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Gifting guests' online carts

Mar 9, 2017
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Hi, I'm a new consultant and just had my very first sale (on a facebook show). I want to gift my first customer with either a small product or maybe free shipping but I don't know how to do that. I saw in her cart that I can add items, but how do I pay for the items added. And how can I pay for her shipping if I decide to go that route?
I tried searching the forum for this but I must not be using the right words.
Thanks in advance!
 

chefjeanine

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See where it says "Additional Options"? Click on this and it will give you Consultant Gift as a choice. You can pay the amount for the item you are gifting (don't forget the tax) or the shipping amount or whatever amount you want to put in. You will be able to retrieve this information (Consultant Gifts) at tax time -- for your deductions.
 
Mar 9, 2017
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See where it says "Additional Options"? Click on this and it will give you Consultant Gift as a choice. You can pay the amount for the item you are gifting (don't forget the tax) or the shipping amount or whatever amount you want to put in. You will be able to retrieve this information (Consultant Gifts) at tax time -- for your deductions.

Sorry! I thought I replied to this early last week, I must not have hit the post button.
Thank you so much for your help! It seems pretty obvious now that it's been pointed out to me (Usually the case I guess).
 
Mar 17, 2017
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View attachment 26670
See where it says "Additional Options"? Click on this and it will give you Consultant Gift as a choice. You can pay the amount for the item you are gifting (don't forget the tax) or the shipping amount or whatever amount you want to put in. You will be able to retrieve this information (Consultant Gifts) at tax time -- for your deductions.
amazing. How dis you do that?
 
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