Discount Codes

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    The Discount Codes extension looks very interesting.
    We are building a site where “members” always get the same discount.
    Would it take much to set it up so that there is a checkbox for “Member” which would enable a discount (without having to fill out any discount code)?

    I also wonder if it´s possible to upgrade from “Personal” to “Business” ?


    #36467 Reply

    Unfortunately there’s no support for ‘members’ with the discount codes extension.

    It is possible to upgrade from ‘Personal’ to ‘Business’; if you like I can issue a discount code for you to purchase the Business license with the amount you’ve paid for the personal license.

    Stephen Harris
    #36487 Reply

    Thank you, yes could you please send upgrade code for business license.
    …just to clarify, would it be a big customisation to activate a discont from a checkbox (instead of typing in a code)?

    #36514 Reply

    Will do.

    It’s not a substantial change (you could have the checkbox attach a hard-coded discount code), but it would would involve changes to the plug-in files.

    Stephen Harris
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