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What's The Best Way To Issue Stamps?
What's The Best Way To Issue Stamps?

Learn the difference between our stamp validation methods so you know which one is the best way to issue stamps for how you operate.

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Written by Izzy
Updated over a week ago

At Stamp Me, we believe the more options, the better. Especially when it comes to stamp issuing, where finding what suits your business best is essential.

Take a look at our helpful downloadable guide that reviews all of our available stamp methods and gives some real examples of businesses using them.

Available Stamp Methods:

StampPod™️

Smart, secure stamping with a tap.

Our smart StampPod™️ sits on your countertop and works using 'tap & go' technology. To collect a stamp, customers simply press the ‘Stamp Me‘ button on the stamp card and tap their phone on the pod. A stamp will automatically be added. Perfect for physical businesses such as hair & beauty salons, cafes, and retail stores.

Interested? Order your very own StampPod™️ for your business here.

StampTags

“Portable, secure stamping with a tap.”

StampTags also work with ‘tap and go’ technology. They are ideal for environments where staff should carry the stamp validation method on them for presenting to customers to tap, or if the pod is not suitable.

Interested? Order StampTags for your business here.

OneStamps (QR Code)

“Versatile, single-use stamps for remote loyalty.”

These are single-use QR codes that can be placed on products, packaging or digital content. Ideal for takeaway or online businesses, especially in situations where in-person transactions are minimal or non-existent.

Want a quick overview of OneStamps and how it can be used for your business? Click here for a short video!

Sticky AF applies OneStamps to their disposable vape and cannabis products for customers to earn a stamp after making an online purchase.

OneStamps (Text)

“Versatile, single-use stamps for remote loyalty.”

These are unique alphanumeric codes, like “DEMO123” or “DEMO124” that can be scanned once to apply a stamp and expire after each scan.

They can placed on products, packaging, or digital content. Ideal for takeaway or online businesses, especially in situations where in-person transactions are minimal or non-existent.

StampCode

This is a QR code that serves as an immediate temporary solution, allowing merchants to start stamping immediately after signing up—just print and you're ready to go! Customers scan the code through the app to collect stamps.

More secure methods are recommended and available, but you can always use this as your primary method if it suits your business best.

Lux Nails Bar displays their Stamp Code at their point-of-sale so that customers can earn a stamp through the QR code.

Merchant Console

Stamps are applied manually to a customer’s profile. From the Merchant Console, head to the ‘Members‘ area and press ‘Give Stamps‘. Follow the prompts and proceed. The stamps will apply to the member‘s stamp card after a few seconds. Perfect for on-the-go or remote merchants.

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