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.
C'mon Zen Seriously this needs to be addressed. It always seems like zen are never listening, never responding and never changing. This is so many years old. with heaps of votes. When will you guys listen. :(
Stephanie Patton Photography commented
I agree! I would love to offer a coupon sometimes strictly for canvases but don't have the option to do this... its kind of an *all or nothing* with prints. I don't like this because my regular sized prints are already reasonably priced!
Kevin Summers commented
Yes, I've wanted to create a coupon that would discount all digital downloads so I can give it to certain people. The coupon only discounts the first download in the cart, but not the rest.
REBECCA M FULLERTON commented
Absolutely! I have different markups on different items, so can't afford to have one coupon apply to all "prints and products".
Abel Fermin Photography commented
very much agreed
coupon and gift card options are lacking too much for me to want to use currently
Sia Legacy Portraits commented
This would make running certain sales sooooooooo much easier!
Kevin Krows Sports Photography commented
Yes...more options on coupons are needed as well as STATIC discounts that are based on volume...volume...volume. Example:
20% off purchases of $200 or more (promotion is always available to the client..no coupon needed)
chilehead craig commented
I would love to offer free shipping, but only ground. There is no way to limit it to ground shipping only. Based on the current structure, if you select 100% discount, they can technically select overnight and it will discount it.
Dan Reed Photography commented
This seems like a very simple modification/enhancement - maybe to to satisfy everyone but at least many. At the very least we should be able to specify coupons based on the way products are already broken up into groups - the same way we set prices: PRINTS, COLLAGES, MEMORABILIA, SHOWCASE, etc. Offering a 50% coupon for prints means the customer will get excited and use it for a canvas wrap, only to find out I have to cancel the order. This is a mess.
My current work around, which is confusing to EVERYONE and hogs up server space for Zenfolio, is to create multiple galleries with the same images, and apply specific price lists to each: i.e. Print-Only gallery, Showcase Only gallery, etc.
Really quite silly considering this request has been open for years now.
Istvan Magyar commented
Like others have said, more options on creating coupons would be great. In my case, first improvement I could use would be a QUANTITY based coupon; discount based on number of prints ordered in the same time. Others have mentioned other clever and useful ideas, a more detailed/sophisticated coupon set up would be needed by many, thanks for considering.
I would LOVE discounts for specific time frames without the client having to enter a coupon.... so I could put all images on sale for 30% off for the first ten days the gallery is live for example. Or for the last ten days a gallery is live. I think having to enter coupon hurts sales.
Paul Heaton commented
I would find the ability to offer coupons on specific self fulfilled products very helpful.
My margins vary between products, so there is more or less room to offer discounts and still make an acceptable profit between different product groups. If I could offer a coupon for one specific product, it would give me more control. Also, the ability to offer different coupons over time could drive additional repeat visitors to my website and/or facebook page.
Jenny DeMarco commented
This would be great. I would love to give items on specific product since the market is different. I would love to do half off for smaller prints for sure!
I want to make a buy one get one free coupon
Another item that is two years old !!
i would love to have a % applied straight across over certain date ranges or within a specific date after gallery is uploaded and then at expiration of gallery WITHOUT the client having to enter a coupon. I think its a huge factor for increasing sales. Also being able to target abandoned carts with a coupon would be great.
Rob K Photography commented
Yes, the ability to have a % discount after the cost is taken into account would be very useful
Coupons are too limited right now. If I want to give people 50% off 8x10s, I can't. If they use the coupon on a 20x30 I will be paying part of the cost because of markup.
I can't give them $3 off coupon cause if they want 4 8x10s then they would have to place 4 orders and pay 4 shipping.
This has been top on my zenny wishlist since I realized how often Mpix and other vendors put out product-specific coupons. Offering promotions like you suggest would also be huge.