- Download the template CSV file from (this link) or from the console (Manage -> Coupons -> Import/Export)
- Fill in the coupons in the correct columns and rows using the below format.
CSV Template Details
|discount reference||Reference to the discount that will be applied with this coupon. You should create an
|name||The name of the coupon.||Yes||
|code||The code that will be used by the customers to redeem the coupon. The code can only contain letters and numbers.||Yes||
|is active||Whether this coupon can be used or not.||Yes||
|maximum uses||The maximum number of times this coupon can be used.||Yes||
|from date||The start date in which the coupon will be valid. Must follow the format “YYYY-MM-DD”.||Yes||
|to date||The expiration date of the coupon. Must follow the format “YYYY-MM-DD”.||Yes||
Saving Import files as CSV / UFT-8 Format
In the program you’re using (e.g. Microsoft Excel) Choose Save As, then select Save as CSV UTF-8 (.csv) file format.
> Important: You must insure the Character Set Encoding is UTF-8.
Otherwise, some characters that are created with Microsoft Software may not display correctly, due to incorrect Character Set Encoding. For example you may see:
- CafÃ©, Instead of Café
If you see these invalid Characters in your CSV file then save your file in UFT-8 Format, or Upload your Modifier Options then Edit Option Names in Foodics to replace the incorrect characters from the console.
Import your CSV file to The Console in (Manage > Coupons)