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Loyalty (or bonus) points program can help merchants encourage their customers to place repeat orders.

osCommerce v4 is coming with Loyalty points program feature (likely to be an add-on).

Every product can have two points values - the amount it "costs" in points, and the amount it can give the customer if the customer buys it. 

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Value of points the customer can gain by buying this or that product can be displayed on product info pages and product listings too.

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During the Checkout, existing customers can see their balance in points and choose to redeem certain amount of points, using loyalty points as a payment method.

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Points can be checked, and edited in the back end for each customer.

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Further developments may include some more advanced promotional mechanisms that will involve loyalty points.

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Very nice. How about gift certificates?


The water in a vessel is sparkling; the water in the sea is dark. The small truth has words which are clear; the great truth has great silence.

- Rabindranath Tagore

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Would you please make a simple   Loyalty Discount app like this one. 
I really need it.

Customer Loyalty Discount Scheme Module.
The purpose of this order total module is to provide a basic Customer Loyalty Program/Discount Scheme, that rewards customers with discounts against each order based upon the amount they have spent in prior periods.

This module, at the time of a customer order being placed, totals up the value of all previous orders this customer has placed over a pre-defined (in admin) rolling period of time and then applies a discount rate to this order according to a table of discount rates also pre-defined (in admin) that correspond to the amount spent over the rolling period.

For example, in admin you have set the pre-defined rolling period to a month, and set up a table of discounts that gives 5.0% discount if they have spent over £1000 in the previous month (i.e previous 31 days, not calendar month), or 7.5% if they have spent over £1500 in the previous month.

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4 hours ago, poj_ud said:

Would you please make a simple   Loyalty Discount app like this one. 
I really need it.

Customer Loyalty Discount Scheme Module.
The purpose of this order total module is to provide a basic Customer Loyalty Program/Discount Scheme, that rewards customers with discounts against each order based upon the amount they have spent in prior periods.

This module, at the time of a customer order being placed, totals up the value of all previous orders this customer has placed over a pre-defined (in admin) rolling period of time and then applies a discount rate to this order according to a table of discount rates also pre-defined (in admin) that correspond to the amount spent over the rolling period.

For example, in admin you have set the pre-defined rolling period to a month, and set up a table of discounts that gives 5.0% discount if they have spent over £1000 in the previous month (i.e previous 31 days, not calendar month), or 7.5% if they have spent over £1500 in the previous month.

Thanks, will consider that as well.

Currently it is possible to use various customer / price groups, but will discuss the idea of automated accumulated discounts with the dev team. Or perhaps this will be an opportunity for the osCommerce development partners to create such a discount module!

 

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Yes definitely a V4 Add On. I would charge for this one.  (Very few of our customers use the currect Add On.)


Kym

Projects Director @ ozEworks.com

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