Expanded Shared Coupon Report

We have expanded the Shared Coupon Report data to include the following information: Event Name Registration Date First Last Gender Date of Birth Email Phone Address, City, State, Country, Zip Registration Status ​Event Cost​ ​Total Discount, Processing fee, Amount Paid Bib Number Giveaway

Shared Coupon Report Invite

Shared Coupon reports are an easy way to give sponsors or others easy access to see if their coupons have been used and by whom. We have added a simple invitation to make this even easier for race directors and the people they are sharing information with. It is available from the Actions drop-down menu... Continue Reading →

Shared Coupon Reports

We have added the ability to share a coupon report with outside parties who do not have access to the rest of the race dashboard. You can navigate to the shared report setup via the Actions drop-down on Financial -> Pricing -> Coupons. On the Shared Reports page, you will be able to enter email... Continue Reading →

Corporate Team Coupon Support

Corporate Teams members can now use coupons. The setting is int he Corporate Team Options: If you enable coupons for corporate team members please note the following: If a team is partially paying for it's members, the discount is applied after the team portion is determined. For example, if the event is $100 and the... Continue Reading →

Coupon Report by Event

We have added a coupon report, broken down by event usage. This report can be accessed under Reports>>Marketing Reports>>Coupons. At the bottom of the page, you will see a COUPON REPORT BY EVENT button The coupon report by event report will give you a breakdown of the number of uses for each event in your... Continue Reading →

Dirty Dog 15K Trail Run Case Study

We have a series Customer Case Studies, in which we take your stories and share your challenges and successes as a learning tool for other RunSignUp users.  This Dirty Dog 15K Trail Run Case Study focuses on tiered pricing for a sellout race, building bib labels, and differentiating your race to create positive word of mouth.  View... Continue Reading →

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