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Coupon setup?

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Hello, I was just wondering if it is possible to configure the coupons to charge a flat price? Say for instance I was running a shared hosting promo and wanted to charge $2 for the first month no matter what shared package is selected. Is it possible to configure it this way?

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5 hours ago, Aphiso said:

Hello, I was just wondering if it is possible to configure the coupons to charge a flat price? Say for instance I was running a shared hosting promo and wanted to charge $2 for the first month no matter what shared package is selected. Is it possible to configure it this way?

Yes, you can , in coupon add, select type Amount instead of percent, and select " Apply when service is added only " .

 

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1 hour ago, Blesta Addons said:

Yes, you can , in coupon add, select type Amount instead of percent, and select " Apply when service is added only " .

 

So then I would need to create separate coupons for each plan correct? Because the 'Amount' setting just specifies how much to subtract from an orders total.

If I wanted it to charge the user $2 for the first month regardless of what plan they selected, is it possible to do with a single coupon code? Or would I just have to make different coupons for each plan?

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Coupons will only subtract an amount from the total price, not set a specific total price. So if you have different packages at different prices and each one needs to be a total price of $2, you would need to define multiple coupons.

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You could also set the package price to $2, then change it after your promo assuming that the promo is shorter than (1 month - days in advance you bill). After you change the package price, existing services will renew at the new price.

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