How to Display Upsell Offer Pages In MemberPress

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MemberPress is a fantastic WordPress plugin to run membership sites and to sell products online.

But one thing it does not do is to present an one-click upsell offer. There is no way to get around this limitation until MemberPress starts to support it.

However, you can still present upsell offer pages using MemberPress after someone has just purchased one of your membership offerings. The only drawback is that they will have to again enter their Credit Card details to purchase your upsell offer. Not such a bad thing if you ask me.

So if you are interested in displaying an upsell offer page using MemberPress then here’s how you can do it.

How to Display Upsell Offer Page When You Are Selling Just One Membership

This is actually very easy.

In the Pages tab on MemberPress Options page, set the MemberPress Thank You Page field to the page that has your upsell offer.

Memberpress Options Thank You Page Setup

That’s it. And don’t forget to add a link or text on the upsell page to tell people how they can access their recent purchase in case they are not interested to buy your upsell offer.

How to Display Upsell Offer When You Are Selling Multiple Memberships

If are selling multiple memberships on your website then you might want to display different upsell offers for each of your memberships.

At the time of writing this article, it is not possible to do this in MemberPress.

MemberPress allows you to set only one Thank You page in its settings on MemberPress Options page.

And you cannot override this Thank You page on the membership page either.

Membership Page Thank You Page Setup

However, MemberPress does allow you set a Custom Thank You Page Message on each membership page.

Membership Page Thank You Message

You can use this Custom Thank You Page Message field to display your upsell offer page.

Here is how you can do this in 2 different ways.

Display Individual Upsell Offer Pages Per Membership Using a Plugin

I got this little hack from Spencer over at MemberPress support team.

Install this free plugin: Shortcode Redirect from WordPress repository.

Then put the below shortcode in Custom Thank You Page Message field on the membership page.

[redirect url=’’ sec=’0′]

Don’t forget to set the “url” to your Upsell page URL.

Now when someone purchases this membership, they will temporarily hit the thank you page that you have set on the Pages tab on MemberPress Options page, and then they will be redirected to the URL that you have set in the above shortcode.

However, I did not want to use this method.

I usually do not use a free plugin unless it has large number of installs like Contact Form 7, Yoast SEO etc. or it comes from a well know plugin author like Genesis Simple Share from Studiopress, Beaver Builder from Fast Line Media etc.

I do this because you never know when the plugin author decides to stop supporting the plugin and you might end up having to replace all the content that you created with the plugin.

So, I searched for another workaround and got the answer in HTTP Refresh.

Display Individual Upsell Offer Pages for Every Membership Using HTTP Refresh

Instead of putting a shortcode from any plugin into the Custom Thank You Page Message field, you can put the below code in that field.

<meta http-equiv=”Refresh” content=0; URL=”” />

Again, don’t forget to set the “URL” to your Upsell page URL.

This code will also redirect everyone who purchases the membership to the upsell offer page URL that you have set in the above code.

This might not be the ideal way to present upsell offers. But until MemberPress allows us to set a Custom Thank You Page per membership, this workaround should work.

Do you have any other ideas on displaying upsell offers in MemberPress? Please share them below. We can always learn from each other.

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