CashBox Portal User Guide
CashBox for Salesforce
Campaign Code Generation and Distribution
Campaign Codes are the alphanumeric string a customer uses to redeem the special offer of the Campaign. CashBox will create Campaign Codes to your specification, and generate a list of codes that you may distribute. (CashBox does not manage the distribution of these codes to your customers.)
Coupon Campaign Codes may include a prefix, which is defined before creating a Coupon Campaign. This Coupon Prefix must be unique within your defined campaigns—that is, you may not use a Prefix multiple times, or for different Campaigns. A Coupon Campaign appends a randomly generated, non-sequential, alpha numeric string to the Prefix to uniquely identify each Coupon. Note that while these strings, which are generated by CashBox, are not case sensitive, Coupon Prefixes are case sensitive.
Promotions offer a Promotion Code, which may be used by multiple customers. Promotion discounts can be reflected in multiple Billing Cycles, and are restricted by AutoBill, in that CashBox will not allow a single Promotion code to be applied multiple times to the same AutoBill. Time-based Campaigns, however, can only be granted for one Billing Cycle.
Coupons offer multiple Coupon Codes, which may be redeemed as many times as defined during Coupon Campaign creation. Coupon Codes are distributed individually, one per customer, and may be applied to multiple Billing Cycles for discount Campaigns or for one Billing Cycle for time-based Campaigns.