Cheapest In Cart Promotion

Magento 2
$99.00

Create promotions that allow to discount the cheapest / most expensive item in cart.

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Description

Create "Cheapest / Most expensive" promotions, within the cart price rules

The extension adds the "Cheapest / Most expensive item in cart" promotion to the shopping cart price rules. It makes it possible to create a variety of promotions:

  • The extension allows to discount the cheapest, the most expensive, and any sequential cheapest or most expensive item (Eg: second cheapest, third most expensive and so on).
  • Use flexible conditions to define the products on which the promotion applies.
  • Apply any discount amount on the "Cheapest / Most expensive" items.
  • Use 3 types of discounts on the "Cheapest / Most expensive" items - Percentage, Fixed Discount and Fixed Price.

Rule Example #1:

"Get the cheapest item in cart for free, when buying at least 3 items in the website"

Rule #1 - The Backend View:

The backend view of the rule "Get the cheapest item in cart for free, when buying at least 3 items in the website"

Rule Example #2:

"Get the third most expensive t-shirt in cart for $1"

Rule #2 - The Backend View:

The backend view of the rule "Get the third most expensive t-shirt in cart for $1"

New! Upsell Cart Hints

Display hint messages in cart, telling the customer what steps he needs to perform in order to get his discount.

When running a promotion in your store, it is very important to be able to hint the customer along the way about how to accomplish the promotion. Using the "Upsell Cart Hints" functionality, you can easily do this.

The feature allows you to hint the customer about the "Cheapest / Most Expensive" promotions. It is also able to hint the customer when some of the Magento core conditions are not met.

Example #1:

The ongoing promotion is "Get the cheapest item in cart for free, when buying at least 3 items in the website". The customer adds one bag to his cart. The Upsell Cart Hint will show up in cart, telling "Add 2 more products, to get the cheapest item in cart for free!"

Example #2:

The ongoing promotion is "Get the third most expensive t-shirt in cart for $1". The customer adds 2 t-shirts to his cart. The Upsell Cart Hint will show up in cart, telling "You can now add another (same price or cheaper) t-shirt for $1 only!"

Example #3:

The ongoing promotion is "Buy for $100 all over the store, to get 20% discount on bags!". The customer adds a watch worth of $49 to his cart. The cart subtotal is now $49. The Upsell Cart Hint will show up in cart, telling "Add $51 worth more products, to get 20% discount on bags"

New! Display cart hints on invalid coupon

Display hint message in cart, once an invalid coupon was applied by the customer. The hint will tell the customer what actions he needs to perform to make his coupon applicable.

Often happens that the customer applies a coupon in his cart, forgetting something small to make it work. The customer than will get the misleading message "The coupon code is not valid.", which might upset him and make him leave the website.

Using the "cart hints on invalid coupon" feature, the customer will get a hint message, guiding him about what items he needs to add to cart, in order to make the coupon work.

Note: This feature currently only works with "Cheapest / Most Expensive" coupons (ie: not Magento core action types).

Example:

The promotion "Get the third most expensive t-shirt in cart for $1" is applicable using the coupon code "third_most_expensive". The customer adds 2 t-shirts to his cart. He than goes and applies the coupon "third_most_expensive" in his cart. The coupon is invalid, since there should be at least 3 t-shirts in the cart. The Upsell Cart Hint will show up in cart, telling "Add one more t-shirt to cart. Then try applying the coupon again. You should get the t-shirt for $1 only!"

New! Display a popup on first customer visit

Display a popup announcing the customer about an ongoing promotion. This popup will only show up once, on the first customer visit in the website.

You can define a popup image per promotion. The system then will display all the popup images of the active promotions (the ones without coupon codes), one by one, ordered by their priority.

Use customer attributes in the rule condition

You can use any customer attribute in the rule condition - email, date of birth, registration date and more.

Show your customers an individual approach by defining promotions and coupons that are built especially for them.

For example, offer free New York time papers to customers who live in New York. Send coupons to customers who have a birthday today. Reward the customers who have been registered for at least 3 years in your store, and more.

Examples:

  • All customers who's email contains @gmail.com.
  • All customers who was born earlier than 1/1/1980.
  • All customers who has been registered to the website after 2/3/2017.

Use customer order history in the rule condition

Give your customers discounts according to their purchase history. It is a great way to acknowledge the loyalty of your customers, and reward them for their activity in your store.

For example, give coupons with discounts to the customers who completed 10 sales this year.

It is also a great way to implement customer retention programs. For example, give coupons to the customers who didn't buy for last half year, but were active a year ago.

You can use order statuses and totals to define the exact conditions on the customer order history.

Examples:

  • Customers who have at least 2 paid orders from the last 10 days.
  • Customers who have at least 1 shipped order.

Use custom options in rules

Define conditions on custom options of the products. That is, create shopping cart rules based on custom options of the products.

Encourage your customers to buy more expensive products, by offering them a discount on the more expensive product options.

That is, create a promotion that gives N% discount on the product, only if certain custom option is selected.

Examples:

  • Get 10% discount on items with custom option Zip Type = Gold.
  • Get the 50% discount on second cheapest T-shirt with custom option Logo = Apple.

Discount breakdown

Display the discount breakdown in the cart. Choose the type of breakdown you prefer, and whether it should be collapsed by default. You can also disable the breakdown if you want to.

Detailed breakdown is an awesome tool to help your customer understand what discounts have been applied in his / her cart. Understanding the exact discounts / coupons that were applied in cart, will amplify customer's happiness, and decrease his / her chances of abandoning the cart.

Breakdown types:

  • Rule labels and product names - will show the rule label and the affected products.
    Example: Get the cheapest item in cart for free, when buying at least 3 items in the website: Crown Summit Backpack
  • Comprehensive breakdown - will explain the discount using simple human language.
    Example: Got Crown Summit Backpack for free
  • Rule labels - will only show the rule name.
    Example: Get the cheapest item in cart for free, when buying at least 3 items in the website

Additional Features

  • Skip products that have tier / special / catalog rule price.
  • Limit the maximum discount amount per rule.
  • Mass delete promotions through the rules grid - the extension adds a delete mass action functionality in the cart rules grid. That is, you can now delete old / redundant promotions and coupons directly through the grid.
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