- Buy 2 and get 1 free (often the cheapest)
- Buy 2 and get 1 free (repeat). That is Buy 4, get 2 free. Buy 6, get 3 free and so on
- Buy 2 and get the third item free (see FAQ at the bottom)
- Buy 2 Product A and get third quantity of Product A (same product) as free (see FAQ at the bottom)
- Buy any 1 product from Category A and get 1 product from Category B free (see FAQ)
NOTE: You will need the WooCommerce Discount Rules PRO version to configure these discount scenarios
Let's dive into the configuration
In this example, we used Specific Categories.
That is the rule applies to products from all the selected categories. Make sure you check the box to count quantities cumulatively.
If you need this to apply for a specific products only, you can choose Specific products as well.
Adjustment type should be set to product discount and the apply for should be: Cheapest among all items in cart (which means the rules applies to items add to the cart. Cheapest item from the cart will be offered free)
Make sure to choose the Dynamic Item count. This will ensure that it will find and apply the discount to cheapest items automatically hierarchically.
You can configure more ranges if you think your customers might purchase more quantities in a cart.
Scenario 1: A simple Buy 2 and get 1 cheapest among them free
What if customer adds 7 quantities of three different products to cart?
There are 7 quantities available. So as per the rule 3 quantities of the cheapest item (Grey Tshirt) is offered free
What if customer buy 7 quantities and there only 2 Grey shirts are in the cart ?
The 2 Grey shirts will be discounted. And the plugin will find the second cheapest item, which is Backpack. So 1 quantity of the Backpack is offered free.
What if customer added 1 high value item and 2 cheapest items to cart ?
The customer will get ONE Tshirt free. He will be charged for the second quantity. Because he is eligible for only 1 free quantity here.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How to provide Buy 2 and get the third cheapest product free ?
In other words, this means: Buy 3 products and get 1 cheapest among them free.
So just alter the Min and Maximum quantity range.
The cart will look like
2. How to provide "Buy 2 Product A and get third quantity free"
That is, the BOGO applies only for purchasing specific product.
example: Buy 2 quantity of Wallet and get the third quantity free.
Note: You need to choose the apply for as: More than one cheapest from selected. And choose the same product as in the conditions tab.
If customer purchases 3 Wallets, he will get 1 free
If customer purchases 6 wallets, he will get 2 free
3. How to provide "Buy any 1 from Category A and get 1 from Category B
In the conditions tab, make sure you choose the specific category that sets the eligibility.
In the discount tab, choose the Apply for as "More than one cheapest from Selected Categories"
In the above example, customer gets 1 product free from "shoe" category, when he purchases 2 products from "shirts" category.
NOTE: The customer has to add the product from Shoe category to get the discount.