How do I set up point spending rate?
Point spending rate is specified in Stores > Configuration > Amasty > Reward Points > Point Earning and Spending Calculation > Points Spending Rate:
By default, it's set to '1'. That means that 1 applied point is equal to 1 currency unit of discount in the cart:
If you'd like to update the point spending rate, please specify the number of points that would be equal to 1 currency unit. For example, you'd like to give 1 unit of discount for 10 applied reward points:
How to exclude specific products from the reward points earning rule?
According to the logic of the Reward Points extension, the feature of excluding products from the rule is available for the "Get X Points for Each $Y Spent" action. To achieve the desired results, please select the mentioned action, and ...
How to add x1.5 points for a specific category?
In order to configure the x1.5 reward points rate for the product from a specific category, two separate rules should be created: the general one, and the rule for the required category. So if your general rule is "Get 10 Points for each ...
How do I import the reward point data?
Out of the box, importing the information about the reward points is not supported at the moment. Alternatively, you can adjust this information manually in the Customers > All Customers > required customer account > Reward Points tab:
Will I be able to reward end customers with points, or can your Reward Points and Affiliate extensions be combined to achieve this?
Out of the box, the Affiliate extension doesn’t have an option to provide customers with points. Reward Points and Affiliate are separate extensions that work individually and are not integrated with each other. As an option, the admin ...
Why does the ‘Highlight Promotion’ feature fail to work?
The 'Highlight Promotion' feature is useful at stimulating purchases thanks to advertising messages. Customers will see information about the number of reward points they can receive upon making a purchase, registering an account, etc. In ...
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