Promo Codes - Discounting Multiple Purchases
When using Promo Codes, you can specify quantities for the SKUs that are required. This is found on the Restrictions tab.
All of the selected Products - the user must purchase all of the selected SKUs to receive the discount.
Any of the selected Products - the user may purchase one or more of the selected SKUs to receive the discount.
At Least...- choose the minimum number of different SKUs (at the quantities selected) that must be purchased to receive the discount.
At Least Qty... - choose the minimum number of any of the SKUs (at the quantities selected) that must be purchased to receive the discount. This can include multiple purchases of the same SKU.
- Required SKUs: Are any additional products required to apply the promo code? And how many of each SKU are required?
- Note: Restrictions are not required for the promo code to work. You may leave this tab blank.
Promo Codes can also be "stacked" to apply a higher discount relative to the quantity purchased. Or you could set up the discount code to update the sales price of each item with multiple purchases.
- The codes will be evaluated in alphabetical order.
- Set the Code Type to Automatic and each code will automatically override the previous one as more items are selected for the order.
CODE2 - gives $12.50 off of each SKU if you order 2 (or more)
CODE3 - gives $16.67 off of each SKU if you order 3 (or more)
CODE4 - gives $18.75 off of each SKU if you order 4 (or more)
Here are some suggestions for when these types of Promo Codes might be used. For more examples and specific directions, go to Promo Codes - Examples & Scenarios.