There are currently three ways members can collect a stamp on a Stamp Me punch card. You are able to use any/all of these methods, depending on your plan, and which is most suitable for how you operate.

1. Stamp Code

  • Default stamp validation for physical stores / in-person transactions

  • Multi-use

  • Available on all plans

A Stamp Code is a QR code that is unique to each loyalty Stamp Card and location. Members simply scan it through the Stamp Me App each time they wish to collect a stamp.

We provide you with your Stamp Code(s) after your business signs up to Stamp Me. The code can be printed out and kept at each transaction point.

The code does not expire, therefore, it will issue a stamp each time it is scanned. This is why it is good to keep it in a safe place where staff can monitor it.

2. OneStamps

  • Suitable for online/delivery or other remote transactions

  • Expires after use

  • Available on Pro & Elite plans

OneStamps are unique codes that issue a stamp to a member and then automatically expire. The member (or anyone else), cannot collect a stamp from the same code again.

They can be supplied in either a QR code format, or an alphanumeric code to type into the App.

OneStamps can be used digitally (such as included on email receipts, booking confirmations) or printed on stickers, cards, invoices/receipts or packaging etc.

3. Merchant Console

  • Suitable for both face-to-face and remote transactions

  • Web-based platform

  • Available on Pro & Elite plans

An admin can add stamps to member Stamp Cards and complete other management actions through the Stamp Me Merchant Console.

This method is ideal to issue stamps for online transactions. For example, an online service where the customer does not receive a physical product, like booking a hotel stay or gaming.

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