Priiize Digital Scratch-Offs Generator.
Yes, Priiize is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, iOS, and Android devices – smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers.
Your account is automatically activated after you:
- Register for the free trial. or;
- After a payment is processed.
Each plan is offered for a defined block of time, or the number of days active.
The clock starts after a payment is processed even if you put a campaign on pause, or do not make or use it.
You may reactivate your campaign(s) at any time after the block of time allotted by purchasing a plan.
At the end of the days use period for a one-time payment plan you will need to renew your plan at anytime thereafter.
We now offer recurring billing (subscription billing). If you choose this option your credit card will be automatically billed every 30 days from the time of activation. You may upgrade or downgrade at any time, or cancel. There are no contracts to sign, or penalties if you cancel.
Your scratch-off campaigns are automatically saved so they are there for you in the future – just remember to select the same template your game(s) were built on.
To ask for a refund please write to firstname.lastname@example.org – supply your name and the email address you used to purchase your plan and we will reverse your charge in full, no questions asked.
Yes, here they are:
“How-To” Videos – short and to the point.
To watch each video, click the URL links below.
1.How to create a “Free Trial” in Priiize Scratch-Off Games
2. How to select a template, set up a campaign, add prizes and prize claims to your Priiize Scratch-Off Campaign
3. How to add a prize to your Priiize Scratch-Off Campaign
4. How to set up a background color and add your logo to your Priiize Scratch-off Campaign
5. How to set up “Rules, Terms, and Conditions” in your Priiize Scratch-Off Campaign
6. How to change the “Scratch-Off Pad” on your Priiize Scratch-Off Campaign
7. How to set up “Next Play” for your Priiize Scratch-Off Campaign
8. How to select a background color for your Priiize Scratch-Off Game
9. How to set up the Prize Claim Expiration Date
10. How to set up the Prize Claim Email Notifier
Make your logo image 600 x 200 pixels wide is ideal but you can make the height more but not too much because it pushes all the text and scratch-off pad below it down lower on the screen.
If you want a color background to appear behind your logo then upload your logo with a transparent background in either a .png or .gif format, or make the background a color that coordinates with your game’s background color.
Never embed your logo on the background image.
The best size to make prize images is a perfect square, 300 x 300 pixels.
Background image sizes are to be made by trial and error. Start at 1920×1000 pixels and then view your game on a cellphone and desktop computer and make adjustments as necessary. Abstract backgrounds work the best because it is not Responsive and will stretch to fit the monitor.
Yes, you can add prize images and or prize text.
Make each prize image the same exact size and also the scratch-off patch that people scratch to reveal their prize. Prize images can be square, rectangular, or a dot. Just make them all the same exact size. A good size is 300 pixel wide.
Prize text can be set in any color or font size. It is limited to 14 characters per lines and includes two lines of text.
If you do not have a logo, you can type in your name instead of using an image. Make text any color and size you want.
In “Logo Type,” select the “Text” option, not the “Image” option.
Another option for the logo image area is to place a non-logo image in its place that relates to your game. An example is using the “6 Generic Scratch-Off Game Theme Logos” that appear on the Free Images page.
No, there is no limit to the number of people who can play your scratch-off games.
No, there is no limit to the number of prizes you set up for each game.
When the number of any given number of prizes reaches zero, Priiize will not display that prize again unless, of course, if you replenish the number of prizes.
When all prizes reach zero, and you still have people playing the game, they will see this message on screen, “Sorry, this prize has been won and reached its limit of winners.”
The best practice is to monitor your campaign(s) prize quantities daily. Your options are either turning the game off, putting it on Pause or adding more prize allotments.
Chances are, if this should ever happen, you are running a game that people love and are really engaging with!
We do not recommend putting games on websites using an iFrame. The reason being that the IP Address will always be your website’s and not the players device IP Address. Players will be able to play multiple times which cannot prevent players from winning multiple prizes.
Yes, you can give out multiple scratch-off cards to a person to play.
This is how to set it up:
Create a campaign and think of it as a scratch-off card.
However, although we say it is a scratch-off card, don’t think of it as one physical card, it is one scratch-off card set up to be played multiple times by as many multiple players as you want, and can have one prize or any number of prizes you allocate to it.
Each scratch-off card (actually called a campaign in Priiize) will have multiple scratch-off cards allocated to it (5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 1000, 1,000,000, etc.), so technically, it is not just one card.
- Now create as many different scratch-off card lots (campaigns) you will need (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.) Then set up the number allocated of prizes in each scratch-off card (100, 1000, 1,000,000, etc.)
- Since each scratch-off campaign generates a unique URL and a QR code, you will give players the exact number of Scratch-off Campaign URLs (or QR codes) to play just like you would handing out paper scratch-off cards in person.
For example, you set up a Priiize account with ten campaigns. Now you have ten different scratch-off campaigns, each with the prizes and unique URL and QR code. Pass out the desired number each URLs or QR Codes to your players.
If a customer buys four items and you reward them four scratch-off cards, you would give them 4 Scratch-off URLs (or QR codes) out of the 10 URLs you set up in your admin panel.
The most efficient way to give out URLs is to set them up in sets of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, etc. on a Word or Excel doc to quickly copy and paste on an email or text message to send to customers to play. Each URL is a different scratch-off card to play.
SET “NEXT PLAY” – EXAMPLES: If you want players to only play their scratch-off cards 1x only, set “Next Play” to “Never Play Again“.
If you want players to only play 1x a week set it to “Custom Hours” and hours to 168 (7 days x 24 hours in a day = 168 hours).
Please contact us for more information on how to set it, or for a small fee, and we will set up the campaigns for you.
Contact Dennis Romano -732-922-8800, or email via the contact form.
Yes, just click the “Duplicate” button. It will only work for plans with more than one campaign.
Yes, you can delete a campaign by clicking the trash can icon.
If your plan only comes with one campaign you can write-over a Campaign you wish not to use anymore.
If your plan comes with multiple campaigns you can delete any and replace them with a new campaign.
If you need to add more campaigns then select a plan that offers additional campaigns.
Yes, but will have to rebuild the game on the other template by adding a new campaign. If you don’t have enough campaigns you must delete one, and add a new campaign in its place. If you are on a plan with only 1 campaign you will have to first delete the game and then add a campaign back in. At that time you select the different template you want to use.
Yes, you can set a start and end date for your campaign by selecting Live With Dates under Campaign Status in Step 4
Yes, you can set an Expiration Date for coupons and prize claims for any plan that includes the Opt-In and or Prize Claim Form features.
Priiize works on touchscreens as long as they are connected to the Internet. Basically a scratch-off campaign generates a URL to click on to play. You could have a button on the screen that is linked to the campaign to start the play and use the template with a prize claim form to gather the person’s name, address, phone, email, etc. and download that list as an Excel, CSV, or PDF doc if everyone is a winner. If you plan on having “Losers” then you should consider the template that has the Opt-In Form to collect their name and email address, mobile number so you have a record of everyone who has played whether they are a Winner of a Loser, and had the Prize Claim Form for the winners and you would have all the bases covered. If you would like a free demo to go over the templates and system please arrange for it here https://priiize.com/request-a-free-demo at a convenient time for you and your team.
Yes, you can set the Time Delay in Step 3 > Play > Next Play. Select one of four options –
- End of Day
- Custom Hours
- Immediate Replay
- Never Play Again
Yes, you can have players opt-in using their Facebook, Google and Email to play with any plan that includes the Opt-In feature.
How to setup win/lose percentage on virtual scratch-off games
You are automatically setting up a percentage of win/lose when you type in the number allotted for each prize by the number of players. A simple example is if you have 10 people playing with 5 Winners and 5 Losers, the odds of winning is 1 out of 2.
A second example is if you have 205 players with a game set to 200 losers and 5 winners, then the odds of winning will be low and slow.
Another issue to consider when setting the odds is there is a possibility that everyone you project is going to play does not. Out of the 205 players, 50 may only play the first few days, and they could all be losers. In this case, I would put Losers on “Pause” for a few hours and keep Winners “Activated” on so people start winning, especially if everyone knows each other, like if the players are employees of one company. Winners will brag to other teammates they won, which is a great buzz to get people excited and play if they haven’t already.
We recommend that you watch your game Winners and Losers daily and make any adjustments to each Winner and Loser prizes’ quantity set. If you have a game with more Losers than Winners and see the number of Losers far out-pacing winners, lower the number allocated to “Losers” so the odds even-out more for a better mix of Winners Losers. Having the right blend of Winner and Losers will keep players pumped-up that they have a chance of winning something.
The other thing is only you know what is going on, not the individual players, unless they are all in daily contact with each other. If you posted Winners and Losers’ names on a leaderboard, social networks, or your website, this would have a significant impact
Yes, you can approve prizes in any plan that includes the Prize Claim Form. Set the prizes you want to approve first in “Validators” to “Manual” approval.
This is the breakdown:
1. “Scratch & Win” Template:
This will just display “WINNER.”
2. “Scratch & Win + Opt-in” Template:
This will just display “WINNER.”
3. For both “Scratch & Win + Prize Claim” and “Scratch & Win + Opt-in + Prize Claim“ Templates:
“WINNER” – Player won the prize but has not clicked on the button to CLAIM PRIZE.
“CLAIM PENDING” Player clicked on the CLAIM PRIZE button but has not filled the claim form yet.
“CLAIM SUBMITTED” Player filled the CLAIM FORM and now the decision is Pending from the CAMPAIGN OWNER. [This only applies when Claim Validation is set to “Manual”]
“CLAIM APPROVED” Claim has been APPROVED by the campaign owner.
“CLAIM REJECTED” Claim has been REJECTED by the campaign owner.
Yes, you can validate a prize on any plan that has the Prize Claim Form. You can also decline a prize claims.
Yes, the Opt-in form can be set in the following ways:
- You can turn each of the Facebook and Google opt-ins on or off.
- You can have the Email form on.
- And you can add one custom field to the Opt-in.
We have seen companies’ custom field asking employees to input their employee ID numbers in it. And, retailers are using it for their salespeople to add an invoice number for every sale they make, they get to play a scratch-off.
QUESTION: I wish to run a Buy & Win Campaign with virtual scratch cards with different prizes, one BIG Prize, and the rest coupons. How does it work and what is the cost?
This is easy to set up in Priiize. If everyone will be a winner (like giving away coupons). It doesn’t cost any more to do. We would recommend the virtual Scratch & Win + [Prize Claim] Form. With this plan you can manually manage winners Prize Claim Forms of the GRAND PRIZE and other high-value prizes and let the system auto-validate lower valued prizes like 10% off coupons.
You will be able to email winner validations from within the Priiize admin panel. Plus you will have all winners contact info to remarket to, and retain for your records.
If you plan on not everyone is a winner with “Sorry, not a Winner” type of scratch-off cards then we recommend the Scratch-off Cards + [Opt-In to Play] + [Prize Claim Form].
With the “Opt-in To Play” feature, you capture everyone’s email address who has played because if someone gets a “Sorry, not a Winner” card then you won’t capture their email address as you would with Winning scratch-off prizes.
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Yes, you can add as many additional fields as-needed and set each as “Required” or not on the Prize Claim Form.
Custom fields are set up in STEP 3. PREVIEW > CLAIM FORM > ADDITIONAL FIELDS
For gift-giving and gender reveals use the Scratch & Win plan. As of this writing, the Scratch & Win campaign costs $11 for 1 campaign with an unlimited number of scratch-off cards for unlimited number of players. Usage is live for 30 days.
The best way to test your game before it is released to players is to copy and paste the game URL and QR Code and send it to yourself in an email and click the game link within the email.
Also, if you are using an iFrame, company Intranet, or an App to send a game link, test it from there too. Make sure the Priiize system can sniff the player IP Address and prevent you from playing multiple times if you have it set to “Never Play Again.”
There are so many technical variables and we have no way of guaranteeing anything when using an iFrame, Intranet, or an App to send a game link.
Yes, you can download the list of Winners and Validations to Excel, CVS or PDF with any plan that includes the Prize Claim Form feature.
Yes, you can download the list of people who opt-in using Facebook, Google or Email with any plan that includes the Opt-In feature. The list displays their first and last name and email address at Facebook or Google.
This list does not display the prize won or lost, only log in details.
Yes, you set prizes to be approved automatically and or manually with any plan that has the Prize Claim Form feature.
Yes, you can link to external website outside of Priiize at the end of a gameplay for Winners and Losers. Use to link a URL to a external web landing page, SMS web page, shopping cart, social network, scheduling calendar for demos and appointments, order forms, web forms, video, etc.
CTA – (Call To Action) Button and Text Link
Editable CTA (Call To Action) Button and Text Link on Winner and Loser page reveals on all 4 templates.
To Locate: Click (A) “STEP 3” Tab > (B) “WINNER” Tab > (C) “CTA” Link > (D) Click “Button Visible?” to turn on > (E) Change wording, colors, font size and color, button size and color, and customize with your URL.
CLICK SAVE TO SAVE YOUR EDITS
To Locate: Click (A) “STEP 3” Tab > (B) “LOSER” Tab > (C) “CTA” Link > (D) Click “Button Visible?” to turn on > (E) Change wording, colors, font size and color, button size and color, and customize with your URL.
CLICK SAVE TO SAVE YOUR EDITS
The short answer is yes, however, this scratch-off game was designed and produced to be transmitted via the Internet. As a precaution, if you are using a custom app or Intranet it is your responsibility to test it first prior to going live and make any adjustments if necessary. We cannot be responsible for games sent via any custom apps or Intranets. We will gladly help if you have any questions or need support.
Yes, you can email Winners to Validate or Decline their Prize Claim if you have the plan that includes the Prize Claim Form.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Prize Claim emails sent from your dashboard are one-way only – you can only send, not receive. For this reason, it is important to include an email address and or phone number in your email for players to contact you back about a question they may have.
Each campaign generates a unique URL and QR Code to be shared over the Internet. You can give them one or both by email, text, embed the QR code on indoor and outdoor posters, on TV monitors, print ads, direct mailers, and social posts.
Another option is to send game links via SMS text messages to people who have opted in to receive text messages from you.
If you plan to use a custom app or an Intranet it is your responsibility to test the game, opt-in form, and prize claim email notifier first prior to going live and make any adjustments if necessary.
We cannot be responsible for games sent via any custom apps or Intranets. We will gladly help if you have any questions or need support.
The software sniffs players’ IP Addresses. If people play from a different device the software has no way of knowing it is the same person.
The best practice is to set prizes Manual Approval for high-value prizes. Each prize won will have its own unique Prize Claim Number and Admin Validation Number to download and keep for your records.
Doing this will prove that a prize is won and validated, especially if there is an accidental or nefarious attempt to claim awards multiple times unless your game rules allow for this way to play.
As with all other SaaS digital services, we cannot guarantee older phone technologies, out of date or five years or older, nor phones no longer supported by their manufacturer with a perfect user experience.
NEW FEATURE UPDATE!
(Posted November 14, 2021) New technology is now in place that will prevent players from accessing your game with cookies turned off or playing on a public Wi-Fi network. Plus, they will not be able to submit a prize claim if the “Next Play” setting is “Never Again” or between the period you determine. For example, if the Next Play game setting allows players to play 1x per week, this will prevent them from playing again until the week is up.
(1) Cookies have to be turned on to submit a prize claim form. (2) If a player opts in using the general “Email” field, they will only be able to play the number you predetermine in the Next Play setting. For example, if Next Play is set to one-time or never again, they will not be able to put in additional prize claims by accident or on purpose.
(A) Facebook and Google cookies must be on to proceed.
(B) If players opt-in via an email address, they will only be able to play and submit a prize claim by the Next Play setting you determine.
PRIZE CLAIM FORM
(C) Cookies must be turned on to submit a prize claim form.
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We had one situation reported by a user that their account was showing up as in-active on Internet Explorer browser. When they opened their admin panel in Google Chrome the account displayed as an active account and plan.
It is best to always stay up to date and use only the latest version of any active browser for the best Internet viewing, performance, and user-experience consistency.
We prefer Google Chrome.
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OPTION: URL Mask.
If you wish to mask “priiize.com” in your game’s URL you can. Replace the “priiize.com” with “scratchservr.com.” Give your customers the updated URL to use for their game(s). The entire game play will display the “scratchservr.com” at each stage.
NOTE: The game URL generated by the QR code does not update to “scratchservr.com”; it retains the “priiize.com” within its URL.
Yes, it is in your Priiize Admin Panel at Campaign and Global levels.
No, we do not have a Points Program but there is work-around to accomplish this doing it manually.
Make each prize a number of points it populates in the Winners dashboard. As winners submit prize claims (their points) download them on an Excel doc, sort by name and or email address to make it go fast.
Your campaigns remain intact if you decide purchase a plan anytime in the future. To purchase a plan click the “Plan” link on the vertical menu.
The 7-day free trial is for building, testing and sharing with team members. You can build a real campaign during the 7-day free trial period and would have to purchase a plan to use it. We appreciate it if a free trial not be used specifically to execute a real game and not pay. We depend on revenues to keep this service going and to support our families.
In your dashboard click “My Profile” on the left column and look for the “Change Password link.
To download your Priiize Invoice and Receipt click “My Plan” in the vertical menu in your dashboard > then click “View” under the Invoice & Receipt column bottom far right.
Click “Download Invoice” and “Download Receipt.
Priiize is developed for businesses for rewarding coupons, giveaways, and prizes, and used to engage and reward customers, employees, and learners.
Priiize is not to be used for a lottery.
What you need to know about Lotteries – A lottery consists of three elements: 1) prize, 2) chance, and 3) consideration. If you eliminate consideration, then it is not a lottery. Prize promotions in which there is an element of chance, and a prize is to be awarded are permitted, but to avoid your promotion being an illegal lottery, participants should not be required to provide any consideration to take part. Consideration is any type of payment or purchase or a requirement that a “substantial expenditure of effort” be made. Prize promotions and contests that require a purchase by participants are illegal in the United States.
Priiize Terms of Service and Conditions prohibits Lotteries and will exercise its right to terminate an account without notice who engages in any such activity using legal tender and or crypto currency.
If you are holding an event with a roomful of people all playing your game it will register on the system as one IP address for everyone playing. Priiize has the technology in place to make players have cookies turned on so they cannot play multiple times in a row by accident or on purpose. The same applies for the Prize Claim Form.
Some corporate email servers have very strong spam filters. If emails are going into spam contact your IT department to white list emails from priiiiz.com.
There are also spam keyword triggers to avoid using in your email notifiers. They are:
3. Winner, Win, Winning, Won, or, You are a Winner
4. Prize or Prizes
6. Claim or Claims
12. Gift Certificate
13. Free offer
15. For you
16. Please read
Here is the full list of 394 spam trigger keywords Hubspot recommends not using in emails: https://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/30684/the-ultimate-list-of-email-spam-trigger-words.aspx. This is good to know in general for any of the other keywords to avoid using in marketing emails blasts.
No, Prize Claims submitted after a Campaign ends will display “This Campaign has ended” message.
If you want players to be able to make a Prize Claim after a campaigns ends do one of the following:
- Leave the game on “Live” and Pause the prizes so no one can win a prize, only put in a prize claim. Then end the campaign by putting it on Pause after the allotted time you give players to claim a prize.
- At the end of your campaign date leave the campaign on “Live” and only approve claims that come in after after the allotted time you give players to claim a prize and ignore the rest. Then shut the campaign off by putting it on “Pause.”
I recently did a 7-day free trial and would like to purchase a campaign, but it was giving me a warning box that I would lose the campaign I designed in the 7-day free trial. Is there any way to keep my campaign saved and add it to the purchased campaign so I don’t lose all of my work?
Yes, you can but you will need to know the number of campaigns purchased cannot be greater than you have on the free trial.
EXAMPLE #1: If you are buying a 1-Campaign Plan, delete all campaigns except the one you want and the one you want to use will still be there after your purchase goes through.
EXAMPLE #2: You want to buy the 3-Campaign Plan but still have 5 Campaigns on the free trial. You would delete 2 Campaigns and the remaining 3 Campaigns will still be saved after purchase.
It is best to use the contact form below to contact us with any questions, or call (732) 922-8800 to speak to Dennis Romano at Envision, parent company of Priiize.
The “Failed Prize” dashboard will display any player(s) who experience an issue trying to make a prize claim and they cannot complete the prize claim form. You are able to see who it is, why their claim did not fully process, and then “Revert” the “Failed Prize” claim to go into the Prize Claims list to approve (or deny).
A few reasons a prize claim can stall why submitting a Prize Claim are:
- Bad connection with IP provider.
- If a claim date is expired.
- Phone battery goes dead.
- It will happen if the prize claim is not made in sequential order. Sequential means OPTIN=>PLAY=>WIN/LOSS=>CLAIM or, >PLAY=>WIN/LOSS=>CLAIM.
- In scenario #4 above, ask the player to refresh the page. The error message will display, “”Invalid request. Please refresh page and proceed again.
Webhook for Priiize Scratch-off Campaigns Integration.
Integrate your favorite software services with your Priiize Scratch-off Campaigns with Webhook. Automate your campaigns with real-time information delivered to your apps. Receive Opt-in and Prize Claim Forms with third-party services like Integromat, Pabbly Connect, Integrated, Zapier, Konnectzit, etc.
Connect Priiize Webhooks with thousands of Online Apps, SMS, and CRM Email platforms you already use like Salesforce, Hubspot, ConstantContact, Mailchimp, Google Sheets, and thousands more.
The free Webhook setup tool and documentation are ready to use.
Look for Webhook on your Priiize dashboard.
Consult with your IT Team or Digital Agency for the best solution for your specific needs.
What is Webhook? A webhook (also called a web callback or HTTP push API) is a way for an app to provide other applications with real-time information. The webhook delivers Priiize game results data to other applications as it happens in real-time, meaning you get your Priiize scratch-off game campaign data instantly.