- Discount Codes & Vouchers are available to those using items (Inventory > Items), a feature of our classic version of Checkfront.
- Interested in using Discount Codes & Vouchers with products (Inventory > Products)? Your account must be a member of our Early Access Program. Please reach out to Checkfront Technical Support to learn more.
Early Access Program
The new product feature mentioned in this article is currently part of our Early Access Program, which means it is available to select Customers to try out and provide us with feedback.
Find our complete set of help articles related to the Early Access Program here: Early Access Program.
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|The filter, search, export and edit column features shown in the screenshot above are only available with items (Inventory > Items), in our classic version of Checkfront, at this time.|
From time to time, you may wish to offer discounts to your Customers. That might be in the form of a public discount code that is displayed in your advertising. When the Customer enters that code at checkout, the relevant discount is applied to their total.
Alternatively, you may wish to create a one-time use voucher code for a particular Customer.
Either way, you can achieve this with Checkfront!
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Discounts allow you to reduce the price of an item or product at the time of booking by supplying a unique discount or voucher code.
You may use a discount code for general promotions or to track campaigns and referrals. They are also used for creating general date discounts such as weekend specials.
Discount codes may be used in your advertising and redeemed multiple times by multiple Customers.
Vouchers are used to redeem purchased deals from syndication sites such as Groupon and Living Social (see group buy promotions). These codes are added to the system via an imported CSV file and are only redeemed once. You may also use a voucher code to reward preferred Customers with a one-time use special discount.