Hey, so on our website we have a "buy 3 get 1 free" type of deal, and we're about to a clearance page. The items on the clearance page shouldn't count towards our buy 3 get 1 free deal.
The script first checks to see if the item is an item at full price. (8.99 or 9.99). If it is not, then it's a discounted variant (select few variants per product will be discounted to 6.29) and is skipped by the script all together. If it is a matching full priced item, I check to see if it has a type attribute (we only use this attribute for gifts, so that's why we haven't added a check for the type "gift" directly) then I set the variable for how many gifts are in the cart based on that. If it does not contain the gift type, then I increment the total products, excluding gifts or anything that doesn't have the product tag, to get the allowed gifts value. I then use that value to loop over the cart and apply the discount to any allowed gifts, once the allowed limit as passed then the prices should remain unaffected in case a customer managed to get an unearned gift item in the cart.
So the issue I am having with this script is it doesn't work after the first gift is earned. Once a customer has 3 full priced items in the cart, the 4th free gift is set to free, but the moment I add 4 full priced items the gift is back at full price. It only works correctly exactly at 3 items, and 1 free gift. When a customer has 4 or 5 full priced items, the gift should remain free, and at 6 full items 2 gifts should be free.
I should also note, this script worked fine before I added the check for the discounted items, but I haven't changed the way the math logic works so I do not understand why it's not working as desired.
$totalCart = 0 $totalGifts = 0 $allowedGifts = 0 $i = 1 Input.cart.line_items.each do |line_item| product = line_item.variant.product if line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 899) || line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 999) if product.tags.include? 'product' if line_item.properties.has_key?("type") while line_item.quantity > 1 line_item.split(take:1) end $totalGifts = $totalGifts + line_item.quantity puts $totalGifts else $totalCart = $totalCart + line_item.quantity puts $totalCart end end end end $allowedGifts = $totalCart / 3 puts $allowedGifts.floor() Input.cart.line_items.each do |line_item| if line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 899) || line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 999) if line_item.properties.has_key?("type") if $allowedGifts.floor() >= $i $i = $i + 1 puts "got here" line_item.change_line_price(line_item.line_price * 0.0, message: line_item.properties["type"]) else line_item.change_line_price(line_item.line_price * 1.0, message: "Free gift conditions not met!") end end end end Output.cart = Input.cart
I appreciate any help anyone has to give regarding this. Thank you!
P.S. My only experience with ruby is shopify script editor, I am a novice in this language no doubt.
I tried rewriting the script to see if I could fix it, but this script handles the same as the prior script I posted.
I have figured out that the script is messing up once an item has more than 1 qty. For example, if I buy 1 product A, 1 product b, and 1 product c, I'm offered that 4th gift for free. If I have 6 unique products, at 1 quantity each the script does allow the 2nd gift to be free as well, but it's whenever there's more than 1 quantity on a paid for product that the script messes up.
$totalCart = 0 $totalGifts = 0 $allowedGifts = 0 def isProduct?(line_item) if line_item.variant.product.tags.include? 'product' product = true else product = false end return product end def isGift?(line_item) if line_item.variant.product.tags.include? 'product' and line_item.properties.has_key?("type") product = true else product = false end return product end def isDiscounted?(line_item) if line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 899) || line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 999) || line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 1199) || line_item.variant.price == Money.new(cents: 1299) return false else return true end end Input.cart.line_items.each do |line_item| if isDiscounted?(line_item) #do nothing else if isProduct?(line_item) if isGift?(line_item) #is a product, and is a gift. while line_item.quantity > 1 line_item.split(take:1) end $totalGifts = $totalGifts + line_item.quantity else #not a gift, but is a product. $totalCart = $totalCart + line_item.quantity end end end if ($totalCart / 3).floor >= $totalGifts && isGift?(line_item) line_item.change_line_price(line_item.line_price * 0.0, message: line_item.properties["type"]) end end Output.cart = Input.cart
Again, I appreciate any guidance on this whatsoever. Thanks!
I tried to look at your script, but realized that this one can get a bit complicated. So instead, I used an app am developing called Playwright. While we don't support this exact feature, I was able to make a few adjustments to support your use case.
You can view the script here: http://kaliara.com/shopify-script.rb (it was too large to paste into this post).
Here is a demo of it working for me. Including the following features:
Note: keep in mind that you probably cannot test this in the Script Editor debug tool because of the use of line_item.properties)
Let me know if that works for you!
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