Creating rewards is easy. There's no need to manually create coupon codes - these are automatically generated when a member spends their points to redeem the reward. Coupon codes are unique and only work once.
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10 types of rewards you can create to make your loyalty program work for you


✨ $ off storewide
- It’s always nice to get a discount, and offering your members the chance to earn store credit allows them to choose what they spend it on at your store. 


✨ % off storewide
- Giving your members a percentage discount allows them to choose what they use it on at your store. It also encourages them to order more to make the most of the % discount.  


📝  Note: The below reward types are recommended to be online only. If you want to have these rewards available in-store as well, it
requires strict staff training.

✨ Free shipping -  Encourage your members to add more product to their purchase to benefit from free shipping. 


✨ Free product
- Giving your members a free product is a great way to thank them for their loyalty, it's like receiving a gift. It’s also a great way to move idle stock. 


✨ % off specific product
- A % discount off a specific product is a good way to move idle stock.


✨ $ off specific product
- A $ discount off a specific product is a good way to move idle stock.    


✨ $ off product collection
- A $ discount is a great way to introduce your members to a specific product line, inspiring them to buy more in the future. 


✨ % off product collection
- A % discount on a product collection can encourage customers to stock up to save more, increasing the value of their order. 


✨ % off spend threshold orders
- A % discount that can only be used on orders over a specified value is a great way to encourage members to spend more to be able to get the discount.


✨ $ off spend threshold orders
-  A % discount that can only be used on orders over a specified value is a great way to encourage members to spend more to be able to get the discount. 

What's next?

> How to create these kinds of rewards in your loyalty program

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