Simple Inked allows you to apply points to all services, all products, all vouchers and/or all packages in one go using the Auto Loyalty Points setting.
Applying points to all services, or all products, or all vouchers, or all packages.
Your Auto Loyalty Points can be setup differently for services, products, gift vouchers and packages. For example, you can put points on all of your services and products, but not on vouchers or packages.
We will provide you with some examples below, however you are welcome to setup your points-to-dollar ratio however you like.
Let's say that you would like to award your clients:
1 point for every $10 spent on Products
1 point for every $1 on Services.
To do this, go to your Simple Inked Settings, then into Loyalty Points Settings.
If you want clients to receive 1 point for every $10 they spend on products only, then enter the number 10 in the Auto Loyalty Points - Products setting (this means 10% of the product price will become points). By doing this you are saying that all products reward clients with points ?1 point for every $10 spent (i.e. if the product costs $10, then the client receives 1 point; if the product costs $20, the client receives 2 points).
If you want clients to receive 1 point for every $1 they spend on services only, then enter the number 100 in the Auto Loyalty Points - Services setting (this means 100% of the service price will become points). By doing this you are saying that all services reward clients with points ?1 point for every $1 spent (i.e if the service costs $10, then the client receives 10 points. 100% of the price becomes points).
Fill out each of the settings according to how you want your loyalty points setup, and on which items you want clients to earn points from.
Now your clients will automatically receive points on these items. The percentage you've entered for each means that this is the percentage of the price which becomes the points that the client receives.
NOTE: If you have the Auto Loyalty Points enabled, then you DON'T need to apply points to individual services, products, vouchers and packages as per the steps in this article.
Head back to your Introduction to Loyalty Points article to see what your next step is.