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Event Ticket Type*
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Pass Serial Number*
Auto generated serial
Provided at pass creation
Use the same serial for each pass
These options allow you to configure your pass to integrate into your existing systems and/or apps.
You can associate your pass with any number of apps. Passbook will automatically display the most appropriate one depending on the user's device and locale
Passes that work with Apple Pay can send reward card information to a terminal as part of an Apple Pay transaction. To support this feature, the terminal manufacturers must implement the Value Added Services Protocol. It is available only for Store Card style passes and requires a NFC enabled Pass Type ID certificate.
Rewards enrollment lets you create a pass that prompts the user to sign up for a rewards program. The user can provide personal information during signup which is used to update the pass.
To display this data on the pass, please use the following Item Names for your pass fields: fullname, givenName, familyName, emailAddress, phoneNumber, ISOCountryCode, postalCode.
Zip Code and Country
Alpome can send notifications to an email address or url of your choice after each Pass action. Each notification contains details about the pass
Here is where you add content to the face of the pass. Each field requires a unique name that will be used by the API when updating the pass. Each pass type has a prescribed layout and a maximum number of fields. Passbook will automatically shrink long text values and very long text values may be cut short.
Use the dynamic option if the label or data value will be different on each pass. If you add a change message, an alert will appear on the user's lock-screen or notification centre whenever the pass is updated with new data.
Passholder can change default value
Each pass may contain a barcode that can be scanned by the pass issuer to identify a pass or to trigger some sort of action (E.g. update a field on the pass and push an update). Passbook supports 3 types of barcode. Which barcode is most appropriate will depend upon the amount of information you wish to encode, the capability of your scanning technology and the design of your pass.
Square barcodes (Aztec and QR Code) work better for large messages but reduce the amount of other information the pass can display for certain pass types.
Text to Encode
Text to Display
If you would like to digitally sign your Barcodes for use with Pass Verifier App, please enter your Pass Verifier credentials below. To stop signing passes, delete your credentials.
You can include up to 20 fields on the back of the pass. Fields take up the entire width of the pass and each additional field will appear below the previous one. If the field is dynamic and a change message is set, an alert will appear on the user's lock-screen or notification centre whenever a change is pushed to the pass.
If you are using your own certificate, you are reminded that Apple requires that your Company name, address and telephone number appears in one of these fields.
You can customise the look and feel of the Pass by changing the colours and images below. Only options relevant to the selected pass type will be displayed.
Label Text Colour*
Value Text Colour*
Strip Text Colour*
Icon images should square and at least 120px wide
Logo images should be at least 100px high
Suppress Shine Effect
Strip Images should be at least 640px wide. When using a QR or Aztec Code, the strip image height will be slightly cropped
Strip Images for Event Tickets should be at least 640px wide.
Personalization images should be at least 80px high.
Background Images for event tickets should be at least 360px wide
Thumbnail images should be at least 180px by 180px. Images with a ratio greater than 3:2 or less than 2:3 will be cropped
Footer images should be 572px wide by 30px high
Passes are integrated with the lock screen to make relevant pass immediately accessible. Relevance information is passive: it helps users find passes when they need them by putting relevant passes right on the lock screen. Choose any or all of the following lock screen options.
A date can be used to provide context to locations. For example for a flight, you would want the lock screen notification to show only the day of the flight, and only when in proximity of the Airport.
If you would like the Pass to display a message on the screen when the user is close to a location where it can be used, you can enter up to 10 locations below.
If you would like the Pass to display a message on the screen when the user is close to a Bluetooth Beacon where it can be used, you can enter up to 10 Bluetooth Beacons below.
If you would like to localise the pass for multiple languages please select the desired language and provide translation below. If you choose, you can also supply provide separate images for each language. Unless a specific language is specified, the pass will dispaly field labels and data as specified in this template. Dates, numbers and currency data types will always be displayed according to the users's language and region preference.
Pass link type*
Limit to 1 pass per user
Flag all passes as expired
Enable social side panel
Promote Pass URL
Scan this QR code to create a pass
Pass Update URL
Push Changes to All Passes
Reset dynamic fields to default values