enter image description hereWhen it says "if an item is found in the ..." does that mean it's applying to a single product or is that just worded funny?

I keep getting my discount of Buy one get one applying to the one product. But we have 93 variations that I'd like to include as the offer not just 2 of each.

So one category, 93 products, get any one and get any other free is my goal. Is this possible?

  • Hi Daniel, we might need some more information. Where do you see this message, what are you trying to accomplish. Maybe include some screenshots – Sander Mangel Feb 5 '15 at 19:02
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    I added the picture. Like I said, I'm trying to get Product A, Product B in the cart. Then make Product C free. They can all be AAA, ABC, AAC, BBC, etc...I just need it to not make it stricty AAA, or BBB, or CCC. Hope that makes sense. – Daniel Feb 5 '15 at 19:07
  • Daniel, what this is saying. Is if all combinations of the conditions are true for A product in the cart. – Eirik Feb 5 '15 at 19:08
  • I'm afraid that if I'm understanding you correctly this is not possible with default Magento since you cannot use wildcards. Im I correct in understanding you? – Sander Mangel Feb 5 '15 at 19:11
  • Sander - - What a huge bummer. I thought shopping cart rules would apply to the shopping cart contents and not looking at individual products. What's a good way to do this then? – Daniel Feb 5 '15 at 19:14

Looking at both your question, and the comments you posted on your question, you can probably pull off what you want this way:

  • Condition: Product is in Category A.
  • Action: Apply: Buy X get Y free, Discount Qty Step (Buy X): 2, if Product is in Category A.

That will require the customer to have any three products from Category A in their cart, and 1 of them will be free. This will work if they have 3 products in their cart, or 6, or 9, etc. If you want to limit it to only one free item, set Maximum Qty Discount is Applied To: 1.

  • Tyler - that does work only the promotion is working like A x3, B x3, C x3 when I would like A x1, B x1, and C x1 (or any combination that totals 3) – Daniel Feb 6 '15 at 15:32

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