UCC Coupon Code example: 5 49752 59032 7
5 - The UCC prefix defines a manufacturer/vendor coupon (which is recognized by Keystroke as a coupon code).
49752 - The Company Prefix identifies the product's manufacturer or vendor (which Keystroke uses to locate a match in digits two through six of the items' Product Codes.
590 - The Family Code. Keystroke does not use this information.
32 - The Value Code represents the coupon value and required amount (which Keystroke uses to apply the discount to qualified items). In this example, the value Code = $0.75 off required quantity of 2.
7 - The Check Digit is used for error-checking.
What Keystroke does when this UCC Coupon Code is read:
- Looks for line items with 49752 in positions 2-6 of the Product Code.
- Checks for the required quantity of those items.
- If the quantity is at least 2, $0.75 is subtracted from the sales transaction amount.
Note: Keystroke stores the coupon code (a UPC code that starts with the #5) in the Product Code field of the coupon's Line Item.
Coupons: What Keystroke Does
Coupons: Setting Them Up
Coupons: Inventory Items to which Coupons Apply
Coupons: Creating the Special Coupon Item
Coupons: Entering a Coupon on a Transaction
Coupons: Applying the Coupon
Coupons: Change Line Item Product Codes
Coupons: Change Line Item Product Codes - Merge Same Item Settings
Coupons: UCC Standards and Guidelines
Line Item Entry Parameters
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