First let’s talk about why you’d want to use coupon codes.
Of course the most obvious reason is to have a promotion – 20% off for email optin, hosting a limited-time holiday sale, etc.
You can also use a coupon code as a way to let clients access packages for free. Maybe you have a client who has paid by wire transfer, but you want to track and deliver the service in Paperbell. You can simply create a 100% coupon code that you share just with them so that they can easily “buy” your package in Paperbell for free.
Coupon codes are also useful for giving special prices for VIP clients. For example, you could give clients who already have an ongoing subscription with you a coupon code to purchase additional one-off sessions at a discount.
How can I create a coupon code?
You’ll find coupon codes at the very bottom of the pricing section of your package under the “Pricing” tab:
To create a new coupon code, simply click the add button, enter the code (what your clients will type in to redeem the coupon) and choose the percentage off discount. That’s it! You can create as many codes as you like.
After scheduling their appointment, clients can enter their coupon code when confirming their payment. It looks like this:
You can use the same coupon code across different packages, but you’ll need to re-create it for every package.
No, it must be a percentage. But you can simply figure out the fixed amount you want to take off then work out what that would be in a percentage. 🙂
No, if you want to do this you’d need to create different packages for the different payment options.
Coupons will take the same amount off every monthly payment for the entirety of the package.
No! It will only show up if you’ve created a coupon for that package. (Cool huh?)
Yes, as many as you like!
No, but a coupon code can be archived when you no longer want to use it.
Yes! Just set the percentage off to 100%.
When you archive a coupon code, it will no longer work for new clients. However, payments will remain unchanged from any client who has already used the code. For example, if a client used the code to get 20% off their ongoing subscription, their payments would still charge at the discount price once you archive the coupon.
To create a gift certificate, create a 100% off coupon code then share the code as the gift certificate. If you would like it to work for multiple packages, you will need to create the same coupon code across the packages.
Customers can not add a coupon after they’ve already paid. Coupons can not be added to an existing payment plan or subscription package.
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