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We are launching a new e-commerce store soon. When a customer placed an order for first time then we want to give a unique coupon code to customer.

In Magento we have option for cart rules and catalog rules but not for customer or sales related options.

Any one suggest me how can I do this marketing?

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It's better to use a module like this. Please check below link mate

https://ecommerce.aheadworks.com/magento-2-extensions/coupon-code-generator

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    While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. - From Review – Mohit Kumar Arora Feb 13 at 5:45
  • It is a module. He has to purchase that to use it. No way to add all codes here of that dude. – Prasad D. Warnakulasuriya Feb 13 at 6:02
  • add some content/hint related to module, otherwise, you can add a link by commenting, no need to create an answer – Ketan Borada Feb 13 at 13:28
  • ok thanks for your advice – Prasad D. Warnakulasuriya Feb 13 at 15:53
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You can simply create customer segment to identify the customers who placed their first order and assign that segment in cart price rules with auto generated coupons. This way, you can control the customer who is opting for the discount.

Again, you have to manually email the coupon to customer who placed their first order.

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I can recommend our free email marketing module for Magneto - https://marketplace.magento.com/sendernet-synergia-sendercommerce.html

Sender offers free plan up to 2500 subscribers and 15000 emails/month. It will be enough resources to send coupon code. Sender also have function to send abandoned cart email.

Here's you can read more information about Sender plugin features - https://www.sender.net/

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  • I need it for magento2 but this one is magento1.x – Dinesh Apr 28 at 14:34

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