Use QR Codes to redirect your prospects to a mobile coupon e.g. a free drink or a discount on their purchase. The voucher is easily created and will be displayed on the user's mobile phone right after scanning the QR Code. The prospect can save the coupon and open it in your shop again. No extra App is necessary!
A mobile voucher is created in just a few steps. Add a title, a description and an image and a QR code will be created that redirects to your voucher.
There are three different ways how a voucher may be redeemed.
There is no limitation how often the voucher is redeemed. The user just shows the mobile coupon on his Smartphone at the POS to receive his discount or goodies.
This redemption type allows you to create vouchers that can only be redeemed once. When the user opens the voucher, your voucher will pop up with a redemption button. If the user clicks on "Redeem", a QR Code is displayed that may be scanned at the point of sales by you or an employee. Any QR Code Reader on a mobile phone with Internet connection can redeem the voucher. As soon the QR Code has been scanned the voucher is redeemed.
The voucher can be redeemed only once. If the voucher is redeemed a second time an error message will pop up. Learn more in our Tutorial how to set up voucher with unique QR Codes here:
You can specify a number of unique QR codes you want to generate for a onetime redeemable voucher. After creating the set of QR Codes you can download them at once in a zip file for further processing. With the Coupon API you are able to issue the next redeemable QR Codes for a voucher, get the number of available remaining QR codes for a coupon and much more...
You can automatically send vouchers to users when they register on a Lead Landing Page. Each email will get only one unique voucher. Unlimited users can register.
You can export the data of all registered users data to an Excel file.
This redemption type allows the user to redeem a coupon himself in front of an employee at the point of sales. There is no extra software or an App needed by your stuff.
He will click the redeem button, once he wants to redeem the voucher. A message box to confirm the redemption will pop up.
The coupon will be redeemable only once per mobile phone (per IP address) every 24 hours.
You can set up a total number of how often a voucher is redeemable.
You can set how long a voucher is valid. Vouchers that are requested after their expiration date will show a message to inform the user that the voucher is expired.
If the voucher is redeemed more than the defined maximum number, a message will popup informing the user that the voucher quota is exhausted.
If you activate this option, you will receive an instant e-mail notification with the date of redemption and information about the Smartphone that has redeemed the voucher.
If you set the redemption to
unique per IP or to
unique voucher, you
can enter an optional password that a business
owner has to type in before a voucher may be redeemed.
With the integrated sharing function, the coupon can quickly spread through WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter & Co.
With just one click the voucher will be shared on any social network which is impossible to achieve with conventional paper coupons!
If you run a coupon promotion you always see of how many unique visitors scanned the voucher and of how many of these redeemed the coupon. You will also get detailed information about your viral reach.
The viral reach includes the social networks the voucher has been shared and the number of references from social networks.
If you want to provide a coupon to a user when he subscribes to a MailChimp mailing list you can automatically do this by connecting MailChimp with our platform through a Webhook.
After a new user confirms his subscription in MailChimp he will receive a mail with a link to the voucher. There is no limit on how many users subscribe to your list, every new user will all receive a unique voucher.
you can send event based information to a customized URL.
When an event e.g.
VOUCHER_CREATED occurs, your given URL will be called (webhooked).
The URL is called as a POST request sending additional parameters to your server:
||The name of the event occurred e.g. VOUCHER_CREATED, VOUCHER_REDEEMED|
||The time when the event occurred|
||The user who created the voucher|
||The short URL of the QR Code (Voucher).|
||If the QR Code is a one-time redeemable coupon, the unique id of the voucher is returned. This is one of the unique ids when creating bulk QR Codes for a unique redeemable Voucher|
You can assign the voucher to a EAN bar code that appears, when the voucher is redeemed by a visitor. Thus, your cashiers may scan the bar code at the POS and store the redemption directly in your POS system.
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