Coupon Codes and Checkout Woes

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  1. Given that not all users will have a coupon code, how could I integrate this in a way that wasn’t distracting, but also easy to find for users who do need it
  2. Business objective: capture users’ credit card information so that they don’t experience an interruption of service when the coupon code expires.

Option 1: Alongside Credit Card Information

Option 2: Separate Checkout and Payment Pages

Checkout summary, then the hard part: credit card details

Where to go from here?

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