Why 2020 is Loyalty's Year

This year, some of the biggest brands in the hospitality and retail industries launched or doubled down on loyalty programs. Taco Bell gave a rewards program a second chance five years after its first attempt, QuickChek launched its first program, and Chipotle’s loyalty enrollment grew four times in the month of April.

It’s no coincidence that loyalty programs have seen explosive growth in 2020. In addition to fostering the relationship between guest and brand, rewards programs enable companies to communicate directly with consumers and collect invaluable data on customer behavior.

Download this webinar to learn:

  • Why 2020 is the year of the loyalty program
  • How loyalty helps brands navigate turbulent times
  • The three tenets of every successful loyalty program

     

Disclaimer: Paytronix has a relationship with QuickChek and provides services to QuickChek to help enable programs mentioned in this webinar. None of the Paytronix employees that directly work with QuickChek assisted in the creation of content for this webinar. Paytronix is not affiliated with Taco Bell, Chiptole, other brands mentioned in this webinar, nor is this webinar sponsored or endorsed by any of these brands, including QuickChek. This webinar is strictly based on publicly available information and Paytronix's independent analysis of the industry.

 

 

 

 
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Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty

What kind of loyalty program helped Panera Bread drive 100,000 signups in a single day? In a word: subscriptions.

Companies that have launched subscription programs find a significant boost to their incremental sales. Panera saw a 70% increase in food attachment by subscribers.

Download the ebook Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty to learn everything from the the key advantages to the types of subscription models to consider.