To learn more about the functionality of discounts and voucher codes, please read the entire series of articles, accessed at the side and bottom of this page.
- Creating new discounts (new)
- Filtering, searching, and sorting your Discounts list (new)
- Uploading voucher codes for use with products (new)
- Using Google Sheets to generate random voucher codes
- Using Groupon vouchers for use with products (new)
- Applying discount codes/vouchers from the Customer perspective
Which plans include this feature?
Where can I find this feature using the top menu?
- Inventory > Discounts
What more do I need to use this feature?
Which Checkfront version supports this feature - classic, new or both?
This feature is available in both our classic version using items (Inventory > Items) and our newest version using products (Inventory > Products). → Learn more about products
This article series is for those on our new version who use products (Inventory > products). You can find the articles related to our classic version here: Discounts & Vouchers (Classic).
NOTE: Some Discount features are not yet available with products, including the Active Discounts report, discount rules, open discounts, edit columns, and the option to export your list of discounts.
Accessing the Discounts pageBack to top
You can access the Discounts page via the Inventory menu at the top of the page.
Discounts and voucher codes overviewBack to top
View of the Discounts list for those using our newest version with products.
From time to time, you offer your Customers discounts. That might be in the form of a public discount code displayed in your advertising. When the Customer enters that code at checkout, the applicable discount is applied to their total.
Alternatively, you may create a one-time use voucher code for a particular Customer.
Either way, you can achieve this with Checkfront!
Comparing discount codes to voucher codesBack to top
With this feature, you can reduce the price of a product at the time of booking by supplying a unique discount or voucher code.
What is a discount 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.
What is a voucher?
Vouchers redeem purchased deals from syndication sites such as Groupon and Living Social (see Using Groupon vouchers with Checkfront). 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.
You can learn how your discounts and vouchers are performing with the following available reports:
You can learn how to apply discounts/vouchers to existing bookings with the following article.
We look at how to create a new discount with the next article in the series.