If you frequent a retailer regularly, why not sign up to their loyalty program? You could be receiving benefits just for shopping as you normally would.
For example: Did you know the average Australian women buys over 100 health and beauty products a year? Sounds like a lot doesn’t it? You think about; hair, skincare, beauty, vitamins & toiletries and that’s just for you, that doesn’t include your partner or kids. Doesn’t take long to add up.
By signing up to a loyalty program you could be receiving benefits such as vouchers, gifts and exclusive offers based on money you are already spending.
Not all loyalty programmes are equal, I would never pay a membership fee to join. There can be a big minimum spend required for some retailers so you need to do your research before signing up and ask yourself the question, is it worth it. To get the most from your cards you need to consolidate, no point having 5 cards to for 5 health and beauty retailers, you won’t get the maximum benefits.
I have done a lot of research into loyalty programmes and found the new Priceline Pharmacy Sister Club offers best monetary rewards and it’s a one stop shop for health and beauty for the whole family.
The minimum spend before rewards with Priceline Pharmacy Sister Club is only $100 in a quarter, now that’s NOT unrealistic and if you spend $400 in a quarter, which I can do sometimes not only do you receive a voucher you get to go in-store and receive 2 full size products not sample sizes. FULL size products.
In total I have 4 rewards cards in my wallet. I have a Woolworths card, yes it takes longer to receive rewards but I’m shopping there anyway, a Qantas card and a card for a Myer card.
Country have a great loyalty program if you shop there regularly, I don’t so no pint having a card; to receive maximum benefits you need to spend $750 in a year.
- if you are a frequent shopper at a particular retailer sign up
- don’t let a loyalty program influence your spending.
- treat the card like a bonus not an income
- research before you sign up
- consolidate your cards
- find the programs that work for you and stick with them
Priceline Pharmacy’s Sister club has over 6.4 million members so they must be doing something right.
*CLIENT Priceline Pharmacy Sister Club*