Product Coupons and Other Fixes

  • Jacob@DPD
  • October 4, 2010
  • 4 Comments

We’ve added coupons that only apply to one product! Yes, we can hear you in the back muttering finally. We really don’t know why we waited this long to add them. Hop on over to your coupon list and restrict your coupons until your clicking finger gets a cramp. Percentage coupons apply to the subtotal for that product while fixed price coupons only apply that amount off, regardless of the quantity in the cart.

We’re a little up in the air about the best way to handle fixed price product coupons. Drop us a support ticket or add a comment to this post and we’ll make it work however you guys think is best.

Also in this update:

  • Google Checkout edit cart and continue shopping URLs are now automatically supported.
  • A few style fixes. The customer list has been cleaned up quite a bit. We were a bit embarrassed about that page.
  • Payment processor fees are displayed on the purchase detail page for PayPal and PayDotCom checkouts. We’re trying to find a way to record the fees for the other guys as well.
  • The customer’s billing country is displayed on the purchase detail under the processor fee.

Responses (4) / Trackbacks (0)

    by Darren
    Oct 04th, 2010

    Reply

    Awesome!

    One thing I would like to see on the customer list or on the CSV is just a list of customer emails. One on each line or something so that it is easy to just copy all the emails and send out newsletters and updates to the products etc.

    As it is right now, I have to download the CSV and use a tool to extract all the emails out of the customer info.

      by Jacob@DPD
      Oct 04th, 2010

      Reply

      Darren,

      We recommend using the Mailchimp or AWeber integrations to automatically manage your mailing lists. Your customers are automatically added to your mailing list whenever they buy something from you. Mailchimp is free for 1,000 subscribers and up to 6,000 emails per month.

    by Alana
    Aug 18th, 2017

    Reply

    Is it possible to create a coupon that makes all qualified products on set price? For example, if I want to run a .99 sale. How do I create a coupon that will make all those products cost .99?

      by Alana
      Aug 18th, 2017

      Reply

      Also, if a customer has more than one item in their basket the fixed price does not apply to each individual item. How do I ensure that the amount being taken off will apply to each item in the customer’s cart?

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