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Magento 2 Ultimate Magento 2 Coupons, Promos, and Sales Configuration Guide Magento 2 offers several options for pricing and discounts, including special price, tiered price, group price, and MAP minimum advertised price. It can also utilize rule-based discounts across your product catalog or in your shopping cart, with or without the use of coupon code.
Catalog price rules do not use coupons as they are triggered before a customer places a product in their cart. Rule Information Rule Name — The name for internal reference Description — A Description of the rule for internal reference Websites — Determine the scope of the rule Customer Groups — which groups may use or receive the promo Priority — Sets the priority of this rule vs.
Conditions The conditions that can be used for catalog rules are based upon existing attribute values. To apply the catalog rule to all of the products, leave the conditions blank. If you want the rule to apply to all products, leave the condition empty. It does not need to apply to every attribute. First, you will need to set Apply to one of the following options: Apply as percentage of original — Discounts the item by subtracting a percentage of the regular price.
Apply as fixed amount — Discounts item by subtracting a fixed amount from the regular price. Adjust final price to this percentage — Adjusts the final price by a percentage of the regular price. Adjust final price to discount value — Sets the final price to a fixed, discounted amount. Next, you will need to enter the Discount Amount. This amount will either be a fixed amount or a percentage. This prevents customers from receiving multiple discounts for the same product. Related Banners Enterprise only Associate dynamic content banners with the promo, which will appear only when the promo is valid.
This can either be automatically discounted or discounted with a coupon code. Rule Information Rule Name — The name for internal reference Description — A Description of the rule for internal Reference Status — Activate the Rule Websites — Determine the scope of the rule Customer Groups — which groups may use or receive the promo Coupon — Determines whether this is an automatic promo or whether the user needs to add a coupon code Coupon Code — Defines the coupon code Use Auto Generation — Select the checkbox to automatically generate multiple coupon codes that can be used with the promotion.
Uses per Customer — How many times any customer may use this coupon. Does not apply to guest users. Dates Valid Priority — Sets the priority of this rule vs. Public in RSS Feed — determines whether the coupon appears in the public RSS feed Magento 2 Cart Price Rule Conditions Something that merchants and developers alike often find confusing is the difference between promotion conditions and actions. Ask yourself — what must be true for this promotion to become valid?
Usually this mistake occurs when promo rules start getting complicated. So, what does this condition mean logically? What we are saying is that in order for this promo to be valid, the customer must meet the following requirements or both requirements : More than 1 product from either Category 1 or 2, AND the customer must be part of customer segment 1 OR or more products in the cart Notice the way the important distinction between ANY and ALL defines the rule, and the way the condition would change if ANY or ALL were changed.
Remember that when you are using ALL, you must use rules that can all be correct for the same product. Actions To configure the actions — ask yourself — If all of the conditions are met, what is the discount I am offering? Then ask yourself — If all of the conditions are met, should the discount be applied to all of the products in the cart, or only some? First, you will configure the discount. It does not allow you to give free products or discounts based on the purchase of other products. You will also configure the following Maximum Qty Discount is Applied to — How many products can receive this discount at a maximum?
Apply to Shipping Amount — Should the discount be applied to the shipping amount, or the cart without the shipping amount included? Discard Subsequent rules — Should all rules that come after this rule not apply if this rule is applied? Free Shipping — Does this promo include Free Shipping if all of the conditions are met? And you will add conditions for the products that the promo will be applied to.
Here is where you will ask yourself — which products should this promo be applied to? If all, leave this area blank. Magento 2 Price Rule Labels Here is where you can store view specific labels for the price rule.
This determines how the customer sees the name of the discount when it appears on the shopping cart. Related Banners Magento Commerce, formerly Enterprise Edition, Only Associate dynamic content banners with the promo, which will appear only when the promo is valid. To schedule a rule, create a new rule or open up an existing rule. Save the rule and the changes will be applied on the date you have selected. Before you can associate the banner to a price rule, both a banner and a price rule need to be created.
To associated a banner to a price rule, first you need to open up whichever rule you would like the banner to be displayed on. Click on the Reset Filter button to display all of the current banners in the system.
Find the one you want to associate with the price rule and check off the box on the left hand side. When done, save the rule. Setting up price rules in Magento 2 is very powerful. Understanding how to set the rules up correctly is the first step. Once you can set up basic rules, have fun and try new combinations! I like to think of them as brain teasers; sometimes they are very tricky to set up if the rule is complex, but once the rule is working, it is a very rewarding feeling!
Ultimate Magento 2 Coupons, Promos, and Sales Configuration Guide
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