Using special iikoCard tools, you can configure campaigns and sell different fixed meals at special prices. If certain item is missing from a guest's order, a cashier will be prompted to add it to complete a set and suggest that the guest should do it.

Examples of such special offers:

  • Set of items at fixed price. For example, a set includes two pizzas and a drink; the price of the set is €10.
  • A meal where each item has a fixed price. For example, a set that includes two pizzas €7 each.
  • Discount for the cheapest or the most expensive item in a set. For example, a 50% discount for a second pizza.
  • Discount for all items of a set. For example, a 50% discount if two pizzas are purchased.

Such special offers can be configured using the Combo action. To configure this action:

  1. Enter a fixed meal name.
  2. Select a category where the combo belongs. It is useful to group combos in the menu. For details, see Combo categories. You may skip the category step, then a combo will not be included into a group and you can select it directly from the list.
  3. Specify the pricing principle:
    • Fixed price. A specified price applies to the whole set.
    • Price for each item. Each individual item has its price.
    • Discount % on the cheapest item. A discount applies only to the cheapest item of the set.
    • Discount % on the most expensive item. A discount applies only to the most expensive item of the set.
    • Discount % on all items. A discount applies to all items in a set.
  4. In the adjacent field, specify the price or a discount % subject to the value specified in §2.
  5. Set up dish groups. Each group may include the dishes to chose from. For example, the Pizza group may include Quattro Formaggi Pizza, Pizza Margherita, and Vegetable Pizza, while the Drinks group may include Cola and Fanta. To set up a group:
    1. Specify the group name.
    2. Check the Main item. You need this to correctly configure cashier tips. If the main item of a set is ordered, this may trigger a tip to be shown to a cashier (see §6).
    3. Add items to the group. For this, click Create and enter the following information about the dish:
      • Type. For the moment, it’s only items available.
      • Name. Start typing the name or SKU and choose one of the items found in the menu. One item per line. 
      • Size. Item size name in the size scale. For example, a set may include only a small can of coke.
      • Prohibited modifiers. Start typing the name or SKU of modifiers that cannot be added to an item within the combo. More than one modifier can be added to an item.
      • Increase price by. The sum that will be added to the price of a set if the item is chosen. The field is available only if the whole set’s price is specified, i.e. the Fixed price item is selected.
Identical items may not be added to a group. SKUs and item sizes should not be the same.

To manage item groups, use special buttons in the Group setup block. To copy or remove a group, make it active, that is, go to a respective tab and click a corresponding button.

  1. Specify the number of minor items that were not ordered – the tip will be displayed if these items are missing from an order. A tip will be displayed to a cashier if all the main items are added to an order (the Main item is checked in the group), and the indicated number of side items is missing to complete the set. If “0” is keyed in, the tip will not be displayed. For instance, there is a set on the menu which includes pizza (main item), salad and juice. A guest orders the pizza. The tip will be displayed to a cashier depending on the field value:
    • If “0”, the tip will not be displayed.
    • If “1”, the tip will not be displayed, since two items still to be added to complete the set (salad and juice).
    • If “2”, the tip will be displayed to a cashier suggesting that the rest of the items should be added to the order.
  1. Save the changes.

Example settings and application of special offers can be found in the Examples of Model Programs.