Hi! My client's store is offering a buy-one-get-one coupon. They want to limit the amount of free stuff they give to any single customer. I'd like to place a dollar value limit on the coupon. Here is my current configuration:
Coupon Type: Discount by a percentage based on the quantity
This effectively limits the "buy-one-get-one" to a total of 3 free items per order.
An unexpected problem I am now running into: a few items in the store are significantly more expensive than average. And the store owner does not want to give away too many of these expensive items in any single order.
My first thought was to use categories to exclude certain items from the offer. However, we already have categories established for other offers (free shipping, retailers only, etc.). So unless I can assign a single product to multiple categories, that approach would conflict with other aspects of the store.
Is it possible to limit the buy-one-get-one to a certain price, instead of a limiting on quantity of items?
Here's an example product: http://www.freshisbest.com/natural-pet-food/dog-food-freeze-dried/chicken-turkey-beef-dog-food-freeze-dried.html
We are using Foxycart version 1.1
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.