Coupons for specific items
I would like to be able to be more specific with coupons.. such as choose specific products or print sizes that the coupon applies too.
coupon codes that work for specific product not off the total order, it would be nice to offer discount on higher end products or cards with out giving discount on prints
I would like to offer our wedding customers a free wedding photo book. I would like to create a coupon for say 30 dollars off a book and I do not want the customer to be able to use that coupon on anything other than a photo book, so what I want is an option in the coupon creation to restrict down to the product level.
Being able to apply coupons to specific products or specific print sizes. Similar to when zenfolio offers discounts to certain sizes
I would like to offer a coupon for an amount off or percentage off of only one particular item. For example, 10% off any one 8x10 print.
how can i set a coupon to only take off of a certain products price when the overall cart reaches a certain dollar amount
At the moment you can only point coupons to self fulfil as a umbrella option when using coupons (say 50% off). You can't target specific products within that self fulfil folder. prints for example. At the moment I am having a 50% sale so would love to offer a coupon code that would just deduct 50% off prints. i can only produce a code that will deduct 50% off all self fulfil.
My workaround for this has been to delete prints from my self fulfil products add the prints back in to my products but using a lab. Then I can tell the coupon to take 50% off all lab fulfilled orders which in this case is just prints.
It would be great however to be able to do this in self fulfil.
please.. please.. make a coupon product specific there is no way a mug will support the same margin as a print this all or nothing policy is hurting sales for all involved
I give my clients $50 in print credit. I obviously am charged less if they use this for multiple small-sized prints versus using it toward a larger print that will cost me more on the back end. Therefore, I'd like to be able to tell my clients they get a coupon for two 8x10s and two 5x7s to keep my profits up
hi! would find it very practical to be able to offer coupons only on a selected product range. For example, there is no room within any reasonable pricing to apply the same percentage off of a print, as opposed to a mug. Since all product options are available to all galleries, just applying it to a gallery (which I believe is possible) does not resolve this issue.. please advise
I would like to be able to limit which items can be sold at base price when using a base price coupon. For example, I might want them to be able to order 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10 at base price but any large prints or canvas to be sold with my markup.
I have a coupon set up and was under the impression that it would only be applied to self fulfilled products, not the entire order that contained self fulfilled products. For example, they purchased 40.00 in self fulfilled product but also purchased an additional 20.00 in vendor product. the coupon is for $50.00 OR MORE in SF product but as it is now, since the entire order exceeds $50.00 they still get the discount. I would just like to have the coupon set to where it will only be applied if there is $50 or more for a specific category or products.
I used a $ amount for now that equals my 5x7 price that can be applied at checkout, but a free 5x7 or 8x10 would be great choice
I would like to be able to be more specific with my discounts using coupon codes. If I have someone interested in a digital download for a specific use and a high discount due to volume I don't want that to apply to all digital products. I know I can do this individually in galleries but I had an application where a favourite list was made from multiple galleries. I had to temporarily remove the other digital product from the galleries he selected from so that the discount could not be inadvertently applied to products I didn't want to give the discount on.
I'd like to suggest that there should be another option when creating coupons that would allow me to select a particular item from my price list and offer it for free or at a reduced rate - i.e. a "Free 8x10" coupon or a "Free Single Weight Backboard with purchase of an 8x10."
I would like to be able to make a coupon for a specific product instead of just a set amount. Because if I'm offering a free 8x10 I don't want to just give a coupon for what a 8x10 cost so that my clients couldn't use the coupon for another product.
I will have a large gallery (4,000 pics) that I will sell different packages for and would like to specify my coupons for those specific packages because the customer will be pre-paying for them and the prices may be different. I don't want to give too much value for a coupon that is more than what they initially paid for.
Mark Frohna Photography commented
I posted or commented on something similar awhile back, and I need to again. WHY prints AND products? There is such a huge difference in profit margin on prints vs. books and other specialty items.
I offered 40% on prints to a group of customers this holiday season, and just had a customer order three accordion books along with prints. Because of the markup difference, they ended up getting all the accordion books for FREE! Thanks for that Zenfolio!
I would love to be able to offer coupon discounts on specific product categories. For instance, a coupon for small photo prints vs all photo products.
kate wilder commented
Yes! This would be so beneficial to choose specific products vs a whole product line for a coupon to be applied toward. Please consider making this addition a priority. Thank you!!
REBECCA M FULLERTON commented
Here's how it looks in Shopify. Sure is nice. http://www.rmfullerton.com/p476991000/h6D2D7FD4#h6d2d7fd4
Terry Mercer commented
When we go to create a coupon, we are given broad options:
Prints and Products
NOT any 'special' deals, limits (size or subtypes). For example, if someone wants to offer the coupon ONLY for 8x10's, or ONLY 'web-ready' (small) download sizes. There is no option to designate that 'special' or offer. It's 'all or nothing' of that selected category, for the gallery(ies) selected, which is frankly a very poor option & choice.
Especially for the top two level Business Accounts, there should be an option for Coupons to be PRODUCT SPECIFIC. 50% off JUST 8x10's (or what ever the photog defines). xx% off 'Personal Use web-proofs' (limit one per customer, per gallery).
It's great that coupons exist, and they can be limited to specific galleries. However, not allowing the photog to further break down specifically WHICH PRODUCT (EXACTLY) in their price list, and HOW MANY (per gallery), is very limiting.
Surely I can't be the only person that has seen this as a problem and issue that should be addressed, asap.
NOPE - I'm NOT THE ONLY ONE... So, as they say, JUST DO IT... please!
Terry Mercer commented
Shameful that this feature hasn't been done yet... there are so many ways this could benefit both the photographers AND zenfolio, as clients would be more likely to spend MORE MONEY!
Please step this up to a priority! Get R Done... far too many are wanting and needing this feature!
Todd Zimmermann commented
Just wanted to hop on board and say that this is definitely a feature that we would love to have!! Our studio does everything from corporate events and headshots to weddings, architecture, etc... anyhow, having this feature would be useful in so many different scenarios in each segment of what we do and would definitely help to generate many more sales.
Liz Greenhalgh commented
Yes please, would make allocating discounts on self fulfilled products so much easier
K. Pollina commented
Yes! This would be great for marketing. For instance, send out an email that says "Claim your FREE 8x10" print" or something, and the client can select a photo from their gallery and apply said coupon for one 8x10" print.
On devrait aussi avoir la possibilité d'appliquer un coupon à une personne et pas seulement à une galerie.
I just added a new print to a gallery. I wanted to market it by allowing anyone to buy one at 20% off this weekend. I am shocked to find I can't discount an image. And even more shocked that I can't have one coupon per customer. Isn't this pretty basic stuff? And I see it has been asked for by 100s of people for over 4 years.
If you check the "one time only" box, only one customer can use it. Your other customers will find that the coupon has expired. But, if you leave the box un-checked a customer can use a dollar-off coupon multiple times. For example, he can make three orders and take $5 off each order, where your intention was to give a $5 coupon to each customer.
There should be a box for "one time use for EACH customer."
Bill Carter Photos commented
Alyssa Kristine Photography commented
I REALLY need to be able to do this - I frequently give out free 4x6" prints with any order, but the only way to do this is to create a coupon code with the value. I have had customers apply the coupon code without meeting the requirement of adding a 4x6" to their cart and it has lost me money. I cannot manually add a 4x6 after the fact because "it is more than what the customer paid" and cannot be approved or changed. I am sick of losing money with zenfolio because they do not have basic features. I will not be renewing next year.
Mario Rodríguez commented
Yes I need, to be able to sell the second print cheaper as the first one of the same photo, so 1 copy €20, but from the second copy on €5. I'm surprised not to find such an useful feature.
YES! I would love to be able to offer a certain percentage off to a specific product. Ex: 20% off 5x7 prints only!
Tuff Photo commented
This is one of the big issues I have with Zenfolio. I do commercial work and offer a free 5x7. I don't want to give them a money off coupon. I want to give them a coupon for a free 5x7 only. They could use that money off anything.
REBECCA M FULLERTON commented
Brandon, I think you're misunderstanding what we're asking for. I also have a premium business account. Say I have images in one gallery. The products I offer for that gallery are greeting cards, prints and gallery wraps. I would like to offer a coupon for gallery wraps only. There is no way to do this without making another gallery with the same images -- very confusing for customers. Coupons can be attached to specific galleries, but not specific products. I assume Zenfolio is ignoring this feature suggestion because they target event photographers, not artists. Event photographers are more likely to need a coupon for a specific customer's gallery; artists need coupons for products being sold to unknown web visitors.
Brandon Krausse Photography commented
Also, if the customer decides to buy the canvas for $249, they can still use the coupon and apply it since its from the same gallery or product and they would just get to pay the difference at checkout.