By default, WooCommerce doesn’t offer features to create advanced coupons which will apply automatically to your product discounts. Want to create advanced coupons in your WooCommerce store? Well, you got to look for a WooCommerce dynamic plugin.
WooComerce discount rules is one of the best selling WooCommerce coupon plugin in the WordPress community. This WooCommerce discount plugin allows you to create dynamic priced discounts, advanced coupons, and even allows you to create your dynamic pricing deals as well.
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How to use one coupon code for multiple discounts in WooCommerce?
Action 1: Creating a New Coupon Code
You can create coupons in two methods:
- Create your own coupon
- Create a coupon via WooCommerce (need this to create a dummy coupon code)
Create your own coupon:
Choose “Create your own coupon” option in the condition tab of the discount rule as illustrated below,
Enter your own coupon code as illustrated below,
The respective discount will be activated when the coupon code is applied in the cart.
Similarly, you can create your coupon in the condition tab of cart-based discount rule
Create a coupon via WooCommerce:
When you create a coupon in this method, it is important to create the coupon code with 0 discount. If not, the customer will get more offers as the plugin will add the discount dynamically.
WooCommerce->Coupons->Add Coupon as illustrated below,
Have a look at the below screenshot, the coupon “SUMMER” has been created with its coupon amount as 0.
Select the Discount Type as “Percentage Discount”.
Note: Follow any one of the above methods for coupon creation.
The preferred method is the first one (method 1).
Action 2: Multiple Discount 1- Creating a Price discount rule
Start with WooCommerce Discount Rules Plugin from WooCommerce -> WooCommerce Discount Rules -> Price Discount Rules
Let us understand its workflow with the below example,
5% Discount on products in Sporting Goods
10% Discount on products in SmartWatches
Step 1 - Create Rule for Category A
Enter the general details of the rule and make sure to select the method as “Quantity based by product/category and BOGO Deals" as shown in the above screenshot.
In the condition tab, few things are to be noted. The rule can be set for all products or any specific products/categories/attributes.
In this example, we are using specific categories to set the rule as illustrated below,
Check in the two checkboxes to count cumulatively.
Create your coupon in the condition tab as shown in the above screenshot. For this scenario, the coupon code created is “SEASON
In the discount tab, set the minimum and maximum quantity and select the Adjustment type - Percentage Discount. Enter the percentage value.
Step 2 - Create the rule for Category B
In the general tab, enter the details for the rule and remember to select the method as “Quantity based by product/category and BOGO Deals”.
The condition tab for category B is as illustrated below,
Make sure to create the same coupon “SEASON” as created for category A for the discount to be applied.
The discount tab is as illustrated below,
Enter the minimum and maximum quantity.
Select the Adjustment type - Percentage Discount.
Enter the percentage value.
Let us look into the cart page of the above scenario for better understanding.
The above screenshot clearly shows how the discount has been applied with coupon code.
When the coupon code is applied for all the products with a 10% discount.
When the customer enters the coupon code “SEASON” the discount would be applied.
Let us make it clear with the respective cart page,
Action 3: Multiple Discount 2- Creating a Cart discount rule
Now let us see how to create a cart discount rule activated with coupon.
For Example: Buy minimum 3 and get 20% discount on all products
Go to WooCommerce -> Woo Discount Rules -> Cart based rule tab
The condition for the scenario is the minimum quantity in the cart should be 3 for the discount to be applied.
Create your coupon code in the condition tab as illustrated above.
The rule can be set for any specific categories/products/ attributes in the condition tab.
Enter the percentage value in the discount tab.
Let us look into the cart page for the above scenario,
A discount of 20% has been activated with the coupon code “DISCOUNT”
You can even set the cart discount rule based on the subtotal. Let us see how the condition tab looks for the below scenario,
Subtotal$100 and get 20% discount
So, that’s all about creating an advanced coupon discount for multiple products. Pretty simple, right?
Well, WooCommerce discount rules is the best coupon plugin which allows you to create many unique coupon discounts and dynamic pricing deals in quick and simple steps.
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Do let us know in the comments on suggestions. Hope you find this post useful in your WooCommerce business.