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Reward Exchange Rates
Reward Exchange Rates determine the number of points that are earned based on the order amount, as well as the value of the points earned. Different exchange rates can be applied to different websites and different customer groups. If multiple exchange rates from different websites and customer groups apply to the same customer, the following rules of priority apply:
Exchange Rate Priority
Applies to specific website and specific customer group.
Applies to all websites and a specific customer group.
Applies to a specific website and all customer groups.
Applies to all websites and all customer groups.
When converting currency to points, the amount of points cannot be divided. Any currency remainder is rounded down. For example, if $2.00 converts to 10 points, points will be earned in groups of $2.00. Therefore, a $7.00 order would earn 30 points, and the remaining $1.00 would be rounded down. The monetary amount of the order is defined as the amount which the merchant receives, or the grand total minus shipping, tax, discounts, store credit, and gift cards. The points will be earned the moment when there are no non-invoiced items in the order (all items are either paid or canceled). If an AdminThe password-protected back office of your store where orders, catalog, content, and configurations are managed. user does not want to allow customers to earn Reward Points for canceled orders, those points can be manually deducted from the Manage Customers page.
To set up exchange rates:
|1.||On the Admin sidebarThe right or left column of a two-column page layout., tap Stores. Then under Other Settings, choose Reward Exchange Rates.|
|2.||In the upper-right corner, tap Add New Rate.|
|3.||In the Reward Exchange Rate Information section, do the following:|
|a.||Set Website to the sites where the reward exchange rate applies.|
|b.||Set Customer Group to the groups where the reward exchange rate applies.|
|c.||Set Direction to one of the following:|
- Points to Currency
- Currency to Points
For either Direction setting, the amount is represented in the base currencyThe primary form of currency used in store transactions. of the website.
|4.||Enter the Rate values according to the Direction setting.|
Points to Currency In the first Rate field, enter the number of points. In the second Rate field, enter the monetary value of the points. Currency to Points In the first Rate field, enter the monetary value. In the second Rate field, enter the number of points that is represented by the monetary value.
When converting points to currency, the amount of points cannot be divided. For example, if 10 points converts to $2.00, points must be redeemed in groups of ten. Therefore, 25 points would redeem for $4.00, with 5 points remaining in the customer’s balance.
|5.||When complete, tap Save.|
The website(s) where the reward rates apply.
Determines which type of transaction the exchange rate define. Options include:
Points to Currency
Defines the number of points that can be applied as credit towards the amount of an order.
In the first rate field, enter the number of points. In the second Rate field, enter the monetary value of the points.
Currency to Points
Defines the amount of an order that can earn the customer a number of points.
In the first Rate field, enter the monetary value. In the second Rate field, enter the number of points represented by the monetary value.