Post by supak111 » Fri Jan 08, 2021 7:01 pm

Is there any way to show show coupons percentage or free shipping if it offer it next to coupon code in the checkout out?

right now checkout looks like this:
Sub-Total: $20.00
USPS Priority + Tracking: $10.00
Coupon (save3): $-5.00
Total: $25.00

Make it do this:
Sub-Total: $20.00
USPS Priority + Tracking: $10.00
Coupon (save3 - 20% OFF & FREE SHIPPING): $-5.00
Total: $25.00

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Post by paulfeakins » Fri Jan 08, 2021 7:28 pm

supak111 wrote:
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Is there any way to show show coupons percentage or free shipping if it offer it next to coupon code in the checkout out?
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Post by Johnathan » Fri Jan 08, 2021 11:07 pm

The easiest way would be to put it into the coupon title. For example:

Coupon [20% OFF & FREE SHIPPING] (save3)

Just make sure you don't use "(" in the coupon title, since OpenCart does use that to determine what the coupon code is. I haven't ever tested that so it may work, but I'd avoid it just to be safe.

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Post by supak111 » Sat Jan 09, 2021 2:40 am

Good idea, putting it in the coupon title works fine. I didn't think spaces and things like % sign would even work in the coupons code. Ended up chaining the save3 coupons to: SAVE3 10% OFF and it looks nice, looks like this in the checkout (SAVE3 10% OFF)

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Post by Johnathan » Sat Jan 09, 2021 11:44 pm

That works too, glad I could help. The only downside to putting it into the code itself is that there is a limit on how long coupon codes can be. You *might* also run into trouble with that "%" sign because that's used as a wildcard in MySQL queries, but if it seems to work after placing an order with it, then you'll probably be fine.

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