Let's assume that you want to introduce a promotion in which you set a discount on a specific product from your menu. Setting a discount on a menu item is a perfect way to increase the sale of the product or, for example, to present a new product to your customer and encourage them to give it a try.

  1. Go to “Marketing” → “Discounts”.

  2. Press the “Create a new discount” or “New discount” button.

  3. Introduce the name and the description of the discount. For example, “Giant California Burger for only 7$!”.

  4. Save your changes.

  5. Expand the option of the created discount and choose “New reward”.

  6. Choose “Menu item discount” and choose the discount type you want to offer. Choose “To amount” and set the promotional price of the product.

  7. Go to “Marketing” → “Promotions and events”.

  8. Click on the “New promotion” button.

  9. Fill out the form by introducing the name and the description of the promotion.

  10. Choose the restaurants where the promotion will be available in the “Restaurants where promotion exists” section.

  11. Select the previously created discount in the “Choose discounts” section.

  12. Save your changes.

  13. The discount will be automatically added to the order when a customer adds the promotional product to their cart.


Optionally, for each discount and promotion, you can set the validity period by selecting the start and end dates, making sure that in both cases they are identical.
In addition, if you run a chain of restaurants, you can choose the premises where both the discount and the promotion will be available, remembering that they should be the same.
You can add a photo to each promotion that you introduce, which will be displayed on the website with it and will help attract the attention of your customers.

In addition, you can create each of the promotions in both the version for the website and the mobile application.


No promotion may require or depend on marketing consents being provided. Accepting the consents is voluntary and cannot be forced by law.

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