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How to Order Prints at Cost
How to Order Prints at Cost

To get prints from your Galleries at cost, apply a 100% off discount code at checkout

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Written by Becca
Updated over a week ago

If you want to get some sample prints for your studio or need to place an order on behalf of your client, we've got you covered!

All you have to do is create a discount code for 100% off, choose the Gallery you want to order from, and apply the discount when you're checking out. By using the discount, you'll only be charged for the lab costs associated with your order, without any additional markup from your Catalog. The cost of goods sold owed to the lab will be charged as a coverage payment to the card on file for your account.

Create a 100% Discount Code

In the Store, navigate to the Discount Code section and click Add Discount Code:

Create a subtotal discount code for 100% off. You can opt to include free economy shipping, but keep in mind that the shipping cost is still owed to the lab and will be included with the coverage payment charged to your card.

Click Save to make the discount code active!

Apply the Discount at Checkout

Head over to the Collection containing the Gallery you want to purchase prints from. Here, you can preview the Gallery as an owner to access the Store. Click Galleries & Apps, then click Preview on the Gallery you want to view.

In your Gallery, navigate to the Store and add the products you want to order to your cart. Head to checkout.

Click Proceed to Checkout, and in the Order Summary on the left-hand side of the page, you will see the option to apply a discount code. Enter the discount code and you will see the subtotal removed.

Proceed through the checkout process and place your order. Just like client orders, you'll be able to track the order progress in the Store. πŸ™Œ

If you have any questions or need additional help, feel free to contact us in the chat bubble in the lower right-hand corner of your dashboard. We're always happy to help!

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