This is your coupon code. This can be any number or letters you want. It uses the US-QWERTY Letters and numbers only. No other Unicode characters at this time.
PERCENT: This is to set a percentage off the total amount. The discount amount is variable and depends on the total price of what you are offering.
VALUE: This is a set dollar amount off the total amount. The discount amount is fixed and will not change, regardless of the price you are offering.
This is where you set the percent or dollar amount off the coupon.
This is how long you want the coupon to be good for. ONCE: The coupon is only good for a one time use or one billing cycle. FOREVER: The coupon will permanently reduce the price of the subscription. REPEATING: The coupon will be good only for that many billing cycles.
This is to limit the number of times the coupon can be used by all users.
Yes. You can simply set a limit on the coupon redemption amounts (such as 100) and when a coupon is used, it will show the remaining amount available. If 10 coupons are used, it will show that only 90 are remaining.
No. Coupons can only be used when creating a subscription and during checkout. You can manually apply discounts to the subscription in Stripe, but this is not something the customer can do.