Buy 10 Get 1 Free and endless variations

Retail Hero's Q-Rewards Manager

Retail Hero's Q-Rewards for Microsoft Dynamics RMS is a customer loyalty program that gives item discounts based on the quantity of items purchased. You've seen it in variety of retail stores: "Buy 7 cups of coffee, get one free", "Buy 10 bags of dog food, get 1 Free", etc...

Now you can do the same with Q-Rewards without the hassle of the dreaded stamp-cards and folders. In Q-Rewards, you assign items to "incentive groups", and any purchase from that item group will get your customers one step closer to getting a discounted or free item from that same group as a reward.

In Q-Rewards you can have an unlimited number of incentive groups. Q-Rewards can be successfully applied to many retail industries that deal with quantity purchases and rewards for loyal customers.

 Typical program applications:
  • Pet Food Stores: "Buy 10 Get 1 Free Program"
  • Coffee shops: every 10th cup of coffee is free
  • Vitamin stores/health bars: every 7th power shake is 50% off
 Q-Rewards Features:
  • Supports unlimited number of the product groups and various discount scenarios
  • Completely automated counting
  • Prompts the cashier at the till to apply the reward
  • Supports RMS HQ and multi-store

Contact your RMS VAR or for purchase info and prices.

Q-Rewards Features

current version: 2.8
  • "Buy X Get Y for Z - Over Time"
  • Multiple incentive groups
  • Different setting for each group
  • Automatic POS operation
  • Built-in and RMS Manager reports
  • Multi-store support
  • "Free" or % discount rewards
  • "Frequent Buyer"
  • Works with Hero Points
  • Compatible with RMS 2.X
  • Compatible with Windows 7 and 8.X
  • Favorite in pet stores and coffee shops





Search by scanning a customer account number from a loyalty card, or find them by any combination of last name, first name and phone number (including online search using White Page service[1] in Canada or US). You can also create new accounts here.


There may be an unlimited number of product groups based on common criteria, such as product vendor, type, price or size. Group setting is flexible enough to allow variety of discount models and scenarios.