What Is A Voucher Ticket?
A voucher ticket is a piece of specially made and printed paper that's customized and can be used instead of money to pay for something. Also, a voucher ticket is a document showing information, or a document that can be presented to receive services, goods, or privileges. Sometimes it is a part of marketing strategies that a voucher ticket holder will enjoy privileges such as movie pass, dining pass, concert entrance, or merchandise discount.
How to Make A Voucher Ticket?
In making a service or product voucher ticket for your customers or clients, it is always helpful to have a template than starting from scratch. Though if you wish to make your own template just save your document, you can return to it, tweak it and print it each time you need a new voucher. And for the design of your templates, you loot online in websites that show various kinds of voucher however you can make your own design according to your personal preference. Here's a step-by-step guide for you to follow in making your own voucher ticket.
1. Know your Voucher Ticket
Before anything else, plan out your voucher ticket first. Try to search for ideas about how to make a voucher ticket. There are samples online that you can refer to but don't copy a design. Get inspirations from previous voucher tickets that have the same reference as yours. Take note of what will your voucher ticket serves. Is it for a movie pass? Will it be for a concert VIP pass? Or a product discount?
2. Design your Voucher Ticket
From the references and inspirations that you have taken notes, you can now begin making your voucher ticket. You can download a voucher ticket online to make a convenient move. However, if you want to create a more personalized voucher ticket, you make it from a blank sheet. You can use any word processing or document editor as long as you are comfortable using it.
3. Edit the Header
The header of your voucher ticket will carry its impression. You can go big with your header but not too much. Make rooms for important elements such as instructions and the category labels. Include name, address, phone number, email address, date, and manager's signature to authenticate the voucher. Use bold letters and attractive colors so it will pop out.
4. Write the Instructions
In most vouchers, you can find instructions at the back of the ticket. The instruction will tell the receiver of the voucher ticket on how to use it. The instruction is listed and in step-by-step. In making the instruction, use simple words and logical process. Avoid complicated process in the instruction so that the holder of the voucher ticket will have it convenient.
5. Save and Print
After you are done editing your voucher ticket, go over it once more to check if there are errors in information and especially in the instruction. Reread the instruction to check if everything that's in there is correct. If you are done save your document, tweak it and print it each time you need a new voucher.