Available for plans:

  • Free trial
  • Lite
  • Standard 
  • Business


In this article:

  1. About this tool and example
  2. Create this promotion
  3. Promotion settings
  4. Extra conditions
  5. Tips and must-know


1. About this tool and example

1.1 This tool will apply discount on every $X amount spent for an order.

1.2 Example:

$10 discount for every $100 spent. If customer spent $200, can get $20 ($10 +$10) discount in total.



2. Create this promotion

2.1 Go to EasyStore Admin > Promotions > Add promotion > select Discount > $20 OFF for every $100 spent.

2.2 Enter your preferred titles:

Promotion title - for your own reference only, not shown to customers.
Storefront display title - will be displayed to customers at various pages.


3. Promotion settings

When every order amount equal to

X, in which every $X amount in an order would trigger the $Y discount amount below

Discount amount

Y, in which the $Y amount will be discounted for every $X amount above

Active dates

Set promotion start date. To set promotion end date, uncheck 'No expiry date' and the selection box will appear.



4. Extra conditions

4.1 These conditions are optional and you may leave them as default if they are not applicable.

4.2 If applicable, orders fulfilling all the conditions in promotion settings above must also fulfill the extra conditions below to enjoy the promotion.

Voucher code - if applicable, customers must apply the voucher code at checkout
Target customers
- who can use this promotion
Store usage limit
- how many times can this promotion be used in total
Each customer usage limit
- how many times each customer can use this promotion


5. Tips and must-know

5.1 Tips:

  • Once done, you may refer to the Summary at the right side to confirm before saving ( once saved can't be edited ).

5.2 Must know:

  • Colors of promotion label can be changed, refer this guide for instruction.
  • One order can only apply one discount code.





Related articles:
Promotion tools must-know
Discount - Every X quantity in a set (selected products)

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