Volume Offer

In this document, I will explain how to create a volume discount type. Here are the steps:

Set offer name, priority, and Type

Offer Name: Set an offer name so that you can identify the offer you created for.
Priority: Assign a priority level to the offer. Discounts will be applied based on the priority you set. It won’t allow you to create duplicate priority.
Offer Type: If you’ve previously created a Volume discount offer during the onboarding process, the offer type will be set accordingly by default. This setting will be disabled and you can’t change it.

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Set discount offer

3 types of discount offer that you can set in your offer. (1) Percentage (2) Amount (3) Flat-Rate discount

Percentage

You can create discount offers based on a percentage.

For example, if you want to offer a 10% discount on a purchase of 5 items, you can specify the quantity and set the discount at 10% in percentage. If you wish to provide different discounts for different quantity ranges, you can set up multiple slab.

For instance, if the product price is $100 you can set a range from 1 to 5 items with a 10% discount, and then add another range from 6 items onwards with a 20% discount. This means that when customers purchase between 1 and 5 items, a 10% discount will apply which makes the product price to $90/item and when the quantity exceeds 5, a 20% discount will be applied which makes the product price to $80/item.

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Amount

You can establish a custom price for the products.

For example, if you want to set a custom price discount for a purchase of 5 items, you can specify the quantity and set the price in terms of an amount. If you wish to offer different prices for various quantity ranges, you can configure multiple slab.

For instance, lets say your product price is $100 and you set a range from 1 to 5 items with a price of $90 per items/quantity, and then add another range from 6 items onwards with a price of $80 per items/quantity. This means that when customers purchase between 1 and 5 items, a price of $90 per items/quantity will be displayed, and when the quantity exceeds 5, a price of $80 per items/quantity will be displayed respectively.

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Flat-Rate discount

A Flat-Rate discount is a type of discount where a fixed amount is subtracted from the original price of a product.

For example, lets say your product price is $100 and you want to offer a $10 discount on a purchase of 5 items, you can specify the quantity and set the discount at $10 in a Flat-Rate discount. If you wish to provide different discounts for various quantity ranges, you can configure multiple slab.

For instance, lets say your product price is $100 and can set a range from 1 to 5 items with a discount of $10, and then add another range from 6 items onwards with a discount of $30. This means that when customers purchase between 1 and 5 items, a flat $10 would be deducted from product price which makes product price $90 items/quantity and when the quantity exceeds 5, a $30 discount will be applied which makes product price $70 items/quantity from product price.

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Custom Text

You have the option to include specific instructions for your discount offers and add any notes that pertain to your offers.

Apply to all products OR specific products

You have the flexibility to apply offers to either all products or specific products.

All Products

When you choose ‘All Products,’ the discount will be applied to every product.

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Specific Products

For specific products, you can configure discounts. You can include or exclude products according to your preferences.

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Select customer

When creating discount offers, you have the option to select specific customer groups to whom these discounts will apply. This way, only the chosen customers will receive the added discounts.

All Non-Login Customers

By selecting ‘All Non-Login Customers,’ all customers who have not logged in will be eligible for the discount.

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All Login Customers

If you chose logged-in users, only customers who are logged in will be able to avail of the discount.

(Customer(s) added in the company will be excluded from here.)

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Specific Customers

If you opt for ‘Specific Customers,’ you can choose particular customers who will qualify for the discount offers. In this case, not all customers will receive the discount offer. Also, you can include or exclude some selected customers for the created offer.

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Cart Value

You have the option to set a discount based on the cart’s total value. You can specify both a minimum and a maximum amount for the cart value. When a customer’s cart reaches these specified amounts, a discount will be applied.

In between value
If you set both minimum $50 and maximum $100 then, customers will be eligible for the created discount when their cart value falls between $50 and $100 only. Car value exceeding $100 would be not eligible for the offer.

Minimum value
If you only added minimum value $50 and no maximum value is set then any amount with $50 or greater would be eligible for discount.

Maximum value
If you only added maximum value $50 and no minimum value is set then any amount with $50 or less would be eligible for discount.

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Widget Position

You can configure the placement of the discount widget where your offers are displayed on your website. You have the option to position it either above the ‘Add to Cart’ button or below the ‘Add to Cart’ button. Additionally, you can choose custom positions for the widget.

In the context of the feature we mentioned, you have the flexibility to choose precisely where this widget appears. Here’s how it works:

Above add to cart
Selecting this option means the widget will be positioned just above the “Add to Cart” button on the product page. This is a common choice if you want the widget to be prominently displayed to your customers, encouraging them to take a look on the custom pricing you have added for the product.

Below add to cart
Opting for this setting means the widget will be positioned just below the “Add to Cart” button on the product page. This can be useful when you want the widget to be near the “Add to Cart” button, but not as visually prominent as when it’s placed above it.

Custom
The “Custom” option provides you with the most flexibility. With this setting, you have the ability to select a specific location on the web page where you want the widget to appear. You can do this by using the ID, class, or attribute of the HTML code on your website. This allows you to place the widget in a highly customized location that aligns with your design and layout preferences.

In summary, the widget position feature enables you to decide where the widget is displayed on your web page, giving you the freedom to choose the position that best suits your design and user experience goals. Whether it’s above, below, or a custom location, this flexibility allows you to optimize how users interact with the widget.

Note on PDP (Product Details Page)

You can use this feature to display personalized messages about custom prices for specific customers directly on your Product Details Page. However, it’s important to note that this option is only available when you’ve chosen the “To specific customer” option from the “Select a customer” section while creating an offer. In essence, this feature allows you to communicate special pricing information to individual customers right on the product page.

You have the ability to include notes with customer names for specific and logged-in users. You can compose offer text and utilize the {Name_login} variable to incorporate dynamic values.