WooCommerce Coupon Usage

WooCommerce Coupon Usage | ElliotVS


Display WooCommerce coupon usage statistics on your website frontend.

Allow affiliates to view their coupon stats on a page, via a unique link.

Simply add shortcode [couponusage] to a page to get started.

Coupon page shows:

  • Coupon code
  • Discount type
  • Total order amount via coupon
  • Total amount saved via coupon
  • Total referrer commission earned via coupon
  • Latest orders that have used the coupon (order amount, discount, amount after discount, commission)

Premium features:

  • Formatted Tables: Turn your recent orders list to a nice formatted table.
  • Monthly Summary (1 Year): Show a table with a summary of past 12 months orders, and total statistics for that coupon for each month in the past 12 months.
  • Export Summary CSV File: Enable a button on coupon pages to export an Excel (CSV) file with a 12 months summary of the individual coupons usage statistics for each month.
  • Display a single coupon usage stats directly on a page via shortcode such as [couponusage coupon=”SUMMER20″]
  • Display the coupons assigned to the logged in user, use the shortcode: [couponusage-user] – You will need to assign users to specific coupons by editing a coupon, then updating the setting “Assign to User”.
  • Set custom commission amount for individual coupons.
  • More coming soon…


Admins will see a list of all coupon stats and their unique link on this page, which can be shared with users/affiliates for them to view their coupon usage stats.

A variety of settings are available in the WordPress admin (Settings > Woo Coupon Usage) to modify or hide certain information/stats that are shown on the coupons page.

Suggestions or found a bug?

If you have any suggestions for additional functionality, or have found a bug, please get in touch.


  1. Upload ‘woocommerce-coupon-usage’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Insert shortcode [couponusage] into a page, then visit this page to get started.
  4. Modify additional plugin settings in WordPress admin menu item “Woo Coupon Usage”.
  5. Optional: Upgrade to the Premium version via “Woo Coupon Usage” > “Upgrade” on the admin menu.

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