How they do it: Marriott’s loyalty program ”Marriott Rewards” offers its members exclusive status benefits as well as the possibility to earn and spend rewards with every stay. In addition to that, there are different levels which loyal customers can reach by staying a certain amount of nights in one of the Marriott hotels. Depending on the level, members get additional benefits and preferred treatment.
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How they do it: American Express lets its credit card customers collect reward points for each spent. By offering money and in-kind rewards for a certain amount of collected reward points, customers are incentivized to use the card more.
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How they do it: Shell started a loyalty program for its customers called Fuel Rewards®. Members earn 5¢/gallon for every $25 spent inside participating Shell stations.
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How they do it: Walmart’s Savings Catcher is a customer loyalty initiative which promises customers that they will always get the lowerst prices at the company’s stores. If a customer finds the same product at another location for a lower price, Walmart will credit the difference directly to a special gift card to be redeemed at Walmart.
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How they do it: Hosts that attain outstanding customer reviews, are quick in responding to new booking enquiries and have a high amount of stays to their property will be rewared with a ”Superhost” badge. This allows them to highlight their accomodations to customers, get rewards and discounts from Airbnb as well as early access to new features.
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