A Guide to Discounts for Your Event

Money talks. Offering a discount to your event can be a significant motivator to get curious onlookers over the hump and turn them into participants. But it’s important to be strategic about your discounts and ensure you don’t undersell the value you provide. The three main tenets: Keep it simple. Don’t make people do complex […]

New Voucher Feature Helps Events Migrate to RunSignup | GiveSignup

We are releasing a new Voucher system that allows races to create vouchers that participants can use as a credit when they sign up for an event. For example, you might give Allison a voucher for $30 that she can use on any of your events. In the example on the right, she signs up […]

Edit Multi-Use Reserved Entries

We have added a way to edit multiple-use reserved entries! If you go to the Multiple-Use Reserved Entries tab, you will now see an EDIT button next to each link:  This will allow you to update the original settings for the reserved entry, including:  Number of uses Specific Event pricing Reservation dates and settings Notes […]

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 […]

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 […]

Coupons for Corporate Team Teams

Yes, that title was intentional. RunSignUp has extensive support for Corporate Teams. This is where a company is typically providing some sort of support for employees, like helping to pay for entry fees, or providing discounted fees to members of Corporate Teams (perhaps because the company helped with sponsorship of the race). Since the company […]

Updated Coupons

We have released new functionality with our Coupons that improve reporting, analysis and ease management and creation. In addition we added some nice enhanced features. First, reporting has been improved with built in ROI analysis. You will note the top table shows the discount amount ($5,386) and the amount of registration fees they produced ($7,790) […]

Copying Race Coupon Limit of 50,000

We have recently upped the limit to 50,000 coupons that can be copied when creating a new race with the copy feature. We also now automatically remove expired coupons, which will not count against the 50,000 limit. If your race has over 50,000 coupons, we suggest that you keep track of them in separate spreadsheets.  Then […]

Affiliate Discounts

RunSignUp’s Affiliate Program was designed for partners like RunningintheUSA.com who have race calendars. It allows them to easily grab all of the races on RunSignUp and list them automatically on their website. We have a tracking code so we know the source of the runner coming to register on RunSignUp. We’ve taken this idea to a […]

Sponsor Rewards and Gift Certificates

Some race sponsors want a way to distribute special gift certificates or rewards. We recently had a race in Colorado that is closely linked with a store that is giving gift certificates to the first 50 participants in each event. The purpose is to increase store traffic and drive early registrations. RunSignUp now provides a mechanism to […]

Big Time Coupon Management

We have a number of large races and multi-city races that have become big users of Coupons to help drive their participants.  They create custom coupons around special marketing events (like July 4th!), or use “Daily Deal” sites like Groupon and Living Social, or target running store customers with a special coupon, etc. Once you […]

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