Bradley Allen Affiliate FAQ

What is my discount code?

Per the training and onboarding emails, we have our affiliates create their own coupon codes through the Affiliate Support Center. << Click here

We do this for a couple of important reasons.

1) Your coupon code is specific to you and your business so you are free to choose what the code should be both in the title and in the amount to best reflect your brand.

2) As an affiliate, you are receiving a commission based on your customer’s total purchase. By giving your customers your coupon code with an amount off their purchase, you will be cutting into your commission margins. Because of this, we want you to think about your strategy and choose what works best for you and your business. If you have customers that need deeper discounts, you can create your code to give up to 15% or $15 off, you may have more sales, but your commission will be less. Alternatively, you can choose to create a code that gives no discount, and by doing this, you can share your code rather than a link (Often used if you’re printing materials rather than sharing over the internet) if used, the customer will be linked to you and you will make your full commission.



What do I do after you receive my W9 and Affiliate Agreement?

You are welcome to create your affiliate account on our website here

The login area is also found in the footer of our website titled Affiliate Login.

If you have any questions about your affiliate dashboard check out the affiliate support center there’s a video that walks you through the dashboad features.

Otherwise let me know if you have any other questions!


How does the Affiliate Dashboard work?

I just approved you in the system to log into your dashboard. There you’ll find your custom URL’s that track your customer interest and sales. I also recommend checking out our affiliate support page which has a video that will walk you through how to use your dashboard and has forms for you to submit requests for your affiliate discount code and direct links from your website to ours etc.

I Donโ€™t Live in the US, Can I still be an Affiliate?

We received your affiliate application and think you would be a great fit! As a US company, we are currently still exploring the expansion of our affiliate program internationally. With that said, I have a couple questions for you.

1) I just need to verify that you are not a United States citizen?

2) Are you prepared to take full responsibility for the Tax requirements of your government?

By becoming an affiliate, you will be considered an Independent Contractor.

In the USA an individual doesn’t have to pay taxes on income that is less than $600. I’m not sure what kind of tax requirements the UK has, but it would be up to you to figure it out and let us know if we need to send you any paperwork at the end of the year.

Iโ€™m currently affiliated with other apparel companies, will that be a problem?

That’s a great question! On our end, it won’t be an issue at all, we don’t have any strict affiliations so you’re welcome to promote and cross-promote however you like as long as it’s in accordance with the affiliate agreement (Sections 4 and 5 on Forbidden Actions and Accepted Use).

Does Bradley Allen himself take trips to promote his clothing nationwide?

He does travel periodically throughout the year, but not consistently for promotional purposes. If he plans any trips for your area we’ll be sure to let you know! And feel free to keep us posted if you’re ever in Denver!

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