With options for both physical gift cards and electronic alternatives, Clover offers a selection of ways to sell gift cards or reward customers with them. You can migrate existing gift card programs to Clover, and send electronic gift cards directly to customers’ mobile devices.
As Clover is cloud-based, you can log on to your Clover account from any internet-connected computer. However, Clover’s own hardware is bespoke and uses a custom version of the Android operating system.
There’s a large range of hardware on offer. At the more budget end of the scale, there’s the Clover “Go” at $69, a small hardware add-on for an existing mobile device that facilitates taking payments. Then there’s the “Flex,” a slick standalone mobile payments device at $499.
When it comes to fully-fledged static POS, there the “Mini” at $749, the “Station” at $1349, and the “Station Pro” at $1649. All of these systems are available on monthly installment payment plans.
You can mix and match different hardware, and there are also supplementary items available such as kitchen printers and customer-facing displays. The latter is included with the “Station Pro.”