Our dynamic cashback promotion types can be customised and combined to create sophisticated and engaging customer experience.
You can choose the ones that align best with your target audience, marketing goals and resources. Here are few examples of our popular promotion types.
In this type of campaign, customers receive a percentage of their purchase amount back as cashback. For example, a campaign may offer 5% cashback on all purchases made during a specific time period.
Instead of a percentage, this campaign offers a fixed amount of cashback for specific purchases or spending thresholds. For instance, customers may receive $10 cashback for every $100 spent. Or Customer gets $5 cashback with each make-up product purchase during campaign period.
In tiered cashback campaigns, the cashback amount increases as customers reach specific spending thresholds. For example, customers may receive 2% cashback for the first $100 spent, 5% cashback for the next $200 spent, and 10% cashback for any amount spent beyond that.
Product Category-specific Cashback
This type of campaign provides cashback for purchases made within certain product categories. For instance, a campaign may offer 3% cashback on all grocery purchases or 5% cashback on fashion shopping.
Partner or Co-branded Cashback
We support businesses collaborate with other companies to offer cashback rewards to customers. These campaigns may involve partnerships with credit card companies, airlines, or online marketplaces, where customers earn cashback for using specific payment methods or making purchases through designated platforms.
Seasonal or Promotional Cashback
These campaigns are often tied to specific holidays, events, or promotional periods. For example, a retailer may offer increased cashback rates during the holiday season or provide extra cashback for purchases made on Black Friday or on Birthdays.
This type of campaign encourages customers to refer their friends or family members to a business. Both the referrer and the new customer receive cashback rewards when the referred individual makes a purchase.
Offer cashback exclusively through their mobile apps. Customers earn cashback by making purchases using the app or by scanning receipts to claim rewards.
First-time Purchase Cashback
Exclusive cashback offered to first-time customers as an incentive to try out a product or service. For instance, "Get $10 cashback on your first purchase."
Loyalty Program Cashback
Cashback offered as a reward within a loyalty program. Customers accumulate points or rewards, which can be redeemed for cashback on future purchases.
Credit Card Cashback
Cashback rewards provided by credit card companies for using their cards for transactions. This can be a percentage-based cashback on all purchases or specific spending categories.