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## Question about Scodes?

Nov 21 2012 16:09:06

#1

Join date : 2008-11-08 Posts : 90

Was wondering if I add scode to all my products

this for example (is this correct?)

<input type="hidden" name="scode" value="widget001">

then I know I go to the setting for Discount coupons

So if I have 15 items & want to apply a 20% discount to 10 items, do I enter the sku codes for all 10 items in the the field below this line? If so do they need to be comma separated? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated! :)

"The discount is applied if the order contains a product with an SKU (scode)"

this for example (is this correct?)

<input type="hidden" name="scode" value="widget001">

then I know I go to the setting for Discount coupons

So if I have 15 items & want to apply a 20% discount to 10 items, do I enter the sku codes for all 10 items in the the field below this line? If so do they need to be comma separated? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated! :)

"The discount is applied if the order contains a product with an SKU (scode)"

Nov 21 2012 16:37:06

#2

Join date : 2008-09-18 Posts : 3244

Does this help Claire?

Both individual discount coupons and/or a discount table can now be linked to a single product or a group of products. This is done using the optional scode (SKU) field which can be added to your Buy Now buttons.

When defining a discount coupon or table you can now restrict its use to those products which either equal or start with or end with a particular scode (SKU) value. So for example, you could define the discount as being applied to only products starting with an SKU of 1111. In that case products with an SKU of 1111AAAA and 11113333 will be included in the discount but not 11222.

There are some assumptions made in terms of the logic of how it works, in particular:

1. A percentage discount is applied only to the products in the group, not the whole order.

Both individual discount coupons and/or a discount table can now be linked to a single product or a group of products. This is done using the optional scode (SKU) field which can be added to your Buy Now buttons.

When defining a discount coupon or table you can now restrict its use to those products which either equal or start with or end with a particular scode (SKU) value. So for example, you could define the discount as being applied to only products starting with an SKU of 1111. In that case products with an SKU of 1111AAAA and 11113333 will be included in the discount but not 11222.

There are some assumptions made in terms of the logic of how it works, in particular:

1. A percentage discount is applied only to the products in the group, not the whole order.

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Nov 21 2012 16:59:32

#3

Join date : 2008-11-08 Posts : 90

GT said *Does this help Claire?*

Both individual discount coupons and/or a discount table can now be linked to a single product or a group of products. This is done using the optional scode (SKU) field which can be added to your Buy Now buttons.

When defining a discount coupon or table you can now restrict its use to those products which either equal or start with or end with a particular scode (SKU) value. So for example, you could define the discount as being applied to only products starting with an SKU of 1111. In that case products with an SKU of 1111AAAA and 11113333 will be included in the discount but not 11222.

There are some assumptions made in terms of the logic of how it works, in particular:

1. A percentage discount is applied only to the products in the group, not the whole order.

yup makes sense now - Thank you GT! :)

Would be easier (at least for me ) if there was a option to say Include this items or not include these items, sku001, sku002, sku003 etc.. so now I'll figure out a way to create sku codes to work with this sale

is this the right way to add sku code to the products?

<input type="hidden" name="scode" value="widget001">

or

<input type="hidden" name="scode1" value="widgetxyz">

<input type="hidden" name="scode2" value="widget002">

and so on.. scode I assume needs to match if it is product or product1, product2 etc.. ?

Both individual discount coupons and/or a discount table can now be linked to a single product or a group of products. This is done using the optional scode (SKU) field which can be added to your Buy Now buttons.

When defining a discount coupon or table you can now restrict its use to those products which either equal or start with or end with a particular scode (SKU) value. So for example, you could define the discount as being applied to only products starting with an SKU of 1111. In that case products with an SKU of 1111AAAA and 11113333 will be included in the discount but not 11222.

There are some assumptions made in terms of the logic of how it works, in particular:

1. A percentage discount is applied only to the products in the group, not the whole order.

yup makes sense now - Thank you GT! :)

Would be easier (at least for me ) if there was a option to say Include this items or not include these items, sku001, sku002, sku003 etc.. so now I'll figure out a way to create sku codes to work with this sale

is this the right way to add sku code to the products?

<input type="hidden" name="scode" value="widget001">

or

<input type="hidden" name="scode1" value="widgetxyz">

<input type="hidden" name="scode2" value="widget002">

and so on.. scode I assume needs to match if it is product or product1, product2 etc.. ?

Nov 21 2012 17:28:56

#4

Join date : 2008-09-18 Posts : 3244

Yes, your coding looks sound to me :)

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Nov 21 2012 19:53:02

#5