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I am creating a form for ordering an unlimited amount of a customized product (as shown in the picture). enter image description here

I am trying to create a Discount Code (ANT20) that will take 20% off of the ENTIRE FORM TOTAL (not per item since the amount of items created is endless). I understand the coding for creating the calculations, but as you can see, it does not understand the field name 'total'. In fact, it doesn't understand any field names that I have attempted to use. I'm shooting in the dark because there is no way to find the actual field name of 'subtotal', or 'amount due', etc.

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This has to be an easy fix. I can't imagine the coders creating a sales form that cannot have a % of the entire order being taken off. Please help!

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You have two options for applying discounts to the entire order amount in Cognito Forms:

  1. Add additional fees and specify a negative percentage for a fixed discount amount.

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  2. Calculate the order subtotal before the discount using a calculation, and apply the discount to this subtotal. In your case the subtotal calculation would be =AddYourMeals.Sum(Total), and the discount calculation would be:

    =if CouponCode = "ANT20" then -0.2 * AddYourMeals.Sum(Total) else 0.

While you can access the order subtotal using this calculation, =Order.OrderAmount, you cannot apply a discount based on this amount because the discounts reduce the order amount.

  • Thank you for your help. I was able to make it work by using the =Order.OrderAmount label in my calculation. Thanks again! – karmicways Feb 3 '16 at 11:42

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