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  1. Add an option to existing products to be bought as a (gift)voucher.

    We have many (variable service) products in our shop, which we want to be able to also sell as a giftvoucher. So no separate voucherproducts, but integrated into the shop in two ways: 1 buy and get as usual, 2 buy and get a giftvoucher which can be printed. On which of course the productname etc clearly visible.

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  2. Voucher add on

    Ability to insert voucher purchaser email into recipient email template. At the moment recipients are auto replying to the shop email account with very personal thank you letters.

    3 votes
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  3. Ability to delay sending of voucher for a specific date

    Add field to send voucher to the recipient in the future, eg for Christmas, birthday etc

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  4. Selectable Delivery Date for PDF Vouchers

    Customers often want to have a downloadable pdf voucher set to be delivered to the recipient on a particular date (Christmas, birthday, etc), rather than when an order is marked as Completed. That is, I want to be able to mark an order as complete, receive payment, and forget about it, but have the pdf voucher delivered to the recipient automatically on a date selected by the purchaser at the time of ordering. At the moment, having a recipient email is not optimal because the purchaser doesn't want the gift sent upon payment but rather on a specific date.

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