Let's take a look at the conditions/options found on a campaign page and how they work.

This is an campaign page:

You can give the campaign a title and then start adding offers; each campaign can have a maximum of five offers.

Following that, you may configure the condition so that, if it is met, the offer will be shown on the checkout page.

Display location at Checkout page

Offer Display Method:

  • Use global settings:

    This option is based on the setting page option.

  • Before payment gateways:

  • Bottom of the checkout page:

  • Before place order button:

  • After place order button:

Display Method:

  • Offer Display Method:

  1. All Offer:

    On the checkout page, this option will displays all the created offers.

  2. Random offer:

    Any one of the offers will be randomly displayed.

  3. A/B Testing:

    This will also randomly display one offer (i.e.., A offer will displays, next B offer will be displayed), and based on the user-selected offer, we can analyse the best offer.


Set conditions (optional):

You can also target the customers and display specific offers based on certain conditions.

Note: This conditional section is optional.

Example: Show a 50% offer on an iPhone Case, when a customer has an iPhone in their cart.

The following conditions are available now:

  1. Products in the cart:

    You can limit the display of the offer only when their cart has certain products. If you would like to do so, you can choose products here.

  2. Categories of Item in the cart:

    You can show an offer only when the items in the cart belong to a particular category.

    Example: Show 10% on 1 year additional warranty if the items in cart belong to the Television category.

  3. Cart Subtotal:

    Show an offer based on the cart subtotal. Useful when you want to trigger an upsell if the customer purchases above a certain value.

  4. Cart Item Count:

    If the cart added item is equal to or greater than your expected item count then you can choose this option.

  5. User role:

    According to the user you can provide a discount.

  6. Days:

    For specific days alone you can provide/exclude the discount.

    You can keep multiple conditions in a single campaign, and you can also choose whether to display campaign when all condition-matched or any one condition-matched.


  1. Match All:

    Only this campaign will be shown if all of the conditions are met.

  2. Match any:

    This campaign will be displayed if any one of the conditions is matched.

Status & Priority:

  • Status:

    You can enable active status, but when you disable the campaign, it will be saved in draft and not displayed.

  • Priority:

    According to the priority it will pick one offer from the campaign that will be exhibited first on the checkout page.

    Note: Do not use the same priority number for multiple offers.

Scheduling offer (optional):

  • Scheduling your offer:

    Here the campaign can be scheduled for a particular period of time, that offer will be available only for a set period.


Here, you can view the offer created and updated by whom and when status.

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