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Add a digital gift card

Set up and embed a gift card link on your website to allow your site visitors to purchase digital gift cards. Gift cards can boost sales, engage existing customers or bring in new customers. It’s free to set up and sell gift cards online, though you still pay a credit card payment processing fee.

Required: Before you begin, set up your Gift Up! account, a Square account or another payment processor. Read the More info section below on how customers redeem their gift cards in your store online and in person.
  1. Go to your GoDaddy product page.
  2. Scroll to Website Builder and select Manage next to the website you want to change.
  3. Select Edit Website or Edit Site to open your website builder.
  4. Add a section, look for Gift Card and select Add.
  5. In the Gift Card menu, select Gift Card Settings.
    Select Gift Card Settings in the menu
  6. In a separate tab or window, go to your Gift Up! account or Square account and sign in.
    • Gift Up!: Once you’ve created your gift card, go to Settings and select Get your checkout code/link. Then select Copy next to your link.
      Where you find your digital gift card URL in GiftUp!
    • Square: Select Gift Cards in the left menu and follow the prompts. From your Square dashboard, check that Sell eGift Cards Online is toggled on. Copy your Digital Gift Card URL from the Square dashboard. If you have difficulty, please read Square’s Help article (or watch their video, or set up from your app) and Square’s FAQs.
      Where you find your digital gift card URL in Square
  7. Back in your Website Builder site, paste the URL you copied into the Gift Card URL field.
  8. Edit the rest of your section settings, and remember to publish your site to make your changes visible.

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