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?
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