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How can I create a Buy One Get One (BOGO) Offer with the Payment Tools Integration?Asked by jfreemom on October 18, 2013 at 11:23 AM
We would lije to offer a BOGO on registrations on our form. Is there anyway to do this with Jotform and the Paypal integretion?
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If I'm understanding your question correctly I believe you are basically seeking a way to offer a BOGO Deal on your Form for your customers who buy into one of your products.
I've looked at your form some more and the way it's set up but unfortunately I'm not able to think of a way to do this at the moment since I don't know of this being possible other then to modify the Product Options and adjust the Special Pricing. The problem with that though is that your users could then still purposely select this but you are more then welcome to play around with it some. The closest you could probably get to this is to use the Coupon Code feature that is built in to offer a certain amount or percentage to take off the total order which would discount this accordingly to readjust the total cost.
I took some time to think about this some more and try to figure out something. I think that the biggest issue with it is that the Payment Tool Conditions are currently very limited in rules and actions for Products so it's not going to make this ability ideal. It may be possible to do this with a Multiple Payment Setup but they submit separately via two different forms so that only creates more work for you though this is the closest that I can think of to get it to work for you in comparision.
If myself or one of my colleagues are able to figure out something better for this then we will certainly reply to you here with an update about how to do this. You may also want to consider turning this idea into a feature request if you wish.