Learn how to apply a discount code/voucher on the booking page from the Customer's perspective.
New to discount and voucher codes? Read the first article in this series for an introduction to discounts.
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.
How Customers apply discounts on the booking page
Do you want to know how your Customers apply a discount code on your Booking page? The following is what they see when using a discount code previously created in the Discounts area (Inventory > Discounts):
1. Customers who visit your Booking page select a product listing to open the booking modal. They click the Apply Promo or Voucher link from the Book Now tab to enter a provided discount code.
2. The link opens a Promo/Voucher field where the Customer enters the discount code. Once entered, they click Apply. If valid, a message to the right of the field confirms the discount is applied to the booking.
3. The Customer arrives at the Create Booking page after clicking Continue. On this page, they see the listed booking details and fill out the booking form. The booking details include the promo name and the total discount or savings value.
Advancing the booking after filling out the booking form lets the Customer follow your previously specified e-commerce settings from this point forward.
Customers do not see or have access to your internal list of promo codes. Customers can only use codes that they have been provided with, such as by email.