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we are using Magento version 1.9.2.3 and we want to make one promotion on our site. We have some products in one specific category and our promotion will be: "Buy product from category 70 and get other products free for same price."

The problem is that the products from category 70 have different prices and we can't fix the discount. The discount have to be exactly as the product's price.

I made Conditions - "If ALL of these conditions are TRUE: If an item is FOUND in the cart with ALL of these conditions true: Category is 70", but can't handle with the Actions

  • Apply: Percent of Product price discount; Discount Amount: 100;
  • Apply the rule only to cart items matching the following conditions:

If ALL of these conditions are TRUE: Category is not 70.

Now the rule is working, but there is no limit of discounting and clients can add products for free by undefined amount.

Can you help me with this kind of promotion? We want when someone buys a product from category 70, he can get other products for the price of this product. Can this be done with Magento's Shopping cart price rules?

Thank you in advance.

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If you limited the offer to 1 per customer you could do the following for each product at the different price points:

Conditions: If ALL of these conditions are TRUE :
If total quantity is equal or greater than 1 for a subselection of items in cart matching ALL of these conditions: SKU is PRODUCT A

Actions:
Fixed Amount Discount for Whole Cart
Discount Amount - Price of PRODUCT A
If ANY of these conditions are TRUE :
SKU is one of PRODUCT B, PRODUCT C etc

Beyond this I think it is "impossible" in the standard Magento model.

You need a module that provides a Buy one Get One free feature for different products. Unfortunately, Magento's in built BOGOF (Buy X Get Y Free) feature will only apply the discount to a single SKU. I have not used but did consider once the Amasty Special Promotions module and believe this may do what you want - their help desk should be able to answer this.

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