Wix Mobile POS: Printing Receipts

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  • This article is about Wix Mobile POS for mobile phones.
  • For info on Wix Retail POS for brick and mortar stores, click here.
Print receipts during a Mobile POS sale using an Epson Omnilink TM-m30III printer. After setup, when you tap Send Receipt at the end of a sale, you'll be able to choose printing a receipt as one of the options. 
Screenshot of the screen you see in a Wix Mobile POS sale after receiving payment with the Send Receipt button indicated
  • Connecting a printer is only available for the US and Canada.
  • Printing receipts is currently available only for Wix Store and Wix Bookings sales.

Step 1 | Purchase a printer

Before you can start printing receipts, you need to acquire an Epson Omnilink TM-m30III printer. 
Epson Omnilink TM-m30III printer

Step 2 | Pair the printer with your mobile device

Once you have your printer, you can connect it to your mobile device. This allows you to send the print command via WiFi to the printer.

To pair your printer and phone:

  1. Go to your site in the Wix Owner app.
  2. Tap Manage  at the bottom.
  3. Tap Point of Sale under Get Paid.
  4. Tap the More Actions icon at the top right.
  5. Select POS settings.
  6. Tap Connect next to Receipt printer.
Screenshot of the POS settings, focusing on the connect receipt printer button
  1. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to turn on your printer's Bluetooth and tap Connect.
  2. Tap Connect next to the relevant printer.
  3. (Optional) Tap Print a test receipt.

Step 3 | Customize your receipt

With Wix POS, you can customize your receipt and decide on what information you want to display. Note that changes you make affect both printed receipts and emailed receipts. 

Step 4 | Print a receipt at a sale

Now that your printer is connected and your receipts are customized, you have the option of printing a receipt at a sale. 

To print a receipt at a sale:

  1. Process a sale and collect payment.
  2. Tap Send Receipt.
  3. Select Print receipt.


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