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Hello, I would like to give my customers coupon code (expiring after 20 minutes) on the thank you page. In that way I want to push my customers to spend more in my store. Do you think that this is possible with your plugin?

I am using guest checkouts (users don’t have to make registration to make an order).


With this plugin you have the option to limit the validity of a coupon to a certain amount of time after the user has registered an account – you will see this described on top of the documentation page here:

This will only be possible with customers who create an account, guests won’t be able to use this coupon.

You can place a prominent display of the coupon using a shortcode or API call, so you should be able to place this also on the thank you page, but you might need to either customize the thank you page with the shortcode or use a call to the appropriate function on the page template.

I hope that helps, there are other options that you could find interesting too based on products ordered and last order placed.


Hi, can this Woocommerce Plugin in allow different expiry date of x days that when they sign up? So lets say a person sign up on opt in form and it sends a reminder saying they have x days left to use the coupon code. If another person signs up later on another day, the expiry date starts back to normal for that new sign up? Can it track the dates and for each registration?

Hi, thanks for asking. There is the option to have it relative to the registration, so yes that would be based on each individual new user given that the coupon is configured for that case. Just keep in mind that it won’t send out any notifications to those users (although that sounds like a very useful features we should consider adding).

ok cool thanks, one thing i didnt add is that if i place this coupon code on the thank you page will it still work? So I have an opt in form (not the woocommerce sing up form) they sign up and the lead i get goes to my mailchimp and the user redirects to the thank you page, the thank you page has the coupon code, this will work correct? Many thanks.

Hi, sorry for the delay, didn’t see the notification … if you place the coupon code on the thank you page, then that would work. You should even be able to have it show the countdown so that the new customer knows it’s limited in time.

Hello, Trying to install the plugin I get the following error. How can I solve the problem? Thanks.

Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required ’/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-coupons-countdown/lib/core/class-woocommerce-coupons-countdown.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/local/php5.6/lib/php’) in /wp-content/plugins/coupons232/woocommerce-coupons-countdown.php on line 40

Hi, it seems that you have an incomplete installation. Please download the plugin zip file again from and delete it from your WordPress installation and install the fresh copy.

Presale: Is it possible to create automatically a cupon for every purchase – and that the cupon will expire let’s say 1 month after the cupon creation? Daniel

Hi, the way this works with the plugin is that you create one coupon which requires a customer to have placed an order previously – please see details in the section “Coupon expiration after last order” of the documentation page :

How do I upgrade the WooCommerce Coupons Countdown plugin? When I go to the downloads it appears to be the same code version. Where is the new version?

How do I update it? Do I delete the file and then re-upload to wordpress? Is there an easy way for a non-developer to upgrade?

Yes you can simply deactivate and delete the installed plugin and then upload and activate the new one. The latest version is 2.6.0 and there’s no developer knowledge needed at all to use or update the plugin. Simply check your existing version and replace it if your installed version is below 2.6.0.

Hi, can I design or create my own coupons template? Got shortcode for it?

Hi, it provides some options and pretty coupons with its shortcode but I’m not sure if that’s what you are looking for. Please have a look at where you will find details on what you can do with this plugin.

Hello – can I create a coupon for X amount of hours and then show the countdown for the user?


You can have a coupon expire after a certain amount of hours based on the conditions outlined on this documentation page: