In-App: Special Coupons & Events

Boost sales—by creating exclusive offers for members to buy through the app and then claim in the business. For example, sell a breakfast for two for $15 or a new TV for $500. Change the offers regularly to keep it interesting and to encourage members to buy in advance so they don’t miss out.

How It Works

  1. The member selects the desired coupon and taps Buy.
  2. The member confirms the payment amount.
  3. The member adds their credit card info (or chooses a saved credit card from their app wallet).
  4. The payment is processed and the coupon is added to their app gifts—to redeem later.



  • Reward club members by offering them exclusive deals through the app.
  • By limiting the amount of time the offer is available, members are encouraged to buy the offer so they don't miss out.
  • Provide members with an incentive to conveniently and easily purchase items in advance.
  • Give members the opportunity to increase their purchase with other items when they visit the business to redeem their offer.


  1. Create gifts corresponding to the coupons you want to offer.
    Note: The gift should provide the member something for free at the POS since they will pay for it when they “buy” the catalog item in the app.
  2. Create a web view with the coupon price:


    Base URL

    Default Params



    Custom Params

    paymentFlow      -       payInApp

    itemCode            -       XXX (Your decision which number)

    itemName           -       The name of the item (your decision) 

    price                    -       YYY (no signs- Just numbers. No decimal)

    Note: Add an item code here that will also be used in the rule It should be different than any item code at the POS (ex: appCoupon123)

  3. Create a catalog for the coupons and add a category for each web view:


  4. Attached the catalog to the relevant Layout Block.


  5. Create a rule to send the gift when the payment succeeds (with a condition of the same item code used for the catalog item's payment button).


    Note: The item should be the same as the item code that was added in step 2.


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