OpenCart 1.5.x now includes the ability to use a Reward Point system. For example, people who purchase a product can get a point, then you can use those points to purchase other items. The amount of points a products gives, or costs can be setup from the OpenCart Dashboard.

In this tutorial we will show you how to use the Reward Point system in OpenCart.

Enable the Reward Point System:

  1. Login to the OpenCart Dashboard.
  2. Roll your mouse over Extensions, and click Order Totals.
    selecting menu option
  3. Reward Points are Enabled by default. If for some reason it is not, click the Edit link, change the Status to Enabled, and click the Save button.
    enabled reward points options
    You will then see a message stating "Success: You have modified reward points total!"

Setting the Number of Points a product Gives/Costs:

  1. Login to the OpenCart Dashboard.
  2. Roll your mouse over Catalog, and click Products
  3. Click Edit next to the product you want to work with.
  4. On the Products page, click the Reward Points tab.
    selecting tab
    The Reward Points tab lets you set 2 options, and looks like this:
    accessing options
    Below is a brief description of the options, click the Save button when you are finished entering your settings:
    Options Description
    Points In this section you can set the amount of points required to purchase a product. Set to 0 if you don't want customers to purchase this product with points.
    Customer Group You can set how many reward points this group gets when they purchase this product. Your Customer Groups will be listed here, for more information see our guide on Creating Groups in OpenCart

  5. Now, if you have reward points when you checkout, you can select Use reward Points:
    view of payment options

Congratulations, now you know how to use the Reward Point system in OpenCart.
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