Support » Plugin: Discount Rules for WooCommerce » Shows wrong % on sale – Adult Content website.

  • I use Woo Stickers by Webline so that it shows stickers, however even with that disabled I am having the same issue.

    When I do a full site sale of 10%, 15%, 22% all products show a sticker of -100%

    This happens with and without a sticker plugin been used, is there a way to solve this? Some do show as -10% or whatever the discount is, but a vast majority shows -100% no matter how much the discount is?

    I was considering paying for the extended version, but worried as already seeing issues, the page above shows both -10% and -100%

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author flycart

    (@flycart)

    Hi
    The Sale Badge is usually a static text. WooCommerce by default only displays a static text: Sale!
    However, some theme authors customize this text within their themes to show a discount percentage or amount.

    This is achieved by them through the following calculation
    Regular Price – Sale Price = Discount Amount (or a percentage)

    However, when using a dynamic pricing plugin like ours, the discount is based on the rules.

    An Example Scenario:

    Buy 5 or more products, get 10% off.

    In this case, the 5% discount is eligible ONLY when a customer adds 5 quantities to cart. But if we show a Sale Badge with 5% discount on it, customer will MISUNDERSTAND and will look forward to get 5% discount even when he purchases 1 quantity. But that is not the condition.

    That is the reason why we do not display a discount percentage or amount inside the Sale badge. Our plugin will show the default Sale badge text (Sale!).
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    However, in your scenario, the theme author has an override. So when turning on the Sale badge results in a wrong display (coming from the Theme override)

    Your theme might be having an override in its functions.php or other file similar to the example given in this guide.
    Example: https://www.cloudways.com/blog/change-sale-badge-text-in-woocommerce/

    SOLUTION 1:

    You can customize the Sale badge text via our plugin settings. It has an option to force override.
    Here is a guide
    https://docs.flycart.org/woocommerce-discount-rules/faqs/sale-tag-sale-badge

    If that did not help,

    SOLUTION 2:
    You may want to contact your theme author and ask them to just echo Sale instead of a % value.

    If you need any assistance with it, please feel free to reach out via our support form

    Thanks

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