How they do it: Payback provides a multi-brand loyalty and couponing program which allows customers to electronically collect rewards for qualified purchases with a large amount of partner shops both online and offline.
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How they do it: Starbucks Rewards is often regarded as one of the best retail loyalty programs in existence. Every $1 spent in a Starbucks will credit 2 ”Stars” to a member’s account, which the users subsequently are able to redeem for free food or beverages.
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How they do it: Amazon drives up customer loyalty through their paid premium subscription membership Amazon Prime. This allows members unlimited free shipping (on many items) and access to various other content. By charging a flat annual fee, customer return as their benefits of the membership increase with the amount of purchases on the website.
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How they do it: Airlines such as American Airlines have a big customer loyalty program, rewarding passengers for flying and spending with the airline. Through their loyal behaviour, customers can earn status which allows benefits such as lounge access, upgrades and priority treatment as well as spend loyalty points to purchase physical goods.
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How they do it: Lufthansa’s loyalty program ”Miles & More” allows customers to collect status tier and reward points for each flight or spend with the airline. This allows the company to tie frequent flyers to them by offering rewards which can be physical products or flights as well as access to exclusive lounges and priority treatment at the airport.
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