WooCommerce Coupon Fields

WooCommerce coupon fields are the sections where we can hide and show WooCommerce coupons. Offering them is a great way to keep your customers engaged. Being an owner, they are encouraged to complete a purchase and provide a great review of your products.

But there are some downsides to using coupons. When there are coupons for each product in your store, you can set a trend. If you are in line with this approach, then your customers will be trained to see coupons before buying your product.

If there is no coupon, they can stop the purchase until they find one. And worse, while they are waiting, some of them can buy the product from any of your competitors.

And if there are coupons, then it is more likely that your customers will receive coupons from one of your affiliates. This means that you are losing revenue on both the price of the product and the associated fees.

There are many ways to handle these situations? To deal with such issues and to get maximum profits many things can be done.

First of all, you can disable the coupon completely. Alternatively, you can use some smart techniques to stop customers from leaving the cart. It is also possible to use a premium extension in which coupons are automatically applied.

We will discuss all the three solutions which are given below:

How to remove the Coupon Field?

The entire coupon area can be removed completely if you want to do that. To do this, go to the WooCommerce> Settings page, click on the Out Checkout tab. Thereafter, uncheck ‘Enable Coupon Use’ and press the ‘Save Changes’ button. This will remove coupon field from everywhere in the website.

But we do not recommend this approach because using a coupon is a great benefit for your WooCommerce setup. Your customers can think that they are not getting the best deal in case you are not allowed coupons. As a result, they can begin to look elsewhere.

A better solution is to use coupons in smart ways. Continue reading to learn how to do this.

Smart Ways to Use Coupons

If you do not want to disable the coupon and also do not want to lose your customers, then there are many options for you. Let’s see who they are:

Linking the Coupons

You can add a link to the coupon available immediately after the code box. This is better if the link opens a small window with the coupon code. However, you can add a small section in case you are running a special promotion with clear instructions about the coupon.

When customers have a clear option to find all the available coupons from your website, they are less likely to abandon the cart and look for coupons.

Renaming the Coupon Field

Changing the name of the coupon field is another interesting idea. Generally, people look for text like ‘coupons’ or ‘discount’ on checkout pages. Unless you are using them, then you are safe.

Instead of ‘Traditional Applied Coupons,’ you can try some changes like ‘Promo Code’, Code Special Code, etc. while using them, your customers will think that they are part of a special promotion.

Therefore, to learn more about the promotion, check your website front page or special offer page.

Camouflaging the Coupon

It is also possible to quell the coupon code section. In this strategy, rename the coupon code section and put it in the expandable element. To move it further, you can shorten the size of the font.

When you do this, you will not get a traditional text area to provide coupons to customers. But if they get a promo code from somewhere, they will look closely and find promo sections.

Applying Reciprocity Plan

Last but not least, implementing the reciprocity plan can be another way to deal with customers who want a discount.

With some clever planning, you can ask customers for their email address in exchange for coupon codes. You have to do this before the customer enters on the checkout page.

Now, if the customer leaves the cart, then you still have an email address for future marketing. You can use randomized coupon codes to keep the process safe, and you can restrict the use of multiple coupons.