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Looking for a way to apply flexible discounts to your Gravity Forms submissions? This resource is for you. With GF eCommerce Fields’ Discount field, adding discounts couldn’t be easier.

**Do you have some practical examples?**

Yup! Try these on for size.

- Apply 10% discount if user opts to pay for a year of your service in advance.
- Apply a $10 discount to a specific product on your form.
- Offer a 25% discount on the order if the user is a registered member of your site.

The possibilities abound!

## Overview

- Overview
- Step 1 - Install & Activate GF eCommerce Fields
- Step 2 - Add a Discount Field to Your Form
- Step 3 - Configure the Discount Amount
- Preview the Form
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- Bonus!

## Step 1 Install & Activate GF eCommerce Fields

Let’s get started by installing and activating the GF eCommerce Fields plugin.

## Step 2 Add a Discount Field to Your Form

Next, let’s add a Discount field to your form. You will find the Discount field button under the “Pricing Fields” field group on the right side of the form editor.**Multiple Discount Fields**

You can add as many Discount fields as you require. Use Gravity Forms’ powerful conditional logic to conditionally apply the discount to the order. Discount fields hidden via conditional logic will not be applied to the order.

## Step 3 Configure the Discount Amount

Now we’re ready to specify how much the discount should be. Discount fields accept a flat amount (e.g. $10.00) or a percentage (e.g. 10%).

**Product-specific Discounts**

If you would like to only apply the discount to specific products or exclude specific products from being included in the discounted amount, you can specify the products to include/exclude via the “Applicable Products” section.

## Preview the Form

That’s it! When you preview your form, you’ll see percentage-based Discount fields automatically adjust and flat-rate Discount fields just look darn good.

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## Bonus!

You can do some really cool stuff with Discount fields. Here are a few bonus tips to do even more with Gravity Forms discounts.

### Discounts based on the Total

Want to apply a 10% discount on orders of $100 dollars? Here’s a quick crash course.

Add a Number field. | |

Enable calculations and include {subtotal} merge tag in the formula. | |

Base Discount conditional logic on the value of the Number field. |

### Date or Time-sensitive Discounts

Want to provide a discount if your customers register before a certain date? GF eCommerce Fields works with GF Conditional Logic Dates to allow date/time-sensitive discounts.

Follow these instructions to setup conditional logic based on the current date. | |

Apply that condition to your Discount field. |

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Chris says

When a discount applies to a specific product (instead of the entire form), is there any change to how the product field (specifically the pricing) is displayed?

What I would like is a way to display the “normal price” crossed out, and then the new discounted price next to it.

David Smith says

Such a cool idea but it not currently supported. It would just show the Discount field wherever it appears on the form and there would be no visible change to the Product price.

Michael says

We have 3 products and two price points ($39.95 and $49.95) and want to offer a $10 discount for buying 2 and a $15 discount for buying three. Can I create a discount based on the total price? IF total is between $79 to $90, give $10 discount; IF total is greater than $90 give $15 discount. Exact would also work: IF total = $79.90 or $89.90, subtract $10; IF total = 129.85, subtract $15.

And can I do this with the standard Discounts based on the Pricing, or would I require use of a snippet?

David Smith says

Hi Michael, if you create a Number field, enable calculations on this field, and set the formula to the {subtotal}, you will have an easy way to do total-based conditions. You could then create two Discount fields and show/hide the appropriate discount based on the total. No snippet required. 🙂

mw says

How about applying a discount for how many checkboxes are checked? http://prntscr.com/odimr2

This is within a Gravity Forms ==> WooCommerce context

(WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons plugin)

David Smith says

We have a snippet that will let you capture the number of checkboxes checked in a Number field on the form. You can then use use conditional logic on the Discount field to show or hide based on that number.

Kev says

Hi, can you confirm that the discount can be automatically applied if the number entered into a Single-Product’s qty field is above a certain amount the conditional logic will show the discount and adjust the total?

e.g. if customer selects upto ten of one $10 item, price = $10 each but if the customer selects over ten of same item price = $9 each

Thanks.

David Smith says

That would be a better fit for our Conditional Pricing plugin. Here’s a walkthrough: https://gravitywiz.com/setup-bulk-pricing-gravity-forms/