This extension for WooCommerce uses Groups and WordPress roles to limit the validity of coupons.
Use shortcodes to display your coupons.
See WooCommerce Group Coupons Documentation.
Get the WooCommerce extension on WooThemes.
I couldn’t find this on the WooThemes site. Is it no longer available?
sorry, you can find the plugin in Codecanyon.
It will be available on WooThemes in a few days.
@antonio The one that is on codecanyon is WooCommerce Coupons Countdown.
This is just what I am looking for, especially with the automatic application. What I want to know is does the discount show on the product prices when a member of said group is logged in, or does i only show up in the cart? The former could help drive sales..
It provides shortcodes to display the coupons, see the documentation for details on how these are used. There is also WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes which you can use to display information conditionally based on coupons, for example, to display coupon information in the cart based on which coupons are valid. This plugin doesn’t add the information on the product price display directly, but WooCommerce Volume Discount Coupons provides options for that.
Cool, but WooCommerce Volume Discount Coupons provides another set of features, does it hook into this one so these coupons gets displayed in the product price display?
If not, how hard would it be to implement the same feature in this plugin?
I would probably use the description option on those coupons to display along with the price to have it more customizable. The automated display would also work. Adding that feature to the WooCommerce Group Coupons plugin is another option, although then we would have two places where users of both plugins can enable it. Worth considering at least.
Is there a way to assign coupons, so instead of the customer gets a discount, he is donating 10% to a charity organization (dogs wellfare)?
I have been strugling on this issue for a while now!
Sounds like a case for Affiliates Products
I used the shortcode [group coupons …] successful with coupons having “product % discount”.
I can see the code and the text “x% discount on blablabla”.
Then I changed to “recurring % discount” but no text shows up anymore.
Can this be fixed or do I understand something wrong?
We’ll need to add support to the subscription type coupons for that to work. It’s already been noted and I hope we can have an update for that out soon.
Thanks for asking, it’s certainly a worthy addition to support these.
This has been added to version 1.3.0, you should see the update notified shortly.
Thanks for reply.
I’m glad to hear that this is a feature you plan to integrate into next release.
Actually, this is the last step that I need to lunch my page. So, I’m ‘urgently’ waiting for this release
Any idea when it will be ready? can I test a pre-version?
really would like to buy that plugin (already bought WooCommerce Coupons Countdown) but not on woothemes. Please can you make it available at codecanyon, too.
sorry it’s only available on woothemes.
I know that’s it’s only available there at the moment and that’s sad for me. Are there any plans to offer it on codecanyon in the future, too? I really would appreciate that so I hope you consider this.
Sorry but no, it’s exclusive on WooThemes and I can only recommend purchasing there, it’s a great marketplace with great people providing products and support.
Hi there, I’m about to purchase this extension, but have a pre-sale question. When using the plugin, is it possible to create a single-use coupon and send it out to every group member … essentially allowing all members a one-off coupon discount?
Thanks in advance
you can restrict coupons to groups, but not only one use by user (this feature will be added to Woocommerce 2.1, please have a look to this conversation)
To limit the number of uses to 1 per user, you would also need the WooCommerce Coupons Countdown plugin which has a “Usage limits per user” option.
Thanks for asking
Hi guys, thanks for your responses – very helpful, and much appreciated
I just installed the group plug in. I have two types of groups weekly- and by-weekly is there a way to have customers select what group they want to be added to? or do I have to do it manually?
Do you reomend any of your other plug-ins? Im not charging for the membership but need to set different pricing for each group I’m using the cupon feature on woocommerce and selecting by group but I need new customers to select what memebership (group) they want to be added. Thank you!
The [groups_join] shortcode would be an option. See documentation for details please.
Does this plugin have the ability to automatically place the user in a group if they use the coupon?
That’s an interesting thought! Currently not, but I’ve taken note to consider adding this. Thanks for the suggestion!
it would be nice to be able to limit coupon by group name as well like your other plug-in. ANy chance this will be intergrated in the future?
That’s a good idea, the suggestion sounds familiar, I already have a note on that here as a suggested feature and I think it can be added.
i use groups coupons to give a 20% discount to members of a group on my site. Ive just spotted that multiple orders of a product give an increasingly large discount which rather than being fctored by the number of item ordered is factored by the number ordered squared (so 1 item gives the correct discount, 2 gives the discount 4 times and 4 items ordered gives the discount 16 times)
everything else seems to work.
can you help please.
please give us an url, a test user and a test coupon code to have a look.
You can send us these data to support at itthinx dot com.
Does this plugin have the ability to restrict a coupon by country?
Hi Sally, not really, unless you had each user in a group representing the country.
I purchased this plugin on Woocommerce. Do I need to submit a queery on there or on this site? I’m getting the discount notice on a wholesale group category (different plugin) and I was wondering if it’s something I’m missing or if it’s to do with incompatible plugins.
You’re welcome to ask questions about the plugin here and if we can help we’ll be happy to. What notice exactly are you getting please?
I have a wholesale pricing plugin for my website. I set up a retail group and a wholesale group. When I log onto my site as a wholesaler, the message for discounts to retail customers is showing, even though the discount structure isn’t applicable. I would prefer that the message doesn’t show up for wholesale clients.
Thanks for your quick response Kento.
Ok thanks for explaining that. Is it possible that you are testing this with a user account that belongs to both the retail and the wholesale group? Otherwise I don’t see where you would get a coupon message that is directed at a particular group only.
Can the plugin prevent coupons from working for certain groups? We have the subscriptions plugin and all customers and buyers become “registered.” We then sell a $100 membership and these customers automatically become VIP group members and get bottom level pricing whe logged-in. I want to offer coupons to only registered groups, but not VIPs. Unfortunately, the VIPs are both registered and VIP group members. Can the plugin work to prevent coupon redemption by those in the VIP group(who are also registered members) while working for “registered” only group members?
If you have 2000 people in VIP, it is not practical to manage their group membership by hand. If your coupon plugin does not manage this, then can you recommend anything? Maybe my VIP members should become a user role rather than group members?
That would actually be a great addition to the plugin, I mean the ability to exclude certain groups from a coupon. That would cover your case exactly and I figure that you’re not the only one who would welcome that.
I’m adding this to be scheduled for implementation on top of the list for the plugin.
If you have a developer at hand or the knowledge, meanwhile you could use the Groups API and implement a hook on the coupon validity to restrict it. Is that a possibility for you while this is being added?
Kento, I found a workaround for the time being: create a special login only category for VIPs and just put our VIP products in this category (duplicating everything), then exclude coupons from this category. For me, this will probably work, but total group exclusion from particular coupons would be better since my workaround is rather limited in that everything has to be doubled.
Thanks for sharing the approach taken, yes that looks like a solution but of course having the option to exclude groups would be more direct.
Hi I am wanting to find a woocommerce extension that will let me select only guests and customers user roles to be allowed to use certain coupons and also have coupons that will only work for my wholesale user roles as well. I am not using the anything to do with memberships or groups, and I don’t have any other groups or membership plugins installed on my site, but I basically only need the basic coupon feature that is in woocommerce already but I just need to make it so I can have user role permissions with the coupons I am making. Does your plugin do that or do I have to use some sort of memberships or groups to make this work? P.S. You have a LOT of very cool plugins! Nice Work!
Thank you very much for your kind comment
With the Group Coupons extension for WooCommerce, you can limit coupons to certain roles, i.e. if you don’t need groups, you can also use the extension and just work with roles. You can find details on the features related to roles on the documentation page here Group Coupons.
Awesome! Thank you so much I will be getting it this week from you
Okay so I was just about to pull the trigger and buy the Group Coupons BUT I just saw that it says this:This plugin requires WooCommerce Groups extension + the Groups plugin. here?: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/group-coupons/ is that true if I don’t need any of the memberships or groups features? I only need the user roles feature for my application.
Thanks for pointing out the inconsistency on the documentation page. This has been corrected – you do not need any additional plugins to restrict coupons by role as that is supported by the Group Coupons extension without any further requirements.
Ok fantastic! I will go buy it right now
I’ve purchased the plugin and I’m trying to use it to “restrict” certain groups and / or roles from using a coupon code. Essentially, I want the plugin to do the exact opposite of it’s intended use. The plugin limits the coupon to certain groups / customers and I want to restrict it from certain groups customers. Is there some script that could modify the plugin to accomplish that?
Hi Carter, the easiest would be to create a group that restricts to the subset of users that should have access. The plugin isn’t intended to do the opposite, it’s intended to limit to users that belong to a certain group. So to achieve the opposite effect, it’s sufficient to include those users who should have access in the appropriate group.
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