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Buy One Get One (BOGO) Discounts

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How can we create Buy One Get One (BOGO) Discount code?

For example -- we offer classes and want to have a sibling discount: Register for one class, and the sibling gets 20% off the second class.

Hope there is a solution! Or at least an easy workaround......

Thanks!

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You can create discounts like '20% off orders over $100' but there isn't a specific 'Buy One Get One..'. discount available.

This guide will walk you through the options for creating discounts.


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Will that functionality be possible in the near-term as a feature improvement?

Seems like a great addition to the discounting options! I can see people have searched for it on Google and within the forums here.....

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9 minutes ago, TumblingTunes said:

Will that functionality be possible in the near-term as a feature improvement?

Squarespace don't share road-maps or announce upcoming features. However, you (and anyone reading this) can add their voice to requests for this feature by raising a ticket through Customer Care. They'll document your feedback and share it with the appropriate team.
 


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As a store owner I would like to see  BOGO or buy 4  items and get a fixed amount of discount. Right now I can only set up spend $100 and get certain amount of discount. It would be nice to have more options.  


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You can create discounts like '20% off orders over $100'

I've been using that workaround for several years, and it's worked, though it's a bit fussy to maintain, as you have to adjust the $ amount whenever a price changes (e.g., when a sale begins or ends).  It's been manageable partly because we only sell 4 products (online courses).

But now we want to add another product category that we want to exclude from BOGO combinations with any of those original 4 products.  I haven't figured out how to do that with the tools provided.

Specifically, we've been offering live workshops for several years, and selling tickets through other agents (Picatic and Eventbrite).  The idea of integrating those sales with the others under one website here at Squarespace is appealing for a number of reasons, but the inability to exclude ticket purchases from the BOGO codes is preventing that.

Am I missing something?  Is there any way to exclude a product or a category from a price-threshold discount?  Or limit the scope of such a discount to a specific product or category?

A separate BOGO discount type could certainly make this easier.

Edited by jfinlayson
Added more specific description of our situation

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