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How to display Post-purchase Upsell offers, When order total is greater than or equal to $500
How to display Post-purchase Upsell offers, When order total is greater than or equal to $500

Learn how to create Post-purchase campaign using WooCommerce Checkout Upsell

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Written by Joel Porselvan
Updated over a week ago


In this scenario, When a customer purchases a product worth $500 or more, show them the post-purchase upsell offer.

This user guide explains how to create a Post-purchase Campaign using Checkout Upsell for WooCommerce.

Please note that before proceeding, you must have installed and activated the Checkout Upsell. It is important to note that this feature requires the PRO version.

Creating an offer:

  • Go to WordPress dashboard -> Checkout Upsell -> Create new campaign -> choose “Post-purchase Upsell”.

  • Click on the button “Add offer”.

Here is the screenshot of the offer configuration that follows,

Detail of configurations are:

Step 1: Choose the offer product (Sunglass) which you want to display in the offer page by typing a few characters of the product name and set a quantity for the selected offer product or adjust the quantity based on your requirement.

Step 2: Choose the “Discount Type” as Fixed Discount and set the value as 20%. You also have the option to choose other discount types as Percentage discount, free and No discount.

Step 3: You have successfully created a offer, click on the button “Add offer”

Step 4: Now choose the Conditions as “Order Total”, In list Greater than or equal to (>=), You also have the option to choose other conditions.

Step 6: Once you are successfully created a campaign click Save and Close.

Other details shown in the below screenshot are (optional):

Overall usage limit: The "Overall usage limit" refers to a maximum number of times an offer can be used by all customers in whole. Something like early-bird offers for the first 5 users or 10 users.

For example, if the limit is 100, the offer can only be applied to a total of 100 orders, regardless of the number of customers. Once the limit is reached, the offer will get disabled automatically.

Usage limit per customer: The “Usage limit per customer” refers to a restriction on the number of times a specific upsell offer can be claimed by an individual customer. It sets a maximum limit on the usage of the upsell for each customer.

For example: If the usage limit per customer is set to 3, it means that each customer can only claim the offer up to a maximum of 3 times. Once a customer has claimed the offer 3 times, they will no longer be able to avail the offer.

Now, we have successfully created an offer,

Let's see how it works on the offer page.

Some of the above discussed scenarios requires PRO

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