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Each promotion type has its own unique promotion form. However, all promotions consist of the same basic elements. Before you create a promotion, you should understand each of the following promotion elements:
Basic properties – identify the promotion. See Basic Properties of a Promotion.
Scheduling – limit promotion usage to a specific date range. See Scheduling Promotions.
Buy conditions – define what the customer needs to buy to be eligible for the discount. See Promotion Buy Conditions.
Get conditions – define what the customer will get from the promotion. See Promotion Get Conditions.
Coupon codes – let you apply promotions to a transaction. See Coupon Codes.
Targeting customers – limit promotion usage to specific customers or groups of customers. See Targeting Promotions at Specific Customers.
Sales channels – limit promotion usage to specific sales channels. See Setting Where Promotions Can Be Used.
Usage limits – limit how many times a promotion can be used by each customer. See Promotion Usage Limits.