One of our Shopify stores is meant to be a B2B private sale site (we're talking about 20K potential customers), and I'm having trouble how to make things work. I'm hoping to crowdsource other smart brains in this forum and the awesome Shopify support team for ideas and integration.
The desired outcome is to limit ONE transaction per user at a capped cart amount.
The current flow basically involves:
The one-time, single-use coupon ensures they can't buy more than what they're allocated for because the code is tied to their emails. They can't just create a new corporate email address to get a second code.
Our main problem right now is between Sequence 2 and 3 as many corporate servers are blocking the automation email from going through and reaching the subscriber's inbox. They're not receiving this one-time coupon.
I'm hoping that maybe there's a way to bypass the one-time coupon, automated sending approach by:
In this case, the aforementioned ORDER LIMITS app will still restrict the max cart value, and an app like Bold Customer Pricing app can do the grouping and special prices.
However, there's no way for us to stop them from purchasing the second time with this set-up.
I'm hoping that there's a way to force account sign-up and limit one purchase per registered account (with an option to reset).
Thank you so much, we're open to custom apps if this can be solved quickly.
Really complex setup here. Don't know any other way to limit one purchase per account besides using a coupon for discount.
If you want to make sure your clients receive their coupon, you can additionally send them a text message (sms) containing discount code. We can build an automation for that.