Voucher codes have been part of my everyday life for a while now. I have friends who will not go to a restaurant without first consulting their favourite voucher code provider.
Initially, voucher codes were contained on static internet devices and you had to print the code off from your computer. This hindered those who either didn’t have a printer or who were not up to scratch on their printer maintenance, which, to be fair, can be a fairly costly operation and there are a lot more glamorous purchases out there than a new ink cartridge!
The first voucher codes were really just for experiences and days out but they soon filtered through to the field of eating out and it seems that this is where voucher codes have really made their niche.