|Foreign Key Table
|A token identifier for RebateProgram entity type instances.
|Unique ID for a rebate sponsor entity type instance.
|A unique identifier for a RetailProcessor entity type instance.
|A code that must be supplied by a rebate claimant to indicate the rebate program a claim is submitted for. This is similar to a customer response code tied to a discount or other similar offer.
|Assigns a rebate program to a certain category. The enumerated values that determine categories are assigned by the retailer. Examples include: PROMOTION CONSERVATION HEALTYHABITS LOYALTY MEMBERSHIP_BENEFIT OTHER
|Designates the party that will receive a rebate payment. Valid values for this code are: RETAILER CUSTOMER Retailer means the retailer gets paid by the rebate sponsor and may or may not choose to pass it on to customers. Customer means that the retailer is serving as an intermediary only -- rebate related money is passed to the customer. Retailers (unless they are the sponsors) bill the sponsor any money they refund to customers.
|Designates the way a retailer is compensated for any rebate-related outlay of cash, merchandise, loyalty points, etc. they make on behalf of the rebate program. Sample values include: BILLBACK_REIMBURSEMENT AP_INVOICE_CREDIT DISCOUNT NO_REIMBURSEMENT (applies to retailer sponsored rebates) OTHER
|A boolean indicator that if YES means the rebate claimant must cut out the UPC from the original item package and submit it to validate that it is for the appropriate item. This is one of several validation requirements a rebate sponsor/processor may require before paying out a rebate.
|The latest postmark date that may appear on a mail in rebate and be eligible for payment. A postmark date after this date is deemed late and NOT ELIGIBLE for a rebate benefit.
|A narrative description of eligibility conditions that must be satsified by a claimant to receive rebate benefits. This is narrative information that supplements the SalesReceiptRequiredFlag, the UPCCutOutRequiredFlag and the ClaimLastPostalDate which are standard eligibility conditions for most retailer-based rebate programs.
|Currency code designated by ISO to identify national currency
|An estimated percentage of the amount of rebates earned but not paid out over the period of a rebate. ABC launches a$1M rebate with a breakage estimate of .34 which is $340K. When booking entries for rebate liability and rebate expense, ABC will assign 34% of a sale to the accrued rebate payable and 66% to the rebate discount. Note that breakage is a concern of the REBATE SPONSOR which may or may not be the retailer.
|Token ID for a CustomerRewardProgram instance.
|Date when a RebateProgram is operational.
|Date when a RebateProgram is no longer operational
|A code used to report rebate claims and redemptions back to a sponsor so they can attribute rebate performance to their promotion initative. This is NOT related to the retailers promotional initiatives.