How To Add Magento Shopping Cart Price Rules

How To Add Magento Shopping Cart Price Rules 4

There’s no denying to the fact that no one can escape from the attractive offers and discounts!

People love discounts!

Discounts and coupons make it easy to encourage hesitant shoppers to finally pull the trigger. And they incentivize the past customers to convert again!

Magento and Magento 2 store owners must not let go of this chance and especially on holiday seasons! You can refer here to know the importance of the holiday season for sales and the implementation for the same!

Fortunately, the default settings offer the feature to add Magento shopping cart price rules easily. Configure the discount offers you want to offer the customers and design the sales strategy!

Follow the below stepwise guide to set up promotions in Magento & Magento 2!

Steps to Add Magento 2 Cart Price Rules:

  1. Login to Magento 2 admin panel
  2. Go to Marketing > Cart Price Rules
    Marketing > Cart Price Rules
  3. Click Add New Rule button
  4. Configure the Rule Information as shown below:
    Configure rule information
  5. Set Conditions for the shopping cart price rule
    Set Conditions for the shopping cart price rule
  6. Configure Actions for the above conditions:
    Configure Actions
  7. Set the Labels for the set discount
    Set the Labels for the set discount
  8. Save the configuration

The below image shows the implementation of the configured Magento 2 shopping cart price rules in the frontend:

Frontend

Steps to Add Magento Shopping Cart Price Rules:

  1. Login to Magento admin panel
  2. Navigate to Promotions > Shopping Cart Price Rules
    Promotions > Shopping Cart Price Rules
  3. Click Add New Rule
    Add New Rule
  4. Configure the Rule Information as shown below:
    Configure New rule
  5. Set Conditions for the shopping cart price rule
    Conditions
  6. Configure Actions for the above conditions:
    Actions
  7. Set the Labels for the set discount
    Labels
  8. Save the configuration

The below image shows the implementation of the configured Magento shopping cart price rules in the frontend:

Frontend

Some of the field label terminologies from the above methods are explained below:

  • Rule Name – Enter a rule name that is easy to memorize
  • Description – Describe the purpose of the rule
  • Status – Activate the rule
  • Customer Groups – Select the customer group for which you want the rule to be applicable for
  • Coupon – If you want to offer coupon code, select a specific coupon option from the drop-down menu. Else, select no coupon.
  • Coupon code – Configure the coupon code.
  • Uses per customer -Set the restrictions of using this discount for the same customer which is applicable for logged in customers only.
  • Date – Configure the start date and the end date for the discount.
  • Priority – In case of multiple Magento cart price rules for different discount offers, prioritize the rules. The lowest number means the highest priority.
  • Apply – Under actions, select the discount method.
  • Discount Amount – Enter the discount amount offered. For example, enter 15 for a 15% discount on the cart subtotal.
  • Discount Qty Step (Buy X) – Select this option when you want the customer to buy a product to get a free product.
  • Apply To Shipping Amount – Select Yes, to make the Magento shopping cart price rule applicable to shipping fees.
  • Free Shipping – Add shipping fees when the rule applies.
  • Stop Further Rules Processing – Set this option to Yes when you want to restrict customers to use other rules after this rule.

That’s it about cart price rules in Magento and Magento 2!

It lets the admin create discounts at the checkout and customers can enjoy them!

If you have any doubts on the topic or stuck at a step in this guide, feel free to drop a comment below and I’d be happy to help!

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Sanjay is a co-founder at Meetanshi. He is a Certified Magento Developer who loves creating Magento E-commerce solutions. When he is not engrossed with anything related to Magento, he loves to play cricket.

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