Gravity Forms: Coupons

Last Updated: August 15, 2019
Version: 2.9
Rating: 4.8
Developer: Gravity Forms
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Product Description

The Coupons Add-On allows you to easily implement coupon functionality on order forms created with Gravity Forms. Coupons can be form specific or apply to all forms that utilize the Coupon Field. It’s entirely up to you how you configure it!

Form Specific or All Forms
Create coupons that can only be used on a specific Gravity Form or a coupon that can be used on any Gravity Form with a Coupon Field.

Flat Rate or Percentage Discounts
Coupons can apply either a flat rate off the total or apply a discount percentage depending on how you configure each individual coupon.

Control Start Date, Expiration Date and Usage
Set a Start Date and/or an Expiration Date and apply Usage limits to control how many times a coupon can be used.

Control Stacking
Control if a coupon can be applied when another coupon has already been applied. Prevent double dipping!

Seamless Integration
Quickly integrate Coupons with any Gravity Forms powered order form that utilizes Pricing Fields.

Easy to Use
Implementing Coupons is as easy as adding a Coupon Field to your form and then creating your Coupons!

Gravity Forms-Powered
Conditional logic, limiting after a certain date or number of entries… it’s no different than implementing any other field in Gravity Forms!

System Requirements
The Gravity Forms Coupons Add-On requires Gravity Forms v1.7.6+ and WordPress v3.5+.

Change Log

Gravity Forms: Coupons Changelog – Version: 2.9

– Added the *[gform_coupons_can_apply_coupon](* PHP filter enabling custom logic to be used to determine if the coupon code can be applied.
– Added the *[gform_coupons_post_delete_coupon](* JS action hook which is triggered after a coupon is deleted from the field.
– Fixed an issue which can result in negative values for total fields.
– Fixed issue where conditional logic generates error if the input being evaluated does not have an ID attribute (e.g. List field inputs).