Support » Plugin: Product Options and Price Calculation Formulas for WooCommerce – Uni CPO » Uni CPO + Discount Rules for WooCommerce

  • Resolved theory1194

    (@theory1194)


    Hi guys. I need help with adding a discount to my products + product configurations. I’ve tried using the Discount Rules plugin for woocommerce, but it looks like it doesn’t work with Uni CPO at all. When i go to the configuration page of a product it still shows the regular price and if added to the cart, no matter the configuration, it always adds the original price with the discount i’ve created. Basically what i want to achieve is setting a 10% discount to a specific product and all of the product’s configurations. My products have like 70 configurations each (different formulas). It’s nice that the discount rules plugin adds the ‘promotion’label on the product and all that, but unfortunately when i go to the product page i have the regular price 2 times placed next to each other, instead of having the rugular price and the discounted price next to it. I’ll appreciate any help. Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author moomooagency

    (@moomooagency)

    Hi,

    Yes, probably that plugin will not work. So, you can configure your product in the way when its price will be discounted.

    Why this does not work for you?

    theory1194

    (@theory1194)

    Thanks for the reply,
    This could work, but I have 4 products and each of them has around 80 possible configurations. I use conditional logic and each configuration is a different formula. That means I’ll have to go and edit around 300 formulas manually, plus the prices will look like regular prices, even though they are discounted, because there won’t be a regular price and a discounted price next to it(the discount won’t be as visual). I guess i’ll have to use a coupon code or something else, because editing all the logic manually is too much work. Anyways, thank you for the quick response!

    Plugin Author moomooagency

    (@moomooagency)

    Well, maybe you could use NOV matrices instead of conditional logic. I don’t know this, of course. But if yes, then it would be quite easy. One NOV is regular price, another one is discounted price and both display in Dynamic Notice.

    nikolas7gr

    (@nikolas7gr)

    I kinda have the same problem. I want the client to see how much his options would cost with and without sale. Even if i calculate it as 10% for all the options and display it as dynamic notice it does not show on the frontpage. It does work for the catalog view but not in product menu. I want this {{{REGULAR_PRICE}}} {{{SALE_PRICE}}} to show.

    Plugin Author moomooagency

    (@moomooagency)

    Even if i calculate it as 10% for all the options and display it as dynamic notice it does not show on the frontpage.

    What do you mean on the front page?

    It does work for the catalog view but not in product menu.

    What do you mean in product menu?

    Maybe you could send some screenshots or links?

    nikolas7gr

    (@nikolas7gr)

    Sure.
    https://ibb.co/swKN7DS
    https://ibb.co/mF8S9Rs

    Let me know if you need admin access. I can send you in an email.

    Plugin Author moomooagency

    (@moomooagency)

    Hi,

    First screen shows that you are using in Dynamic Notice non existing variables.
    The second one is not related to Uni CPO.

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