The Landing Page is the perfect tool for redirecting users to their specific single-use coupon. Let's set one up together!

Let's open the Landing Page builder. Navigate to 'Integrations' (1). Open the Landing Pages.



Press 'Create Landing Page' (1) and select a template. I'm using the bicycle one in my example. Your Landing Page builder opens.



Let's edit the current form on the Landing Page. Press somewhere near the 'Submit' button. (1) The 'edit form' button shows up. Press on 'edit form'. (2) The Form Settings tab opens.



Actions tab
Let's go to the 'action' tab. (1)

2) Select which campaign type you want to distribute via your Landing Page.
3) Select single-use if you want it to be single-use. Keep in mind that if you want campaigns to be single-use, you should ALWAYS include a unique input field. We'll come across that later in this article.
4) Select redirect as send type.
5) Select the Coupon you want to link to this landing page. This coupon will be distributed after successful submission.
6) A warning shows up. Simply enable it for the Coupon to guarantee single-use.
7) Because we're launching a single-use campaign, we need a unique input field to check for duplicates.


In this example we're using a phone number as a verification tool, not as a send type/distribution method. The Landing Page check whether the phone number is unique to provide the single-use campaign. If the system recognizes the phone number, he'll have access to the same coupon once again.

Input tab

Press the input tab (1). Press on the green '+' icon to add an input field. (2)



Press on the dropdown arrow to reveal the input settings.

Like a mentioned above, in this example we're using a phone number as verification. Users have to enter a unique phone number to receive a particular Coupon. If they enter the same number again, they'll receive the same campaign. The Coupon will not be distributed through SMS.



1) Enter a label that's visible above the input field on your landing page. Because we're asking for a phone number, I'm using 'Phone number'
2) Select the input type. Because we're asking for a phone number, put it on 'phone'.
3) Make the input both unique and required. This way our system checks on duplicates and only allows one Coupon per valid, unique phone number.



Layout and Button are both easy to manage features which are self-explanatory.

I'm using the 'Preview' (eye) icon in the top menu of your Landing Page builder.

Press on the 'Eye' icon and follow the instructions. If your submission was successful, you'll be redirected to your single-use Coupon.
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