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Regarding your question: The Pro Coupon Code is what applies the discount, in your case the $1 trial. If you configure your Pro-Form Shortcode to include a trial, then anyone who signs up via that button/form will automatically get the trail, with or without a coupon.
For your monthly button, as you have the shortcodes configured above, what will happen is those WITHOUT a coupon will be charged $17.85 for the first 90 days, and then charged $5.95/month thereafter (they won’t be charged $5.95 for the first month, but instead will be required to pay 3 months: $17.85). If someone uses the coupon code, then yes, $16.85 will be subtracted from that trial amount and they’ll only pay $1 for the first 3 months.
In your annual button shortcode above, you have a 90-day trial period charged at $17.85, and then an annual payment of $49.95. What will happen here, WITHOUT a coupon, is the person signing up will be charged $17.85 for the first 90 days and then they will be charged $49.95 per year every year thereafter.
If someone uses the
first30|16.85||ta-only coupon code when signing up for the annual plan using the shortcode you provided above, then $16.85 will be subtracted from the trial amount of 90-days@$17.85 and they will pay $1 for the first 90-days and then $49.95 every year thereafter.
So, if you want someone to be charged $49.95/year without a coupon code, you must set your trial period to $49.95/year. That way, if they sign up without the coupon code, they’re charged the normal amount. You can then discount that $49.95/year trial period using a coupon code. In the annual case, you might use a coupon code that discounts the trial by $11.31, so they effectively get the first 90 days for $1 and pay the regular amount for the rest of the year.