Sell Gift Certificates on Your Website!
"GiftCertsOnline's Print-Your-Own-Gift-Certificate was responsible for about $20K of new gift certificate revenue for us during the Mother's Day buying period. About 80% of the Print Your Own Gift Certificate transactions were by new customers. The combination of our search engine optimization and the 'buy it now' opportunity was unbeatable. So easy, so cheap to fulfill. I LOVE it."
Is Your Website Ready for the Online Shopper?
With GiftCertsOnline, your website becomes a revenue generator. GiftCertsOnline is customized to match the look and feel of your website, using your company name (yourname.giftcertsonline.com), color scheme and logos. And with GiftCertsOnline, you can sell both Gift Certificates and Gift Cards.
Best of all, GiftCertsOnline works with any type of business: restaurants, spas, salons, gyms, florists, theaters, etc. Any business that sells gift certificates offline should offer gift certificates online.
GiftCertsOnline makes it easy to offer gift certificates through your website.
How Much Will This Cost Me?
- Print-Your-Own Gift Certificates - no more manual fulfillment for you: your customers print their own gift certificates and present them in your store with a trackable unique identification.
- We work the way You work - GiftCertsOnline lets you do business the way you want to! Allow printable gift certificates (or not!), set minimum order amounts, sell whatever products or services you wish.
- Customized to Your Website - each GiftCertsOnline installation includes customization to match the look and feel of your current website.
- Your Customer's Money Goes Directly to Your Account - unlike some of our competitors, we don't "hold" your customer's money until they redeem their gift certificates: your customer's money goes directly into your account at the time of purchase.
- Realtime e-commerce via the PayPal or authorize.net payment gateways.
- Secure web interface that you can access from anywhere allowing you to view and manage your orders.
What have you got to lose except new customers?