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Stackable and Final Promotions

How this works#

Let's see an example for Stackable promotions

  1. Select promotions from the list, go to the restrictions section and check the stackable option. Set the promotion at product level and priority as 3.

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Figure 1: Set Priority

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Figure 2: Promotions Page

  1. The PDP page showing the promotion.

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Figure 3: PDP Page

  1. Now set another promotion as active after checking the stackable option. Set the promotion at product level and the priority as 2.

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Figure 4: Set Priority

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Figure 5: Promotions Page

  1. The PDP page will now show the promotion value for both of them combined.

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Figure 6: PDP Page

  1. Now let's add another promotion and select that as final promotion

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Figure 7: Final Promotion

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Figure 8: Promotions Page

  • Here we have set the promotion priority as 1 at product level. This promotion will be applied after the other promotions that have a higher priority level are applied.
  1. The PDP page will show the cumulative promotions

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Figure 9: PDP Page

  1. Now let's try to add another promotion. Set the group as product and priority at 1.

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Figure 10: Promotions Page

  1. The promotion will not be applied as we have already set a final promotion.

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Figure 11: Promotions Page

note

If you create another promotion at product level and priority 2 or higher, then it will be applied to the total. This is because the final promotion has a lower priority of 1. If you create a cart level promotion then it will not be applied as product group promotions have a higher priority than cart level promotions.