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The Best, Worst and Ugly - Loyalty Programs in the US

THE BEST AND WORST LOYALTY PROGRAMS 21.9 According to Colloquy Talk, in 2013 a U.S. household had an average of 21.9loyalty programs, but was only active 9.5 in 9.5 of them % 2BILLION There are more than 2 billion loyalty program memberships up from 970 million 4 years ago 970 MLN The Best W Walgreens - Balance Rewards Points Earned Reward $5 $10 Get 500 points for every prescription and immunization 20 points for every mile you walk, weigh-in, blood glucose test Earn extra points on specially marked purchases 5,000 10,000 18,000 $20 30,000 $35 40,000 $50 CVS - ExtraCare ÇVS pharmacy extracare Earn 2% cash back in ExtraBucks Rewards CVS/pharmacy (you can use them like free CVS money) on almost all purchases • Get all the in-store coupons by only scanning the card before shopping + receive additional savings on select items that are already on sale. my my w 5412 7501 2345 6769 BEST BUY Best Buy- My Best Buy ne 01/35 VALUES CARINEARER Meta 12345678901 VALUED CARBME ne ER It's almost 2% cash back. Why?1 point per $1 spent -> 250 points = $5 reward certificate. 5% back in rewards with the My Best Buy Credit Card Free Standard Shipping for all orders instead of $35 Minimum at • Access to My Best Buy exclusive offers REDcard credit Target - REDcard debit REDcard Target. • 5% Off, some exlusions apply • Free Shipping extra 30 days for returns *The APR for purchases is currently 22.90% rewards Amazon - Rewards Visa Card from Chase amazon D. WALDEN VISA • One time $30 Gift Card 3% Back at The Worst 2% Back at gas stations and restaurants • 1% Back on all other purchases *The Back rewards are earned as points. You get one point for every penny you earn in % Back rewards. Any Supermarket Loyalty Card According to Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN) products sold at supermarkets with card-loyalty programs, including Kroger and Albertsons, tended to be priced 28% to 71% higher than products at card-free competitors like Target. Average yearly Food spending 0000 0000 0000 171% $13,426 128% $10,050 100% $7,852 *Average spending on food per week is $151 x 52 weeks => $7852 (yearly). Sources: Retailers'websites

The Best, Worst and Ugly - Loyalty Programs in the US

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A small incursion into the world of loyalty programs in the US, a market with more than 2 billion memberships. Discover why CVS, Walgreens, Best Buy, Amazon and Target have the best loyalty programs a...


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