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How to use "Each N-th - Percent Discount: each 2-d, 4-th, 6-th with 15% off" action

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The guide below explains how to set up the rule ‘Percent Discount: each 2-d, 4-th, 6-th with 15% off’ of Special Promotions extension.

With this rule you can create promotions like

‘Each second (third, fourth, etc.) item for 50% off (or for free)’

 

Let’s observe the steps of the rule configuration.

Please open Admin Panel > Promotions > Shopping Cart Price Rules (click ‘Add New Rule’ button) > Actions.

 

Step 1.Choose ‘Percent Discount: each 2-d, 4-th, 6-th with 15% off’ action for the ‘Apply’ field.

Step 2. Use ‘Each N-th’ to specify a number of items a customer should buy to get a discount.

Step 3. Specify the appropriate conditions for rule applying. If you would like to provide for free or discount items only from a certain category or of a particular brand, etc, please indicate the category, brand, other conditions here.

 

 

And here's the result for the rule above.

 

 

 

The calculation for ‘Each N-th with Discount’ action works this way:

1. All items that meet the rule are counted and sorted by price from highest to lowest. Let’s say you have three items that meet the rule. They cost $50, $70 and $30. The extension will create a list with such order: $70, $50, $30.

2. After that each n-th product from the list is discounted (or made free). So if the rule is set as each second for 50% off, in our case the $50 product will discounted by 50%.


Are you looking for the guide for Magento 2 Special Promotion Pro? Watch this video tutorial about how to configure a promotion with a percentage discount for each 2-nd, 4-th, 6-th product.

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