Voucher Code Generator

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Coupon Code Generator

Generate unique, random, and hard to guess coupon / voucher codes. Use cases: promo codes, loyalty coupons, gift vouchers, in-app purchases, referral links
This library originates from Voucherify.
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See the full documentation - https://docs.voucherify.io


In Node.js

Install with npm:
$ npm install --save voucher-code-generator

Include with require:
var voucher_codes = require('voucher-code-generator');

In a browser

<script src="voucher_codes.js"></script>


Generate 5 codes, each 8 characters long:
    length: 8,
    count: 5

Sample result: ["FR6bwx1q", "ByamOdWV", "7roFwfQs", "rmWlwvll", "pgih5eAB"]


Default charset is alphanumeric (numbers and letters). However, you can specify your own charset:
    length: 6,
    count: 3,
    charset: "0123456789"

Sample result: ["386525", "676442", "019075"]
You can also use one of the predefined charsets by calling voucher_codes.charset(name).
| name | charset | |------------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------| | "numbers" | "0123456789" | | "alphabetic" | "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ" | | "alphanumeric" | "0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ" |
For example:
    length: 5,
    count: 4,
    charset: voucher_codes.charset("alphabetic")

Result: ["odghy", "kZEYc", "eOTCl", "wVCzD"]

Prefix and Postfix

You can optionally surround each generated code with a prefix and/or postfix. For instance:
    prefix: "promo-",
    postfix: "-2015"

Result: ["promo-WZ4x1t3U-2015"]


Codes may follow a specified pattern. Use hash (#) as a placeholder for random characters. Notice that if pattern is specified then length is ignored.
    pattern: "##-###-##",

Result: ["P7-ofW-Ka"]

Infeasible configs

There exist some configs that are not feasible. For example it's not possible to generate 1000 codes if you want your codes to be 2 characters long and consisting only of numbers. Voucher code generator detects such cases and throws an error "Not possible to generate requested number of codes.".
try {
        count: 1000,
        length: 2,
        charset: "0123456789"
catch (e) {
    console.log("Sorry, not possible.");

Sequential code

It is possible to generate a specific code from the pool of all possible codes for a config using a sequenceOffset parameter. The offset must be greater than equal 0, otherwise the first possible combination will be returned.
The offset must be less than the number of maximum combinations for a config, otherwise the last possible combination will be returned. It is possible to generate a series of codes starting from sequenceOffset by additionally using count config parameter.
var sequenceOffset = 52;

    count: 3,
    length: 2,
    charset: "0123456789"
}, sequenceOffset);

Result: ["52", "53", "54"]

Config reference

| attribute | default value | description | |------------------|:--------------:|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | length | 8 | Number of characters in a generated code (excluding prefix and postfix) | | count | 1 | Number of codes generated. | | charset | alphanumeric | Characters that can appear in the code. | | prefix | "" | A text appended before the code. | | postfix | "" | A text appended after the code. | | pattern | "########" | A pattern for codes where hashes (#) will be replaced with random characters. |


Install dependencies:
npm install

Run tests:
npm run test


Code released under the MIT license.