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What are coupons and how are they used?
What are coupons and how are they used?
Updated over a week ago

Coupons on WarriorPlus work like "Discounts" on your products/offers that can be assigned to specific buyers and/or affiliates as well as to specific tracking links.

They can also be limited to a specific number of uses or have an expiration date.

Coupons on WarriorPlus do NOT require the buyer to enter any codes, HOWEVER, you may choose to enable them to enter codes (optional).

To create a coupon, click on "Vendor" in the top menu and then click on "coupons."

Then click on the GREEN BUTTON that says "+ New Coupon"

On the coupon creation page, you will enter all the details for your coupon/discount, as seen below:

You have 3 options when it comes to designing your coupon:

1. You can choose to create your coupon based on the Dollar Value of the coupon (if the coupon value is $10, your buyers would receive $10 OFF the purchase price).

2. You can create a Discount Percentage which would represent the percentage of your buyers' savings.

3. You can enter the NEW Purchase Price, which is the new price INCLUDING your applied discount/coupon.

Once you edit those details, you will be able to limit your coupon(s) to SPECIFIC OFFERS AND/OR PRODUCTS - OR you can have it be "global" and applied to ALL of your offers/products (by leaving it on "== ANY OFFER ==" etc).

Typically, vendors will want coupons for SPECIFIC products and offers.

You can also auto-assign the coupon/discount to a specific BUYER and/or AFFILIATE.

Once your coupon is complete, CLICK on "Save Coupon" and then you can assign it to specific tracking links if you desire.

How Coupons Work With 'Trial' Payments for Recurring Subscriptions

If a product has a trial price, the coupon only affects the trial price.

For example, if the trial is $10 and the recurring payments are $100, a '$6 OFF' coupon will reduce the sales price to $4 but the recurring payments remain $100.

If a product does not have a trial price, the coupon affects both sale and recurring payments. For example, if the product is $100 recurring every month, and the coupon is $60 OFF, the sale prices is $40 as well as the recurring payments.

To assign a coupon to a specific vendor tracking link, click on "Get Code" in the offer editor for the product you want to set up the coupon for. Then, click on the Tracking Link TAB. Then a window will show up (See IMAGE Below):

When you set up a tracking link and assign a coupon to it, every time you send traffic to that link (with the SubID) and the buy button is clicked, the coupon/discount will be applied (unless the coupon has otherwise expired or had its max uses met).

Allowing Buyers to Enter Coupon Codes at Checkout:

You may choose to allow your buyers to enter the coupon code at checkout.

To do this, you must enable it within the OFFER EDITOR, as seen here:

When you set the 'Coupon Field' display to ON, buyers will see the following option on the checkout page:

Once they click 'Have a coupon?' a coupon field will appear like this:

Once they enter a valid coupon code, they will see the discount displayed like this:

NOTE: If you choose to display a Coupon Field on your checkout page, you do NOT need to use a special vendor link for the coupon to be applied.

A vendor is also able to append the 'cp' parameter to a Buy Button link to have it auto-applied when the visitor hits the checkout page.


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