While as a WooCommerce store owner, you keep looking for ways to increase your store’s sales and revenue – the same way, your customers also consistently look for opportunities to save money when purchasing online.
And in this situation, offering coupons and discounts acts as a win-win for your business and customers.
Statistics suggest that 51% of U.S. buyers search for coupons online before making an online purchase, and over 80% of millennials use coupon codes when shopping online.
Every online shopper loves a good deal. You can tap into this consumer behavior to attract buyers and increase sales through coupons on your WooCommerce store.
So, in this article, we see the top WooCommerce coupon plugins you can use. But first, let’s learn more about the benefits of offering coupons to your customers.
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Running an online store often means coming up with smart ideas that can help you sell your products faster. Some of those ideas might succeed and some may fail.
There are no strategies that work all the time, for all WooCommerce websites. But there is one that is often very effective: offering store credits. The reason for its popularity can be attributed to the awesome flexibility it provides to both store owners and customers.
So, let’s find out more about store credits through this article and how you can enable them in your WooCommerce online store. But first – what are store credits?
Well, with this functionality, customers can purchase store credits (as opposed to buying products) and then they can use their credits to buy products from the store. Buyers can either use it for themselves or gift it to others. It’s an easy and effective way to convert your store visitors into buyers.
Now it’s time to figure it all out. And thankfully, there’s a plugin for that.
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I’m pretty sure that during one of those Black Friday sales all you wanted to do was to apply a bulk discount to your WooCommerce products without having to generate a coupon code.
Let’s not forget that despite coupons are trackable and you can assess your marketing efforts with their usage statistics, requiring the user to take one additional step at checkout (entering the correct coupon code) reduces your sales conversion rate (the same applies with useless checkout fields by the way – less work to do, higher conversion rate).
In today’s post, we’ll see what are the 3 options I recommend in order to apply bulk store discounts. It pretty much depends on your product types (simple vs variable for example) and whether you want to do this via the settings or with a little bit of PHP.
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This is a nice snippet to let users know what the original cart amount was by slashing the cart subtotal and showing the cart subtotal after discounts on the same line (Cart totals > subtotal).
You can then hide the coupon code line if you wish!
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A BloomerArmada fan had a nice challenge with a client – how to display the total amount of sales generated by a given coupon code?
So I managed to create this snippet, which adds a brand new column to the WooCommerce Coupon table view with “total sales” value in it for each coupon code – enjoy!
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I wanted to do something different on my own checkout page, and change the default “Have a Coupon?” message. Thankfully, WooCommerce gives us a filter we can use to accomplish anything we like – such as adding a FontAwesome icon or changing the text string completely!
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When you apply a coupon code programmatically, or when you really need it anyway, you may want to hide the coupon code on the cart page.
This is simply because you want to avoid that certain customers will know the coupon code and try to give it to someone else. Continue reading WooCommerce: Hide Coupon Code @ Cart & Checkout Page
Users can manually enter a coupon code, refresh the Cart and see their discount apply… or you can do that automatically (or “programmatically” as we say in the dark web) when a user adds a product to the WooCommerce Cart 🙂
All you’ve got to do is creating a coupon, and then a PHP function will do the whole work. Automation is the best thing in the world!
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A client of mine wanted to add some text to the thank you page, the page that customers see after they place an order via the default WooCommerce Checkout page.
In this case scenario, they wanted to add a special coupon discount in order to entice buyers to go back to the website and buy again. Enjoy!
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