WooCommerce Coupons Countdown is an extension for WooCommerce, providing pretty coupons with real-time countdown counters. Show your customers the coupons they can use and when they expire.
Coupons can be rendered using built-in attractive styles or using custom styles provided by your own stylesheet.
Coupons that expire automatically show a countdown. This works with coupons that have a fixed expiration date as well as with coupons that have their expiration set for a period after user registration. Normal coupons will only show the coupon code.
Coupons are rendered only if they are valid for the visitor, this includes coupons for guests and coupons for registered users.
Coupon expiration after user registration
Coupon usage limits per user
Coupon expiration after last order
Coupon expiration and validity based on products ordered
See the documentation pages.
Get the extension here.
Hi, I bought Countdown WooCommerce Coupons by Codecanyon.
Coupons can not be seen when the user is not logged in, this to me is a problem. In next update is possible for a non-registered user can see the coupons?
The coupons should show up even when the user is not logged in, unless there is a restriction for the coupons to registered users only. Can you provide a link to the site so I can try it out please?
yes, the coupons appear when the user is connected.
But if in active coupon countdown, only serves to users online
I would like to make a coupon with countdown for online users.
link to site with 2 coupons, and without being online only seen the
one without countdown
I’m sorry, I have written
wanted to write
I would like to make a coupon with countdown for OFFLINE users.
What I understand from what you describe is that you want a coupon with countdown which is not based on the user registration. That’s very easy to achieve, for example:
Go to Coupons > Add Coupon and call it example, under Expiry date choose a date.
Then use the following shortcode on your page: [coupon_countdown code="example"]
The coupon will display the countdown for all visitors, independent of whether they are logged in or not.
Thanks, works perfect.
i want create a lot of code coupons on same times, “WooCommerce Coupons Countdown” can do that? and how to do that?
please help me,
Hi Jang, the plugin provides countdowns and other features but not bulk coupon creation.
We purchased plugin and works well. I’d like to set a usage limit of 1 for non logged in users (guests) to the site. My goal is to get the coupon to expire after one use for both guests and users.
Many thanks Jason, it’s great to hear that. Regarding a limit for guests, I’ve been considering this already and will provide that option in an update – give it a few days please until the update is tested and released.
Please rate the plugin on CodeCanyon
I purchased the plugin and the option “usage limite per user doesn’t work”. A couple of users have already used the coupon more than once. Please notify me when you fix this and a new update is available. Thanks in advance.
Can you please detail what coupons and settings you are using and also a link to the site so we can have a look please?
Well, in the general settings I entered 5.00 as Cart Discount, checked “Individual Use”, entered 200 as “Usage Limit”, and set an Expiry date.
Then I installed your plugin and only entered 1 as “usage limit per user”. But then a user used the coupon twice (separated orders); so I tested myself and in fact I can use the coupon more than once.
Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance.
Your configuration looks correct. If you want you can send us dashboard admin access to support at itthinx dot com and we’ll have a look.
Thanks for considering the update for guests. Any idea on when that might be added? Will definitely rate on Code Canyon as we are finding great uses for this plugin.
Hi Jason, the update has just been released, please give it a try. There are other new options that you might find interesting as well, including the possibility to limit based on last order purchased and products purchased.
I’d appreciate it very much if you rate it
Very nice plugin. I am having a challenge creating the following conditions.
I have dynamic bulk pricing enabled on my catalogue. eg: 2 to 5 items = $5 discount kicks in, etc…
Can I create a coupon that offers 5% off if they purchase 1 of each item. If more than 1 then coupon should not be valid.
Please let me know how. Thanks
This is actually a good idea, I suppose what you want to be able to do is say for example, this coupon is valid if you have purchased at least 10 units of that product in the last three months, this other coupon is valid if you have purchased between 2 and 9, and this third coupon is valid only if you have purchased one unit.
The only thing that’s missing for the plugin to be able to offer this, is a couple of options with a minimum and maximum amount of units purchased on the ‘Expiration & validity based on products purchased’ panel. I’ll add these and release an updated version, you should see it within a couple of days.
Thanks for the suggestion, I think this is going to be quite useful!
I’d appreciate it if you could rate the plugin on CodeCanyon
I want people to register on the site and then have a once-only use of a 50% discount coupon. This works fine. However, I need to restrict the maximum amount a person can buy when using the coupon and cannot see how to do this. Is it possible?
Hi Frank, by maximum amount, do you mean the quantity of products or the $ order amount? If you need to limit the quantity, you might be able to use WooCommerce Volume Discount Coupons. If it’s the order amount by product, the limiting quantity could be derived and you could use that extension as well.
Thanks for the quick reply. I want to restrict total product quantity when using the coupon but the features of “coupon countdown” are important (ie setting the usage limits per user). Am I right in thinking this “volume discount coupon” and “coupon countdown” can work together to produce one coupon with features of both extensions?
yes, you can use both plugins together.
I’d like to create an optin page that captures the subscribers email address and gives them a countdown coupon that starts counting down after their registration is submitted.
Is this possible?
The part where you grant them a coupon that starts counting down after their registration is part of what the plugin is intended to do, so that one yes.
For the opt-in page it depends on what exactly you want to achieve, but the plugin isn’t going to help you with that. If you just let users register on the page, then the coupon countdown will start right after they have registered. For example, you can create a coupon that is valid up to 10 days after registration.
I hope that helps a bit Feel free to ask if you need more info.
I was trying to figure out how to link site registration to my autoresponder email capture form.
I want to register the visitor to my woo commerce site and capture their email with the same form.
Could I use followupemails extension select user-signup-email type in combination with the coupon countdown? to capture a visitors email, register them to the site and give them a countdown coupon upon a completed registration?
You mean the extension from WooThemes? I suppose that should work fine, the Coupons Countdown plugin doesn’t interfere in the registration process anyway, it just bases its calculation on when the user registered.
Ah ok, well as long as the user is actually registered, the registration-based coupon countdown will be based on the date of registration.
Is there a plugin that will create a woo commerce registration form that I can use as a squeeze page? Could this be created with contact form 7 ?
Will any wordpress registration form also register user to woo commerce?
Have you checked on WooThemes’ extensions?
I have 2 time-based coupons listed on my product page. They are showing up on the page even if they time has expired.
Is there a trick to hiding the coupons if they are expired?
I don’t want new users to see them as it will encourage them to wait for another coupon which will never happen. I only am offering coupons for my existing users that are upgrading from major release 3 to major release 4 so no need to show them EVER if they are expired.
The WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes plugin should come in handy If you enclose the countdown’ed coupons with the conditional shortcodes I think that should work.
I tried that plugin, when the coupon is not valid it makes the remainder of the product page render with blockquotes (pre tag open?). I’ve posted this issue on the WP support forum for the plugin.
Thanks Lance, I’ve posted a follow-up there – essentially: I think switching to plain text editor might help because the visual editor sometimes puts tags in there that mess up things.
Ouch – my previous question about expired coupons has even more urgency. My users are able to use expired coupons. Since once of the coupons I offer is 100% off Version 4 if you have purchased Version 3 within 30 days, this is a huge issue.
1) Users can see the 100% off coupon even after it has expired.
2) Users can ENTER the 100% off coupon and it is applied to their cart even after it has expired. I’m not talking a few minutes expired either, more like 200+ days expired.
Contact me via private message here and I can give you access credentials to check this out. I can also setup a mirror system on my dev box and do some debugging if that would help.
Ok that shouldn’t happen, maybe a conflict. Please send access to support at itthinx dot com and we’ll have a look what you have there. A mirrored test site would be preferred if possible.
Is it possible to configure the coupon so that it only allows a Product % Discount for one product when their are multiple products in a cart?
you need Woocommerce Volume Discount Coupons plugin.
What is the proper forum to use for support for the Coupons Countdown plugin? I’m having trouble with PayPal Express returning an error when a coupon is used at checkout.
Hi Larry, this is the right place. What kind of error do you see please?
Since this is a WP plugin, I expected the download to include a .zip that could be uploaded and installed directly. What I got instead was a file folder full of files and folders that probably live in a plugin .zip (don’t know, since I’m not a coder). Do I need to do my own packaging into a .zip file?
Hi Dave, what you download is the plugin as a zip file which you upload directly – you probably have extracted its contents and thus see the files the plugin contains. Simply download the file again, make sure you don’t unzip it and then go to Plugin > Add New > Upload and choose the zip file.
Mystery solved – and this may be helpful for others (or perhaps I’m the only one who got caught by this): Safari preferences has a check box to automatically open what they deem “safe” files that are downloaded. This includes zip archives. So if that box is checked, when a zip archive is downloaded, what you see in the downloads folder is the extracted version of the zip, and not the zip itself. And yes, I just recently moved over to using Safari from Chrome and Firefox, so that’s why I didn’t spot this earlier.
The plugin is installed and working. Thanks for getting back to me.
Thanks for the update, that explains it then Please don’t forget to rate the plugin on CodeCanyon! Feel free to post any questions here if you need help.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.
Please follow the Support guidelines.
Premium Support is available for customers in the Forums.
Copyright itthinx – All rights reserved – Unauthorized use of the contents and designs on this site is prohibited.