Amasty offers several reliable coupon-related extensions such as Special Occasion Coupons and Multiple Coupons. Today, we describe another useful solution called Generate and Import Coupons. With this Magento 2 module (note that there is the Magento 1 version as well), you can dramatically reduce the time necessary to generate and import multiple promo codes. The Amasty Generate and Import Coupons Magento 2 extension allows doing it in a couple of clicks. Furthermore, the module provides the ability to track coupon usage, so you will always know how your promo codes are utilized. Another important feature is related to affiliates: you can export an unlimited number of coupons and provide your partners with them.
Below, we shed light on the core features of the Amasty Coupon Code Generate Magento 2 module and explore its backend configuration.
- Ability to create an unlimited number of coupon codes;
- Coupon generation per cart price rule;
Customizable templates for accurate code generation;
Option to create coupons based on specific settings;
- Quick coupon editing;
- Import of coupon codes via CSV;
- Export of created coupons into CSV or XML file;
- Possibility to create deals for Groupon-like services and affiliate programs;
- Detailed reports on coupon usage;
- Ability to insert coupon codes into banners and shared URLs.
The Amasty Generate and Import Coupons Magento 2 module enables you to create multiple coupons per each cart price rule. So, there is no need to spend hours configuring the same cart price rule to get the necessary amount of codes for promotion. Alternatively, you can rely on the import and utilize a CSV file with promo codes that can be uploaded to the system within a few clicks. Thus, you can instantly assign multiple codes to a particular cart price rule.
The Magento 2 coupon code generator module allows store managers to use templates for automatic coupon generation. Templates for promo code creation are customizable, so a unique template can be used for each new promotion. Note that it is also possible to edit coupon properties from the coupons grid.
As for Groupon-like and affiliate features, the Amasty discount coupons Magento 2 module allows merchants to generate and export coupon codes for partners. You can export created coupon codes along with the details on the coupon usage and date of generation to a CSV or XML files in a couple of clicks. Then, you can share these files with your affiliates or deal hosting services for further promotion.
Besides, you can view stats on the usage of coupons and export related report data. The reports are generated automatically and help store owners to keep full track of each coupon’s usage.
Note that the Amasty Magento 2 Coupon Code Generate extension also enables users to create URLs that contain a coupon code for any of the website pages. Such links can be placed in the promo banners on your store so that your website visitors will be able to apply available discounts upon clicking on the banner automatically. Also, you can share coupon URLs with affiliates, so that the appropriate links will be placed on their websites, promoting your store.
Now, let’s proceed to the backend section of this coupon code generator Magento 2 module’s review, where we describe its functionality in more detail.
To manage coupons, go to Marketing -> Promotions -> Cart Price Rules. Here, you will see a grid with all cart price rules.
Now, let’s explore the functionality of the Amasty Generate and Import Coupons Magento 2 extension by editing on of the created rules. Upon clicking on a selected rule, you will be redirected to a new screen with the rule information and settings. There are 6 blocks of options here: Rule Information, Conditions, Actions, Labels, Manage Coupon Codes, and dotdigital Coupon URL Builder.
Let’s look closer at the Manage Coupon Codes tab since here you get the settings for generating and importing coupons. It is divided into 3 sections: Import Coupons, Generate Coupons by Template, and Generate Coupons. Besides, you can view a grid with existing coupon codes.
In Import Coupons, you need to choose whether to delete the available coupons or mix them with newly imported codes. Next, select a CSV file with coupon codes and hit the “Import” button.
The Generate Coupons by Template section allows you to specify the number of new coupons to create, decide whether to delete the existing codes or not, and create a custom template. You should use “L” for letters and “D” for digits in the template (you can also add other letters, but note that “L” and “D” will be replaced).
The Generate Coupons section includes more options. Here, you specify the number of codes to be generated and a code length (excluding suffix, prefix, and separators) and choose the destiny of the existing codes and a code format (alphanumerical, numerical, or alphabetical). Besides, it is possible to add prefix and suffix and define how separators will be placed among the characters. Then, hit the “Generate” button.
As for export, it can be performed from the grid with generated coupon codes, which you can see below. CSV and XML are available formats.
The dotdigital Coupon URL Builder section allows you to generate coupon code URLs. Note that an active Engagement Cloud account is required to use this feature.
As for statistics on the coupon usage mentioned above, they are available under Marketing -> Promotions -> Coupon Usage Report. The Usage Report screen shows all necessary analytical data in the grid that illustrates a rule name, coupon code, track number (if it is available), order number, grand total, status, and date and time of purchase.
Besides, you can check specific order details via the View link in the Action column.
The Amasty Generate and Import Coupons Magento 2 extension substantially improves the default coupon management, helping store owners to save time on routine tasks. It is no longer necessary to apply an individual approach to each promo code since everything is automated – you just need to create a template, and an unlimited number of codes will be generated. If you have affiliates, you can easily provide them with all the required content within a few clicks.
The Magento 2 module costs $189, while its predecessor can be purchased for $99. You can get them here:'