How to Discount Strategically

Alastair Kidner

Alastair Kidner

Customer Success Director

Jamie Wells

Jamie Wells

Go Certify

Courtney Maggs-Jones

Courtney Maggs-Jones

Uniqodo

When it comes to incentivising customers, it’s easy to default to using a discount. This strategy may boost your conversion rate but blanket discounting is actually draining your margins and tarnishing your perceived brand value. 

However, if you use discounts more strategically you can actually boost your AOV and improve conversion rates. 

Some examples of strategic discounting:

  •  For those who deserve it
    • Closed user groups
    • Target specific user groups that meet your ICP

  • For VIP customers
    • Those who have a high life time value 
    • Those who have a high frequency of purchase
    • Those who are part of your loyalty programme

  • For those who need an extra incentive
    • Those who show signs of abandoning
    • Those who leave items in the basket

  • For those who have completed a valuable action
    • Social follow
    • Email subscription
    • Met a spending threshold
    • Joined loyalty programme

We’re releasing a new episode on “Your Ultimate Guide to AOV” every week. Give us your email below for access to all 7 episodes

We’ll be interviewing industry experts who’ll be sharing tried and tested tactics you can use to boost AOV. As we head closer to peak season, we want to help you retain and grow your AOV in a period where discounting will help your drive volume and sales but ultimately will be detrimental to your AOV and profit margins.

Details of the entire series including all videos…

Hear from the experts

Tune into our 10-minute episodes all about how you can implement AOV boosting strategies.

Episode 1

Why should we care about AOV?

Episode 2

Upselling, Cross-selling & Down Selling

Episode 3

How to optimise Google Shopping for higher AOV

Episode 4

How to optimise PDP & Basket Page

Episode 5

How to Discount Strategically

Episode 6

What is dynamic recommendations

Episode 7

How to measure the ROI & prove Incrementality