The principle of Promo Codes in ProRight is simple. You will set up a promotional membership with the offer applied (for example discounted price, additional class access etc.) and add a Promo Code to it. 

Then, when a member enters the correct Promo Code in their members area, it will unlock the promotional membership and they will be able to purchase it.

Check out this tutorial on how to set up a Promo Membership Plan, or read the instructions below! 

Setting Up a Promo Membership Plan

You'll set up the promotional membership plan in the same way with the promotion applied.  For example a discounted price, additional class access etc. You can also add a Bolt-on to your promotional membership - click here to learn more about bolt-ons.

To add a promocode you will setup your membership plan as normal however on the details tab as you are pro-right a new feature has been unlocked in which you can ask to require a promocode then enter in the name for this.

Here's an Example! 

We've have created a Promo Membership that allows the member to benefit from
no joining fee, no contract and one PT session a month as a Bolt-on.

We've set the Promo Code for this membership to SUMMER2019.

This code can be shared with your unique registration URL link to drive sales.

Member Joining Online

When joining online, the member will click on your club's registration link to start their joining process as normal. They will see a box that shows a field to enter the Promo Code (which in this case is SUMMER2019). After they have entered the Promo Code and clicked Submit, the promotional membership plan will be unlocked and available for the member to purchase.

The membership plan is now available to purchase.

The member would then continue with their purchase as normal.


IMPORTANT
This feature is only available to customers using our ProRight subscription, and customers of GoCardless and Stripe

To upgrade your subscription or learn more about what ProRight has to offer, message us through the orange button.


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