You can make it even simpler for customers to redeem their coupon codes by sending them to your checkout via a URL where the discount is already applied. It means your customers will not need to type in a coupon code at checkout.

It is useful if you have a discount on an email campaign or landing page.

For example, with this method, when your customers click on Subscribe Now, they go to the Premium Plan checkout, and the discount will be applied automatically.

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To achieve this, you will need to:

  1. Create a coupon
  2. Copy the Subscription or Bundle ID

Once you have your coupon and URL, you can customize your link with the coupon code applied.

Apply a Coupon to Your Checkout Page URL

  1. Copy the checkout link: https://example.com/orders/complete_order?o=XXXXXX&d=XXXXXX
  2. Paste this in a text editor
  3. Replace example.com with your actual domain or subdomain
  4. Replace XXXXXX after o= with your Bundle or Subscription ID
  5. Replace XXXXXX after d= with your Coupon Title

Here is an example of the final URL:

https://example.com/orders/complete_order?o=558384&d=NEWYEAR2020

End-users who have never created an account will start our two-step checkout process. They will first be required to create an account and then go to the checkout page, and the discount will automatically be applied.

End-users who already have an account will need to sign in and will experience the same checkout payment page as the example above.

Please keep in mind that existing subscribers will not be able to use this method to change their subscription plans. They will need to change their plan via their dashboard. Also, if a user has already redeemed this code previously, the user will get a notice that the coupon code is invalid, as coupon codes can only be used once per user account.

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