Bookingkit generally differentiates between vouchers and promotional coupons. This article explains the difference between them in more detail.

Please send the .csv file with the all details listed below directly to bookingkit support via chat or email. If the information is complete, the import usually takes place within 5 business days.

Import of vouchers

The following details are required for the import of vouchers:

  • Title of the voucher (will be displayed as the name of the voucher when redeemed by the end customer)

  • Voucher code (at least 3 digits, case-sensitive if necessary)

  • Voucher value (absolute amount in €, point-separated instead of comma-separated for any decimal places, e.g. 15.5)

Please note that the date of the import is automatically saved as the creation date of the imported vouchers. This may affect the expiry date of the vouchers.

An example of a correctly formatted .csv file for voucher import:

Import of promotional coupons

  • Title of the coupon (will be displayed as the name of the voucher when redeemed by the end customer)

  • Voucher code (at least 3 digits, case-sensitive if necessary)

  • Voucher value (granted discount as an absolute amount in € or as a percentage, point instead of comma for any decimal places)

  • Type of discount (fix = absolute amount in €, var = percentage based)

  • Valid from (based on order date)

  • Valid until (based on order date)

  • Maximum number of redemptions per code (e.g. 1 = each code can only be redeemed once)

Example of a correctly formatted .csv file for importing promotional vouchers:

Please note that it is not possible to restrict the usage of imported vouchers and coupons to specific experiences or appointments. However, you can change and limit the usage of promotional vouchers manually as soon as they are imported.

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