If you’d like to give your customers a discount in the first period of their subscription, you can set that up in the product. 

Let’s imagine you offer your services or products for €100 per month. However, you want your customers to get a discount of 10% for the first three months. You can set this up as follows:

1. Create the first payment rule with the amount including discount and duration of the discount

For the above example you would set that up like this:

  • Type: recurring
  • Amount: €90
  • Period: monthly
  • Frequency: every month
  • Process on: subscription day or day of choice
  • No. of times: 3 times

Note: even if the discount period is only for the duration of one month, it is still important to select 'recurring' as the type. If set to once, the amount will be charged simultaneously with the first period of the subscription.

2. Set up the next payment rule for 100% of the amount

After this period, you want your customers to pay the full amount. This works as follows:

  • Type: recurring
  • Amount: €100
  • Period: monthly
  • Frequency: every month
  • Process on: subscription day or day of choice
  • No. of times: forever (when the subscription continues until cancellation)

What happens when someone signs up for this product?

When someone signs up for this product, they will be charged an amount of €90 for the first 3 months. After this period, the next payment rule will be applied, meaning the customer will start paying €100 every month from that point on. 

Both payment rules together will look like this:

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