I'm looking for providing my customers coupons with the following functionalities:
- Fixed ammount value/discount (E.g. $10)
- Percentage (E.g. %5)
- Conditional discounts (E.g. For purchases over $50)
Hopefully also to be countable (the coupon may be used for only a limited number of times) and dated (expires at a certain date)
Is there such a functionality or addon in Odoo?
The below steps to Configure ecommerce shop coupons:-
1) In Admin Role Menu Settings --> Configuration --> Sales
Customer Features check "Use pricelists to adapt your price per customers" and Apply
2) Create/Edit PriceList and Subtab Create PriceList Version and Price List Item using the below odoo document link
You can define/Edit a pricelist from the menu Sales --> Configuration --> Pricelists --> Pricelists
For each list you should define:
Promotional Code (is equal to Coupon Code)
a Name for the list,
a Type of list: Sale for customers or Purchase for suppliers,
the Currency in which the prices are expressed.
In sub tab create Price List Version and Price List Items
3) In the Page http://localhost:8069/shop/cart
Menu --> Customize --> check "Reduction Code" after tht you can view "Coupon Code" options
and Apply based on the Product Pricelist Rule amount will be calculate
I have a fix for this in v8
In my installation, the view product.pricelist.website.form had a group set to public.
Removing this allowed the Promotional Code field to appear in the pricelist.
However the shopping cart still was not applying the discount when I entered the code in Coupon Code.
This was due to a bug, which was fixed in this patch.
I hope this saves you a lot of time.
I am looking for the same and the functionality must be arround since:
a) There is a template for website_sale which has a reference to the "reduction codes" at code line 820 following...
b) There is also an actual image of this view incl the coupon box in the eCommerce module description (see bottom right of the img):
c) There is also a field reserved for discount bar codes in the Point of Sale module - probably related but slightly different.
...but that's it - I literally can't find anything else on this, neither on the web nor in any settings.
Any help or pointers would be apprectiated.
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