I’m interesting to buy this module, but i have a question: Can i edit the code?
Yes, you can customize the code of the plugin if your situation calls for it. The same is true for any WordPress theme or plugin actually.
Just keep in mind, that you will have to apply the same set of changes after every plugin update. If you update a modified plugin automatically, your changes will be overwritten.
Hi there, could you upload a WordPress Installable File? We can only download the full zip file.
I just added it and it’s pending approval from the Envato site.
My apologies for the inconvenience.
Hi, good evening. A question about bogo deals, which I’ve searched for but not found any info about, nor could solve by trying the demo site. 1) In a deal, for example, when user buys 10 units of a product and gets another 10, are those “another 10” auto inserted in the cart? Or does the user need to manually add them? 2) Are the total savings/discounts explicitly shown in the cart and checkout (not only besides the product price)? Thanks for your attention. Jeremy.
1. Currently customers have to add extra items to the cart by themselves. We started working on this auto-add functionality some time ago but it is paused now due to some issues, like what to do when a product is variable, what to do when it has custom options added via 3rd party plugins etc. This will be done at some point but it’s not there yet.
2. Product price discounts are displayed in the same way as WooCommerce displays “on sale” price (i.e. striked-through old price with a new price besides it). Recently we added a new tab “Promotion” to our plugin which will have more and more promotion tools as the time goes by. One of the planned features is similar to what you just described.
I would like to add a buy 2 items, get a specific item for free. Can you please direct me to some pricing rules examples on the web so i can work this out? thanks
Just a short question before I send you an example – what are those “2 items” to buy? Are they the same items as you want to give for free? Are they 2 units of some other specific item? Are they any 2 items from a specific category etc?
hi, the site is yogaleggs.com, the offer is – buy 2 pairs of any leggings (there are many types, all are in the same category) and get a free bag (different category). all leggings and bags are in woocommerce as individual products.
This should work just fine: https://ibb.co/gUs1pk
And be sure to get back to us if it doesn’t
Perfect, thanks. Do you have a repository of examples? Seeing these would be great, primarily so we don’t have to bother you in future. Thanks again!
My colleague has started compiling it but it’s not too extension as of today: https://support.rightpress.net/hc/en-us/articles/115003374186-How-to-setup-common-recipes-for-Pricing-Rules-
We will be sure to add more examples or even video tutorials.
I will to check if this plugin is compatible with Woocommerce Gravity Forms Add-Ons plugin.
If I am applying bulking pricing for my products using your plugin (i.e. customers will buy at lower price if they buy more than X units), will your plugin be compatible?
Frankly, we have never tested these two extensions together – they may or may not be compatible.
You can purchase our extension to try it out and if you run into any issues, we will provide you with a full refund.
Hi. In short I need to have Buy 1 Get 1 for all articles in the shop. what to do exactly ? ... Product pricing>add rule>method>buy x get y>... >Adjustment discount = ?? ....
Products & Conditions > product > in list > ?? I need ALL products in the shop… How? ....
Receive Products: Same as products to purchase
Adjustment: Percentage discount 100
Rules apply to all products by default so you do not need to add any product condition in your case.
I hope this helps!
Dear RightPress Support,
I don’t know why but the discounts are not applied whatever I try:
Here is are my discount rules:
No discounts are applied:
This is what I tried already:
- Turn off all other WooCommerce related plugins
- Change the theme to Storefront
Can you please help me make this work?
It’s hard to tell the exact reason as I don’t know which of those products in cart are in which categories.
Would you mind changing “Apply first applicable rule” to “Apply all applicable rules” temporarily and testing it again?
Also, if you could make screenshots of the product edit page for those three products (where all categories assigned to a product are visible), that would help me figure out what the problem might be.
I changed the settings to “Apply all applicable rules” but it didn’t help.
Here are the screenshots of those products:
The strange thing is that the reduced price appears shortly in the cart preview and then is it seems it is overwritten by some AJAX call:
If you consider it helpful I can send you the login to the site.
Yes, please submit a support ticket with temporary login credentials via our support site and we will take it from there: https://support.rightpress.net/hc/en-us/requests/new
ok I just submitted the request (59623).
Not sure if this is happening to anyone else but I am noticing when using the simple adjustment price rule and have the “Apply simple rules to display prices” promotion rule on I am seeing on widgets such as Recently Viewed or Recently Added that it is striking out product prices that are not under the discount conditions. I’ve tested this on our live site and dev site and noticed this.
Edit: I do want to make mention I cleared both cache and cookies to see if there was conflicts there and I am still receiving the same issue.
Just to confirm..
Are those products incorrectly discounted or do they just get the same price displayed twice (one of them being striked-through)?
Also, just this happen all the time for all products which do not have discounts applicable, or only in some cases, randomly?
Any screenshots are welcome too.
Hi, I have a website with a high markup price of 200% will i be able to change the price of all products to 100% profit margin, if i wanted to. All in one go there are over 7k products, thanks
Thank you for your interest.
Yes, you can set all products to have their prices increased by some percentage by simply adding one pricing rule. Should take up to a minute to set up.
Does it also decrease the prices, I was to decrease all items not by discount, but by current price, i.e product price?
Sure – you can both increase and decrease the price (by a fixed amount or percentage) or set a custom price to all or part of your products.
hello, is it possible to have a discount for more than 5 products on that product but when he has over 400$ he gets an total discount and NO discount on the products?
It is possible to do that but the “total discount” in this case would appear as a price discount applied to each individual cart item and not as a separate discount line in the totals.
Quick question for you…
We have a working setup using the 1.1.2 version but recently noticed that v2.0 broke for some reason… Processing time when submitting has gone up significantly (we have a lot of rules!) so I’m wondering if there’s a change in requirements or any known issues that would explain the fall-over?
One other question too… Any updated documentation on the newer rules such as Tiered pricing and how they work? Couldn’t see any thing immediately obvious and was interested how they worked.
Do you refer to the load time of the settings page? Do you by any chance have a high number of products or similar items selected under conditions? This is the only thing that we are aware at the moment that could slow the page load time significantly.
My colleague Kirill is updating the documentation step by step. You can find everything on support.rightpress.net but some articles may still be outdated.
With bulk pricing you get all quantity units discounted with the highest unlocked price, e.g. if you have quantity ranges “1-5 – 10% off” and “6-10 – 20% off” and a cart item quantity of 8, you will get ALL quantity units with a 20% discount.
With tiered pricing you get different discounts applied to different quantity ranges, e.g. if you have quantity ranges “1-5 – 10% off” and “6-10 – 20% off” and a cart item quantity of 8, you will get 5 units with a 10% discount and 3 units with a 20% discount.
Presales Question, we need to be able to stack discounts, in our case we need to create a rule where members (we use MemberPress) receive a discount over non-members, and then we need to also apply a tiered pricing model where the first item is full price (or full price plus the member discount) and each additional item is sold at a further discount. For instance, attending a webinar, a non member pays $100 for their first registered attendee and $80 for each additional attendee, but a member pays $75 for their first attendee and $50 for each additional attendee. Is this structure possible with your plugin?
Thank you for your interest in our product!
Sure, no problem with that at all as long as your members plugin changes the role of a user, adds specific capability or at least adds some hidden user meta field to tell members from non-members.
We need to add special pricing for all items added to the cart and wondering if your plugin can handle this functionality.
If after setting up a min / max range can we also add a repeating ‘each additional item’ after that for different categories?
· 3-10 books $10 – min / max range
· +$1 each additional book over 10 – Each additional item
· 1-15 booklets = $4 – min / max range
· 16-30 booklets = $8 – min / max range
· +$4 for each additional 15 – Each additional item
Thank you for your question.
Currently it’s not possible to have a fixed price for the whole range – you can either have a per-item price for a range or a per-group price for a specific number of items.
This is an interesting scenario though, I will make a note of it for future development.
Hi, im trying to do a deals where “Buy at least 1 unit get 30% discount of THE REST OF UNIT”... meaning at least 1 full product unit must be paid for… how do i set this up?
Simply create a TIERED pricing rule and add a single quantity range there “from 2 to unlimited – percentage discount – 30”.
Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users are not charged for. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users can be charged for. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
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