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Adjust price after specified number of orders
Adjust price after specified number of orders

How to set a subscription discount/flat rate that changes after a number of successful payments

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You can set an initial discount in a subscription for a specific number of successful payments and define that the discount changes(decreases or increases) afterward for the remaining payments.

In this article:

What are the common applications?

Offering Free trial

You can offer free trials with this changing discount option, by setting a 100% discount for a specific number of successful payments and then changing to 0(or else) afterward.

Encouraging customers to subscribe

You can set a higher discount for the earlier payments to encourage your customer to subscribe and increase your subscription conversion rate.

Extra expenses in the first payment

If you want your customer to pay an extra fee in the first payment of their subscription, include this extra fee in your product price. Then in Subify, you can set the initial subscription discount lower than the second discount, to get to result.

How can I automatically adjust the discount/price of my subscriptions?

You can access this option from the Subscription plans> Selling plan > Offer discount or flat rateAdjust price after specified number of orders.

Follow these steps:

1- Go to the Subscription Plans tab.

2- Create a new Subscription plan.

3- Click on the Add/edit Selling plan.

4- Set the frequencies that you want.

5- Enable Offer discount or flat rate.

6. Set the initial discount or flat rate.

7. Enable Adjust price after specified number of orders.

8. Put the second discount in the <Change to> field.

9. In the <After> field, choose your preferred number of successful payments that you want the discount/flat rate to change afterward.

For example, if you set the initial discount to 50% and define to change it to 10% After 3 successful payments, Subify will automatically charge your customer for the product price with a 50% discount for the first three successful payments, and then they will get charged for the product price with a 10% discount afterward.
If one of these three payments is skipped or failed, it does not count as a successful payment.

Please note:

Editing a subscription plan won't change the previous subscription contracts and only affects the future subscriptions on your store.

How does adjusting the price look like on the product page?

When you adjust the price after a specified number of orders, a description will be added to the footer of the subscription widget on your product page that explains in more detail how the discount works and changes the price:

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