AUTO SYNC FROM SOURCE - When activated, the Product Name, Product Description, Terms & Conditions, and GTIN Barcode values will be automatically filled in from the Coupon Details section and it's not editable. Conversely, if deactivated, these fields will not be populated automatically and editable.
COUPON CODE - Coupon Code is the selected coupon that is associated with this Product. Each product will always be associated with one Coupon.
COUPON MARKET - Coupon Market refers to the targeted market for these coupons (Product). For Product, its value is B2C (business-to-consumer).
GTIN BARCODE - GTIN stands for Global Trade Item Number. A GTIN barcode is a barcode that uses this unique identifier to encode information about a product, such as its manufacturer and product number.
IMAGE - The Image in a product refers to the visual content or graphics that are used to represent the product. This can include photos, illustrations, logos, or any other visual element that helps to promote the product and make it more attractive to potential customers. The image is often used in marketing materials such as flyers, social media posts, and email newsletters to grab people's attention and generate interest in the product. The maximum number of images that can be added is 10.
ORIGINAL PRICE - Original Price refers to the regular or full price of the product or service that the discount is being offered on. The Original Price is usually displayed alongside the discounted price, so that the customer can see how much they are saving by buying this.
For example, if a spa is offering a 20% discount on a massage, the Original Price would be the full price of the massage, and the discounted price would be the price after the discount has been applied.
PRICE NOTES - Price Notes refer to any additional information or remarks related to the pricing of a product or service. It could include details such as the currency used, taxes, fees, or any special terms and conditions that affect the price. Price notes can be helpful for customers to understand the breakdown of costs and make informed purchasing decisions. In a business context, price notes may also be used for internal purposes, such as recording the cost structure of a product or service for accounting or reporting purposes.
- START QTY - Start quantity refers to the minimum quantity of items that must be purchased to qualify for a particular tier price.
For example, if the Start Quantity for a tier is set to 10, then a customer must purchase a minimum of 10 items to qualify for the tier price associated with that quantity.
- END QTY - End quantity refers to the maximum quantity of products or services that can be purchased at a particular tier price. Once the end quantity is reached, the price will move to the next tier or to the original price.
For example, if the end quantity for a tier is set to 10, and a customer buys 15 products, the first 10 will be priced at the tier price, and the remaining 5 will be priced at the next tier or the original price.
- SELLING PRICE - is the price that will be charged for a particular quantity range of a product or service. The Selling Price may vary depending on the quantity range. For example, if the quantity range is from 1 to 10, the Selling Price may be different from the Selling Price for the quantity range of 11 to 20. The Selling Price is set by the business to reflect any discounts or promotions that may be offered for a particular quantity range of a product or service.
- SIMPLE - is a straightforward method of determining the cost of a product or service (Original Price and Selling Price). With this pricing type, the price is set as a fixed amount that does not change, regardless of any external factors or conditions. This method is commonly used for products or services with a low level of complexity, such as basic commodities or standardized services. The simplicity of this pricing type makes it easy for both businesses and customers to understand, calculate and compare prices.
- TIER - is a pricing structure used in product management systems, where the selling price of a product varies depending on the quantity purchased. Essentially, the more products that are purchased in a single transaction, the lower the selling price per unit will be. This encourages bulk purchases and can be used as a marketing tool to drive sales. The pricing tiers are pre-determined and set by the product issuer, and may be adjusted over time based on the success of the selling.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION - Product Description refers to the information provided about a product or service that provide customers with more information about the specific product or service being promoted. The Product Description description would typically include information such as the discount amount, promotion details, and other relevant information that can help customers make an informed purchasing decision. Providing a clear and accurate Product Description can help businesses to attract customers by highlighting the unique features and benefits of their products or services.
PRODUCT NAME - Product Name refers to the name of the product that the coupon is associated with. It is the name of the specific item or service that the coupon is promoting or offering a discount on. The Product Name is an essential component of a coupon campaign, as it helps to provide customers with clear and accurate information about the product or service being promoted.
PUBLISH - Publish in Product Details refers to whether or not the product is currently active and available for use for Category or Catalogue. When a product is created, it may not be immediately published or activated, and instead can be saved as a draft until it is ready to be used. Once the Publish is set as "Active", the Product will become active and Category or Catalogue creator will be able to access and use it according to the terms and conditions set by the product creator. If the Publish is set as "Deactivated", the product will remain in draft mode and will not be displayed to Category or Catalogue creator.
SELECT CATEGORY(S) - Select Category(s) refers to a feature that allows businesses to assign a specific category or group to a product for organizational purposes. By selecting a category for each product, businesses can more easily manage and sort their inventory, track sales and performance data, and analyze customer purchasing behavior. Some common categories for products may include "apparel," "electronics," "beauty," or "food and beverage." Selecting an appropriate category for each product can help businesses streamline their operations and optimize their sales and marketing efforts.
SELLING PRICE - Selling Price refers to the discounted price or the price offered to customers during a promotional period. It is the price that customers will need to pay in order to purchase the product or service being promoted in the coupon. The selling price is usually lower than the original price of the product or service, as it is meant to entice customers to make a purchase during the promotional period. The selling price may vary depending on the type of coupon or promotion being offered.
TAGS - Tags are labels or keywords that can be assigned to a specific item or group of items to help identify and organize them. Tags can be used to categorize and filter different products based on their purpose, target audience, or other relevant characteristics. This can make it easier for users to search for and access specific products based on their specific needs or interests.
TERMS & CONDITIONS - Campaign Terms and Conditions refer to a set of rules and regulations that govern a marketing product. These terms and conditions outline the rules of participation, eligibility criteria, limitations, and any other guidelines that participants must adhere to in order to be eligible for the product. The purpose of these terms and conditions is to provide clarity and transparency about the product, and to protect the business from any potential legal issues that may arise.