Showing applicable discount codes on product page

Chris_Sydney
Shopify Partner
19 0 2

I tend to agree with everyone else, as this should be standard feature and would like to bump. 

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Moegonzo
New Member
3 0 0

should be a standard feature to show at least a discount code is available for the product on the page as that is compliant with most M.A.P policies 

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Jannat_K
New Member
1 0 0

hey, 

possible for you to share the details of the solution provided by JC Penny like you mentioned?

Best, 

Jannat

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Chris_Sydney
Shopify Partner
19 0 2

Hey Jannett,

it is pretty easy to build a if statement to show text based on the tag. 

{% if product.tag is “XYZ” %} do this {% else %} something else {% endif %} 

the problem it is isn’t quite easy to pull this info and code parameters with some some middleware type system, which ideally would be in shopify. The coupon code functionality isn’t really exposed to the theme frontend either. 

cheers

chris 

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MalloneeMedia
Excursionist
11 0 7

Came across this while trying to figure out how to show discounts on products pages. As someone just getting started with Shopify it does make me question rather this is a platform to stay with. When such a basic feature is not included in the price we already pay and the suggestion is to use another app that costs an extra $20 a month to use. I can see this is a very common problem with the Shopify platform. Missing many standard features and being told to buy an app.

To me this is not cool at all. This sort of "nickle and dime" stuff will kill small businesses just trying to get started. 

If I had bought all of the apps that have been suggested by Shopify staff for things that should be built in features. I would easily be up to paying over $100/month just in apps.

I hope these concerns actually get addressed by someone as this thread is now 2 years strong.

brewskii
New Member
1 0 0

I also agree that this should definitely be a built-in feature. I spent 30 minutes looking for the option assuming it would be an obvious built-in feature. 

That being said I did find an easy work-around that works just as well. I just went to edit my homepage and found that there was an option to add an 'announcement bar'. From there I was able to add my discount code to be used at checkout.

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Let me know what you guys think!

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gtanner57
Tourist
9 0 1

I second this... or 100th this. This is a huge problem for my site. Someone even told me that they couldn't find the discount code field at all. It's so buried in the checkout page. I'm almost definitely losing conversions since coupon codes are commonly shared when I do email marketing to my loyal customers. The only thing close was the app called dCode which allows people to enter their discount codes on the cart page. Pretty good. But not good enough. 

I'm getting custom code to do it on the product page from a developer. Shopify please add this. 

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Tenler
Shopify Partner
6 0 0

Hey there,

here is a FREE app that applies discount codes on product pages (and collections) - Automatic Discount Code Links.

  • product page coupon widget;
  • storefront applied discounts before checkout;
  • discount code infobar.

Hope it will help!

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gtanner57
Tourist
9 0 1
Well this is exactly what I was looking for!!! I see there are no reviews but the company appears to be legit from looking at their site. I’m going to go for it. Hopefully it works without unintended side effects... Thanks for your help!!! Saved me tons of $$$.
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Tenler
Shopify Partner
6 0 0

@gtanner57 thank you for the feedback!!

I'm from the team behind this app, so let me (or our support) know if you need any assistance.
As for the reviews, there are none because the app was released yesterday. But if you find it useful - be the first to rate it

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