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How to display a coupon code notice sitewide

Smart Coupons provide a powerful, “all-in-one” solution for gift cards, store credits, discount coupons, and vouchers extending the core functionality of WooCommerce coupons.

This doc article explains how using Smart Coupons, you can show a WooCommerce coupon code notice storewide.

Steps to display coupon code notice sitewide

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WooCommerce Coupon Code Notice Setting
  1. Go to your WordPress Admin panel. Click on Marketing > Coupons > Smart Coupons Settings.
  2. Locate the “Enable store notice for the coupon” option.
  3. Before setting a coupon, click on Preview to see how the storewide coupon code notice looks like. Note: The preview may differ based on your website’s theme & design.
  4. Once you’ve decided to display a coupon code notice sitewide, search and select the coupon code you want to show to your users. If you haven’t created any coupons, here’s how to create a coupon.
  5. The selected coupon code along with its description, if set, will be shown in a banner. If the description is not set, it will be automatically generated.
  6. Click on the ‘Save changes’ button.

That’s it.

WooCommerce Coupon Code Notice

The coupon code does not show up in search results

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If the coupon satisfies any of these cases, then it will not be shown in search results:

  • Coupon type = store credit/gift certificate. As explained here, since store credit/gift certificate is a monetary value assigned as a credit, it cannot be used here.
  • Coupon amount is 0.
  • Coupon is expired.
  • ‘Auto generate new coupons with each item’ option is enabled in the coupon.
  • ‘Disable email restriction?’ option is enabled.
  • Coupon is restricted to any email address under ‘Allowed emails’.