discount conditions available in Woo Discount Rules:
So, you can basically include any of the above parameters in your discount rules, be it order total or order quantity or customer billing city, etc.
However, this article discusses the most commonly used scenarios of cart level discounts such as:
In general, the following are the steps you will have to follow to create WooCommerce cart discounts.
Step 1 - Create a new rule.
Step 2 - Enter the general rule details.
Step 3 - Add conditions based on which the rule will apply. You can add as many conditions as you want.
Step 4 - Define the discount type (Percentage or fixed price) and the value.
Step 5 - Save the rule, enable it, and you are good to go.
Now that you know the overall process, let’s go into the details of creating different types of discounts. However, the first step of creating the rule and defining the general details is the same in all the cases. Here is the common procedure:
Create a new rule in the Cart Discount Rules tab. Enter the general details such as:
After this, you can set up the discount condition and value based on your requirements. Here is how to create the three different condition variants:
Let us say the discount you want to give your customers is “All orders above $500 will get 15% discount”. Now that you have created the rule in the initial setup, in the Conditions tab,
This says that the discount applies when the cart subtotal is at least $500.
Next, you will have to define the value of the discount.
The value of discount in our case is 15%. So in the Discount tab,
Save the rule to apply it on the cart of your customers.
This is an extension to the previous example. Here, let's add two conditions to give the same discount based on order total, but only for specific user roles. So, let us take the previous example statement, “All orders above $500 will get 15% discount“. To apply this on a particular category of users, say “Subscribers”, you need to add another condition as shown below:
In the second condition,
Not only this, but you can combine any conditions with each other to provide advanced cart discounts in your store. When there are more than one condition in a rule, all the conditions must hold true for the discount to apply.
Let us say the discount you want to give your customers is “Buy any 5 items and get 5% off”. All you have to do in is, in the Conditions tab,
This says that the discount applies when the user purchases a total of 5 items from your online store.It can be 5 quantities of the same product or different products. The condition takes the sum of line item quantities.
Now define the value of the discount, which is 5% in our example. So, in the Discount tab,
Save the rule. The discount has been applied now.
Let’s change the discount rule a bit for this part. If your discount has to be “Add 5 items to your shopping bag and get 10% discount”. Here, it may look similar to the previous case but it is not. This discount considers only the total cart items irrespective of the quantity of each item.
For example, if a customer buys 5 numbers of the same bag pack, the rule doesn’t apply. She has to buy 5 different products of whatever quantity to get this discount.The condition checks for the number of line items.
To set this up, go to the Conditions tab and,
This says that the discount applies when the user adds 5 different products to their cart.
After the condition part, set the discount value.
You can choose Price discount if you want to give a price discount, say $10 off.
With these steps being done, save your rule, enable it and enjoy the boost in your sales.
So, that's a wrap on WooCommerce cart discounts. Isn't it great that you can give a cart discount based on literally anything using Woo Discount Rules? Use our demo site to try the plugin yourself and get a feel of it.
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WooCommerce Discount Rules is all about boosting your sales. Here is a simple tutorial on how to create and set up bulk discounts per category or product on your WooCommerce online store using WooDiscount Rules plugin.
You can create a new discount rule and apply it on one or more categories or products as you need. Price rules with different conditions can be set. This article deals with setting up bulk discounts in WooCommerce on a certain category of products.
Products are assorted into categories like Apparels, Electronics and so on for the ease of use. On a particular time of sale, you’d want to concentrate more on a particular category. For example, Winter collections. Rather than providing discount on every product, you focus on the Winter collections category because:
The plugin page has 3 tabs:
Select the Price Discount Rules tab and click on the Add New Rule button to get started.
Define the basic details of your discount rule in the initial page. There are 5 fields:
Once you are done with the general setup, go to the next page.
Next up, you need to define the conditions for the discount. It needs a little bit of attention to the specifics of the rule. Such as:
For example, let’s say your discount rule is “Purchase 3 items from Apparels category & get 20% off on each item”. If the Is Cumulative box is checked, when the customer purchases 3 quantities of same or different products from the selected category(s), the discount will apply. If the box is not checked, the quantity will not be considered and the customer will have to purchase 2 other items from Apparels category.
You are now just a step away from applying your discount.
You can add different discounts for different range of purchase. For example, 10% off on 2 items, 20% off on 3 items, $10 off on 10 items and so on. All you need to do is:
Save the rule and the discount is applied on your products.
The storefront view looks like the screenshot below. You can also choose to display the pricing table on the front end of your eCommerce site from the Settings tab. The pricing table shows which discount is applicable on which product.
Use our demo site to work yourself and check how it goes.
Applying bulk discounts to your WooCommerce store is as simple as it can get with the WooDiscount Rules plugin. Nevertheless the benefits are best measured in increased sales and productivity. Apart from all these, the plugin has features for advanced discounts, dynamic pricing, BOGO deals, user role based discounts, and whatever discount features you can imagine. Cool, isn’t it? Take a look!
Also check out how to set up advanced discounts in WooCommerce Discount Rules.
Trying to figure out how to create discounts in your WooCommerce online store? No more worries. You can offer so many type of discounts, if you have the right discount plugin. This post will make you familiar with all the discount types and how to create and provide discounts in your own WooCommerce online store.
So, speaking about discounts, they should be called “sales boosters” already. Because it is the first and probably the best solution every seller seeks out when they want to increase sales volume. Ask yourself, have you set a sales target for your online WooCommerce store? Or do you plan to widen your customer base? If the answer to either or both the questions is yes, you’d want to provide discounts.
The catalytic effect of discounts on sales is because the customers are on the lookout for great deals. Time and again, discounts have proved to boost up sales. Especially during festive seasons like Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving and commercial days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Now, let us learn all about WooCommerce discounts so that you can improve your sales, especially holiday sales every year.
WooCommerce itself provides an option to give basic discounts. You can set the regular price and sale price of a product. The sale price shows up in the place of regular price where the latter is seen struck out. Something like this:
This method is static and you will have to change the sale price of every other product whenever you want to change your pricing. That could become a tedious task. There is one more method to offer discounts in the native WooCommerce system. It is to create coupons and coupon codes using WooCommerce Coupons. You can define the coupon code and the details of the discounts provided by your coupon. Three types of discounts like percentage discount, fixed price discount and product discount can be given using WooCommerce Coupons.
But, what if you want to offer a better-defined discounts for more productivity? What if you want to give discounts based on various conditions? Discount rules like:
Such advanced discounts cannot be created with the native WooCommerce coupons. The customers may even forget to apply the coupon at times. So, to make things better and to apply advanced pricing deals with ease, all you need to do is install a WooCommerce extension.
WooCommerce extensions are basically tools that extend the basic functionality of WooCommerce to give better performance for your online store. WooCommerce Discount Rules is one of the best-selling discount plugins on the WordPress community.
Let’s go ahead and learn how Woo Discount Rules can help you create different types of discounts in WooCommerce.
Any discount rule you define can be applied either on a cart level or a product level. That is you can apply a rule on the entire purchase, say 15% discount on the grand total, or apply it on each product in the cart, say 15% discount on each product. Some of the kinds of discounts you can define are:
User role based discounts - Provide discounts for certain categories of users like premium customers or subscribers or registered users.
Dynamic pricing - Dynamic pricing denotes different levels of pricing for different quantities purchased. For example, 10% off on 2 caps and 30% off on 3 caps. These discounts are mainly used for increasing sales and moving the stock.
Quantity based discounts - Offers that apply on the purchase of a certain quantity, for instance, 20% off on 3 shirts, 30% off on 5 shirts, buy any 5 items and get 10% off.
Category based discounts - Rules for discounts on a particular category of products. For example, flat $20 discount on all electronic products.
Bulk discounts - Offers that apply on all products and for all customers can be defined as bulk discounts. For example, you could offer a 30% storewide discount.
Shipping based discounts - If you want to provide offers to customers from a certain city or country, you can define shipping based discounts. For example, 20% off on purchases from California.
BOGO discounts (Buy-One-Get-One) - Define the standard buy one get one discounts for any products or categories of products in your store. Actually, the number can be anything. For example, buy 1 get 1 or buy 3 get 2, etc.
Dependent product based discounts - Discount that applies on product B if and only if product A is purchased. For example, buy a backpack and get 50% off on a t-shirt.
Customer specific discounts - Discounts only for specific customers. You can filter them by email. This kind of discount is more personalized and is useful for small stores.
So, you are now familiar with the type of discounts. Now, let’s learn how to create the different types of rules using WooCommerce Discount Rules.
Creating and providing discounts can’t get simpler than this. You just need to install the WooCommerce Discount Rules plugin in your online store and do the following:
You can create the rule either as a price discount rule (for applying a discount on the price of the product), or as a cart discount rule (for applying a discount on the customer’s cart). Once you click on “Add New Rule”, you have to enter the basic details of your discount rule.
The below image is the representation of a Price discount rule with the fields:
After defining the general details of the discount rule, you have to add the conditions based on which the discount will apply. Price discounts can apply on specific products or specific categories or all products. Even user role based discounts or purchase history based discounts can be given.
Whereas for a cart discount rule, you can add as many conditions as you want - say based on cart total or cart quantity, or customer billing address, etc. There are so many options you can choose from.
The below images show the conditions available in the price discount rules and the cart discount rules.
Price Rule Conditions
Cart Rule Conditions
Discount value is what you offer as a discount. That is, if you are giving a 15% off, then the discount type is “Percentage discount” and the value is “15”. If you are giving a free product, then the discount type is “Product discount” and you can choose whichever product you want to give as a freebie.
You can add different ranges of discounts for applying dynamic pricing. That is, different discounts based on purchased quantity.
Price Discount Values
Cart Discount Values
That’s it. Enter your choices, save the rule, enable it and your store would have a functional discount rule. You can define as many rules for your store as you want. Enable what you want, disable what you don’t. You can also configure Woo Discount Rules to set up which discount applies first in the plugin’s settings.
Discount sounds like a great approach to reach your sales target, doesn’t it? Sure but not without the right tool. Define the discount rules of your online store with WooDiscount Rules.
Check out how to give different kinds of discounts like BOGO deals, bulk discounts, cart discounts, dynamic pricing and other advanced WooCommerce discounts to customize your store’s pricing deals.
Try the plugin on your WooCommerce site (use our demo site for trial) and let us know how well it has worked out for your business in the comments!