This extension for WooCommerce allows you to render coupon information and show content based on the validity of coupons.
Customers can be motivated to proceed with their purchase, offering them to use specific coupons when the contents in the cart qualify for it, or by offering them to purchase additional items so they can use a coupon.
Extended coupon discount info for volume discounts is shown automatically, if the WooCommerce Volume Discount Coupons is installed.
It also works with WooCommerce Group Coupons and WooCommerce Coupons Countdown.
It provides the following conditional shortcodes that allow to enclose content which is shown if certain coupons are applied, valid or active:
[coupon_is_active] [coupon_is_not_active] [coupon_is_applied] [coupon_is_not_applied] [coupon_is_valid] [coupon_is_not_valid]
These conditional shortcodes allow to render content if any coupons are applied, valid or active:
[coupon_has_valid] [coupon_has_not_valid] [coupon_has_active] [coupon_has_not_active] [coupon_has_applied] [coupon_has_not_applied]
Coupon Info Shortcodes
It also provides shortcodes that allow to render the coupon code, its description and an automatic description of the discount:
[coupon_code] (this one makes sense mostly when used inside one of the conditional shortcodes). [coupon_description] [coupon_discount] [coupon_show]
A coupon iterator shortcode makes it easy to work with a set of coupons, the enclosed content is rendered for each coupon in sequence. The informational shortcodes can be used inside the content of this shortcode to display details about each coupon code.
[coupon_iterate code="test,welcome,20off"][coupon_code] – [coupon_discount][/coupon_iterate]
A coupon enumerator shortcode allows to list all or a set of coupons, to show their code, description or discount information, or combinations of those using the
Please refer to the plugin’s documentation pages for detailed descriptions.
Show a text when a coupon can be used (active) – this is useful to show promotional info while coupons can be used, as active means that the coupon has not reached its expiration date nor exceeded its usage limits:
[coupon_is_active code="eastereggs"] Happy Easter! Use the coupon code [coupon_code] to hop away with a great discount : [coupon_discount] [/coupon_is_active]
This is an example of a text shown when a promotion is over:
[coupon_is_not_active code="specialdiscount"] Our special discount sale has ended. Come back often to see more! [/coupon_is_not_active]
Showing a coupon when the cart contents qualify for a coupon to be applied:
[coupon_is_valid code="superdiscount"] You qualify for a discount! Use the coupon code [coupon_code] to take advantage of this great discount : [coupon_discount] [/coupon_is_valid]
Showing a coupon that is not valid for the current cart and motivating to add items:
[coupon_is_not_valid code="25off"] If you purchase 5 Widgets, you can use the coupon [coupon_code] to get 25% off your purchase! [/coupon_is_not_valid]
Iterate over several coupons and show their discount info:
[coupon_iterate code="test,welcome,20off"] Use the Coupon Code: [coupon_code] for [coupon_discount] [/coupon_iterate]
Iterate over all coupons and show their discount info:
[coupon_iterate code="*"] Use the Coupon Code: [coupon_code] for [coupon_discount] [/coupon_iterate]
Show information about three random coupons, including the coupon code, its description and discount info together on each entry:
[coupon_enumerate code="*" orderby="rand" number="3"] [coupon_show show="code,description,discount"] [/coupon_enumerate]
Show a single random coupon code:
[coupon_enumerate code="*" orderby="rand" number="1"] [coupon_code] [/coupon_enumerate]
Documentation and Support
Full usage instructions and help is provided on these pages:
- Please refer to the plugin’s documentation pages for detailed information Documentation
- Questions, feedback and suggestions can be posted on the plugin page WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes plugin page and Support
- Upload or extract the
woocommerce-coupon-shortcodesfolder to your site’s
/wp-content/plugins/directory. You can also use the Add new option found in the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Enable the plugin from the Plugins menu in WordPress.
Where is the documentation?
I have a question, where do I ask?
You can leave a comment at the WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes plugin page.
Contributors & Developers
“WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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