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Promotion conditions

You create conditions that control what triggers a promotion benefit. For example, you might have a promotion for a particular customer, or someone who buys products from a particular manufacturer.

Below are the fields you need to consider when adding a promotion condition.

These fields are required *

Condition Name * Type a name for the condition that helps explain it. For example, 'Check for first order'. 
 Condition Type

Choose the type of condition from the drop-down list. This will be one of the following:

  • Buying this Item
  • Buying from Category
  • Buying from Manufacturer
  • Customer Account Code
  • Customer Order Count
  • Number of Items Ordered
  • Number of Orders for this Promotion
  • Order Date (yyyy-mm-dd)
  • Order Goods Total
  • Day of Week (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun)
  • Invoice Country
  • Delivery Country
  • Shipping Service
Condition Operand

Choose the operand that determines the action taken with the condition type. This will be one of the following:

  • = Equals
  • > Greater Than
  • >= Greater Than or Equal To
  • < Less Than
  • <= Less Than or Equal To
  • <> Not Equal To
Conditional Value

Type the value that is to be used with the operand and buying type. For example, 'Customer Order Count' '=Equals' '0', where '0' is the conditional value that suggests this is a first order.  

Applies to a specific Item or Category

You can make a promotion specific to an item, category or manufacturer. Set the option you want, or select 'Not applicable for this Condition Type' if appropriate. For the specific promotions, choose the record from the drop-down list. You can also specify a Purchase Product Quantity.

 

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