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I am displaying a promo code that the user submits by using {promo_code}, but now I also want to display the 'base discount' value for the promo code. I tried to use {promo_code_value}, but this seems to be blank even though the R100 value of the promo code is reflected in the {order_discount} tag.

Any other suggestions on what I could try?

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  • Just for some more info for someone else maybe: This seems to be a bug with Expresso Store at the moment. The {promo_code_value} tag is hardcoded as NULL, so that the tag parses, but always gives you an empty value.
    – telliks
    Aug 27, 2014 at 5:14
  • I thought that must be a bug..
    – heinkasner
    Aug 28, 2014 at 7:11

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The tag {order_discount} should give you the amount of money that's being discounted from the customers cart?

This will be formatted for currency, if you just want it as a numeric value, simply use {order_discount_val}.

You have:

  • {order_subtotal} (The amount before the discount)
  • {order_discount} (The amount of the discount being applied)
  • {order_total} (The total after the discount has been applied and after tax/shipping).

Or have I misinterpreted the question?

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  • Hey, thanks. This makes sense. My problem is getting the value of only the promo code and not any other discounts. I want to display the value of that specific promo code though.
    – heinkasner
    Aug 21, 2014 at 11:47

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