Passes and Cards for Apple Wallet & Google Wallet


Mobile Wallet Marketing

Here come Passes & Cards for the Wallet! The wallet is bursting at the seams: Tickets, coupons, customer cards ... all too often what you are looking for is not at hand. That's why all these cards and passes now belong in your smartphone. Because that is always there! Without your own app, just in the Apple Wallet and Google Wallet.

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And most importantly, from now on you can easily get in touch with your target group via push notifications, promotions or offers. This is how customer loyalty works today. Create your own tickets, coupons and cards for the mobile wallet now, with the intuitive and easy to use software solution of Kortpress!

Google Wallet Security

Google Wallet is a safe app with useful security features. Google Wallet puts you in control of your data. Protect yourself and your personal information anytime, anywhere, and protect your assets on every mobile payment opportunity. Google Wallet Security gives you advanced protection and easy-to-use privacy controls to keep you and your data safe at all times. Android users are also offered two-step authentication, a find-my-phone function and remote data deletion. In addition, Tap to pay uses encrypted payment codes to hide your real card number, i.e. card details are not stored on your smartphone. This means that if lost or stolen, this information cannot be accessed, even when the screen is unlocked.

Target your customers directly!

Push Notifications | Location Based

You can address your target group directly using the card or pass in the wallet and notify them of a new campaign with short push notifications. Or, even better, you can use location-based services and make your customers a particularly great offer when they walk past your store: individually segmentable and absolutely targeted.

Wallet Push Notification

This is how you score points with your customers

Live Update | Status change

Until now, if you lost or changed a card, you had to order or create a new one. You couldn't see your account points or status on the card itself. But now it has never been more efficient and convenient to keep all your cards and passes up-to-date. Account points are updated in real time, or a pass simply gets an upgrade when it reaches the next status level. And most importantly: This good news always lands directly on the screen of the customers' smartphone.

Pass Live Update

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Clear prices

Simple accounting

At Kortpress you know exactly what you are paying for. With the cloud solution you benefit from transparent pricing with monthly billing. For the in-house solution there is a convenient and unlimited annual subscription.

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Kortpress Pricing & Models


10 Passes










Monthly base price 0€* 0€* 54,00 €* 499,00 €* 1.249,00 €* 2.499,00 €*
Each additional pass (per month) - 0,07 €* 0,06 €* 0,05 €* 0,03 €* 0,02 €*
Included pass updates 20 None 2.000 20.000 100.000 200.000
Each additional pass update - 0,01 €* 0,01 €* 0,01 €* 0,01 €* 0,01 €*
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* all prices are exclusive of statutory value added tax

Free (10 Passes) Select
Monthly base price 0€*
Each additional pass (per month) -
Included pass updates 20
Each additional pass update -
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Flex Select
Monthly base price 0€*
Each additional pass (per month) 0,07 €*
Included pass updates None
Each additional pass update 0,01 €*
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1.000 Passes Select
Monthly base price 54,00 €*
Each additional pass (per month) 0,06 €*
Included pass updates 2.000
Each additional pass update 0,01 €*
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10.000 Passes Select
Monthly base price 499,00 €*
Each additional pass (per month) 0,05 €*
Included pass updates 20.000
Each additional pass update 0,01 €*
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50.000 Passes Select
Monthly base price 1.249,00 €*
Each additional pass (per month) 0,03 €*
Included pass updates 100.000
Each additional pass update 0,01 €*
100.000 Passes Select
Monthly base price 2.499,00 €*
Each additional pass (per month) 0,02 €*
Included pass updates 200.000
Each additional pass update 0,01 €*

* all prices are exclusive of statutory value added tax


Google is a technology company based in the USA and better known by its search engine. Founded in 1998, computer scientists Larry Page and Sergey Brin built the first building block for one of the world's most valuable brands. From that point on, information was made available to everyone with Internet access. Since 2015, due to restructuring, Google LLC has become a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc. Google is the global market leader among search engines and the most visited website in the world. With a market share of over 90% in Europe, Google is a direct competitor to other search engines such as Bing, Yandex or Baidu. Google LLC offers further services of the World Wide Web. These include: Web browser, music (Youtube), e-mail account (Gmail), a play store for mobile applications on all Android devices, maps, photos, cloud (Drive), Google Pay and many more. Until today the search for answers is the focus of the company.


Apple Wallet & Google Wallet

A Wallet App can be found on both iOS and Android devices. These digital Wallets can store means of payment such as credit cards or digital cards such as customer cards, admission tickets, boarding passes and coupons. Due to the large number of possible card types, the possible uses of the Wallet seem endless. For example, a digital customer card can be used to implement a digital customer loyalty program. The end customer can be notified via push notifications using the card stored in the Wallet and benefit from dynamic real-time updates of the customer account. The Wallet offers companies a high level of transparency about the behavior of their customers and the possibility of persuading them to make a purchase by means of individual offers.


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