No. There are no limits to the number or type of vouchers you create or sell. The only limitation is your imagination. It’s a good idea to offer your customers a useful range of options providing gift vouchers of different types, helpfully categorised for them to choose from.

Yes, VoucherCart supports traditional postal vouchers/gift cards, and also NFC reloadable cards.

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Yes, we provide a fully managed voucher and gift card postal fulfilment service for our clients, ensuring your postal vouchers, gift cards or tickets are packed and dispatched to your customers. You can order stock of traditional printed vouchers/gift cards, presentation wallets or boxes, and now also our new re-loadable cards.

Custom branded vouchers/gift cards, NFC Reloadable cards, luxury presentation wallets or boxes and stationery can be ordered from VoucherCart direct and are stored at our dispatch centre for print, pack and dispatch direct to your customers. Speak to your Account Manager for details of postal fulfilment options available and associated costs.

If you prefer to handle your own postal voucher and gift card delivery, you can set VoucherCart to notify you when a postal order is placed.

Yes. You can add a start and end date for each voucher. The voucher will be available for purchase only after the start date you specify and be removed from sale (no longer visible) after the end date you specify, so it can no longer be purchased.

Yes, you can create free vouchers from your dashboard. These can be emailed to your customer list, and are a great way to generate extra business: eg. Offer a small discount on all products/services during a fixed time period, or offer a small % discount on all sales over a certain amount. The options are infinite.

Yes. You can set an end date for any voucher sale and set a crossed-out/marked-down price displayed to the buyer also if required.

Yes. Vouchers, gift cards and tickets can be set to PRIVATE status so you can provide the purchase link via email or other electronic means to discrete groups of buyers. They can be viewed and purchased only by those who have the link.