If you want to offer a discount on membership for a temporary timeframe, but still want to remind customers of the full price, this code example for you. Users will see (and pay) the discounted price, but will be reminded of the regular price so they know they are getting a deal.



How it Works

  1. For this example, we have a membership level that is regularly $97 but we are offering a temporary discount ($50 savings) on membership.
  2. We’ve updated the membership level price to have an initial payment of $47, then used this code recipe (and the pmpro_level_cost_text filter to show the price as pictured above.
  3. When you are finished offering the discount, just update your membership level price and remove the code recipe from your site.

The Code Recipe

This code recipe requires a PMPro Plus Account or higher.

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Need help getting this to work?

The specific example above may not work for the discount you are offering, so just post to our members-only support forum (PMPro Plus or Unlimited members) and we will help you modify the level’s price display to show your unique promotion.


I would like to know if the free version can establish a limit of subscriptions for each one. for example.

Free – only 20 subscriptions
Standard – 60 subscriptions
Premium. 40 subscriptions

Is this possible. Thank you very much in advance

regards

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