The secret of receipt paper

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With the improvement of the material level, consumption and shopping have become daily routines, and thermal paper has almost become an existence that can be seen every day. Many people think that it is nothing more than checking the amount, but for merchants, it is not only a transaction receipt between the merchant and the consumer, but it can also increase the way of promotion, adding store products, logos, and store information to the receipt paper. Special offers, etc., customize a unique style of thermal receipt paper for your own shop.

What information does cash register paper generally contain?

At present, receipt paper or shopping receipts issued by supermarkets and shopping malls are all thermal paper. The printed shopping receipt generally contains the following content: sales unit name, contact information, cash register number, bill serial number, cashier number, sales date, product name, quantity, unit price, product amount, total amount, payment method, Actual received amount, change amount, bill printing time, etc.

What other designs will the merchants do on their cash register receipt paper?

1. Store and receipt information: Many store addresses and phone numbers, receipt numbers, POS machine numbers, cashier information, etc, are used to facilitate internal settlement.

2. Personalized design: business promotion such as logos, slogans, and QR codes. Big brands usually print a logo on the top, with a pattern on a bunch of text, which is highly recognizable.

3:Advertising space: There will be advertisements or slogans on the receipt paper, which is one of the means to save costs and increase revenue. Some will put promotional information on some products of the merchants, especially large shopping malls, and will also advertise for some counters.

4. Back design: Some businesses will design some unique brand information of their own. For example, the back design of Starbucks uses four paragraphs to introduce the brand’s efforts in environmental protection and corporate social responsibility.

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