Bluestore Live has the ability to easily sell and accept vouchers as tender.
In order to sell vouchers:
You'll first need to set up your voucher as a new product. You can learn how to set up new products with this tutorial.
Enter the name of your voucher, for example £5 Gift Voucher
This product name will be shown to the users of your terminals, so it needs to be specific with the ability to be differentiated between other vouchers.
2) Tax Class
Set your voucher's tax class. These are defined by the country of your enterprise.
3) Product Category
4) Product Type
Select Voucher as your product type.
5) Unit of Measure
Select Each as your unit of measure.
6) Checkbox - Saleable
*Enable this box to allow your voucher to be sold.*
7) Checkbox - Returnable
Enable this box to allow returns of the voucher.
8) Checkbox - Request Price
Leave this unticked unless you want to enable the operator to change the price at point of sale.
9) Checkbox - Discount Allowed
Enable this box to allow your voucher to have a discount associated with it. This can be changed at any time.
10) Checkbox - Active
*Enable this box to allow your voucher to be shown in your terminal.*
Save your new voucher.
Once you have set your voucher up as a saleable new product, you'll also need to be able to accept the voucher as a tender once it is redeemed.
In order to accept vouchers:
1) Tender Type
Choose the tender type Voucher.
Enter a name for your new voucher. This will be shown on your terminals.
3) Checkbox - Use Local Currency
If enabled, your new voucher will by default use the currency you have already specified as local to your enterprise.
4) Checkbox - Manually Balanced
If enabled, your end of session terminal reconciliation will include this voucher.
5) Fixed Amount
Enter a fixed amount here for your voucher. For example, new tender is £20 voucher, enter 20.00
6) Currency Descriptor
If you have chosen not to enable the 'Use Local Currency' Checkbox, you can specify which currency you want your new voucher to use.
7) Checkbox - Display as Button
If enabled, the new voucher will display as a button on your terminal at the time of sale.
8) Voucher Number Range From
You can specify a range of numbers which will be allowed for sales on your terminals. Enter the starting number/s here.
9) Voucher Number Range To
Enter the end number/s here.