Now the next few options are things we suggest you select in order to have more control over your coupon codes and how they’re used.
Expiration - Making coupon codes for specific occasions/months will create a feeling of FOMO (fear of missing out) which is super effective and can increase your order volume if presented to your customers properly (Push notifications, sms/email marketing, ads, etc…)
Time of Day - Creating a “Happy Hour” for deliveries is a great way to increase volume during slow times between lunch and dinner. Offering free delivery during these times can keep your drivers busy and help them earn more during these times.
Max Uses - Again FOMO tactic can help you make code usage increase across the board and MAX USES is a great way to show appreciation for the most loyal customers by offering “ONLY” first 50 customers for example to get Free Delivery and/or $10 off for a special event like your Delivery Service’s anniversary.
Max Uses Per Customer - This is a great way to present your big value coupons as an example again you can make a $10 off coupon for orders over $50 for returning customers and limit it to a one time use.
Day(s) of Week - Offering special coupons on your slowest days can boost your bottom line and help you have a business that’s steadier and it will also help you manage your business with less stress of everyday cash flow.
NEXT FEW OPTIONS ARE FOR SPECIFIC USE CASES
Customer Limits and Notifications section:
Deduct the amount used from the code amount until the code reaches zero.
Limit to First Time Users Only.
Limit to App Orders.
Promote this code on confirmation page & emails.
Display Dispatcher Alert Upon Usage.
Send Admin Email Upon Usage.