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I'm trying to set up a cart rule in which I only offer free shipping

I added a new cart rule with these conditions:

cart rule conditions

Then I try to place an order, I choose 'Flat rate' as shipping method, I apply 'Test3' coupon code, but I don't see any discount in shipping amount.

Where is my mistake?

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  • did you add any conditions in the 'Conditions' section? – Diana Botean Feb 23 at 9:27
  • no condition, I would like to apply the rule aways, when I add 'test3' coupon to the cart – Davide Iandoli Feb 23 at 9:35
  • roger that. well, i don't have a 2.3.2 instance, but i tried on 2.4.1 and apparently something is wrong when using the flat rate - in cart it shows 0 shipping, but in the checkout, it's the rate you set on the method. However, this doesn't happen when using table rate. very interesting.. – Diana Botean Feb 23 at 9:38
  • should we open an issue to magento developers' team? – Davide Iandoli Feb 23 at 9:55
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    let's try something before i promote this as an answer - change the Free Shipping dropdown to For matching items only and tell me if it's working for you. On m2.4.1 it works properly in combination with the flat rate, showing 0 shipping in both cart, checkout and submitted order. – Diana Botean Feb 23 at 10:25
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I did some research on this and while the documentation about free shipping for any order says you should add 'For shipment with matching items' value on the 'Free Shipping' dropdown, I found that this doesn't work as is supposed to in our specific scenario as we want the shipping cost to be 0 on our delivery method.

Solution is to add set the 'Free Shipping' dropdown to 'For matching items only' value.


Later edit: In the context of the thread https://magento.stackexchange.com/a/332124/35330 I explained all scenarios and the difference between the settings. The rule works fine with both 'For matching items only' and 'For shipment with matching items' options, but there is a difference in using them. Check that thread for more details (I added several explanatory screenshots too to prove the behavior).

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