Beth Schultz

We Know Better, But Still We Love Loyalty Cards

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TalkerZ
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Re: Hate them
TalkerZ   9/25/2013 2:49:37 PM
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My objection at CVS are those mile-long receipts that using a loyalty card generates. Why can't the offers just be stored with your account and accessed automatically when you check out?

Alexis
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Re: Hate them
Alexis   9/25/2013 2:47:52 PM
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I agree. CVS, for instance, will let you give a phone number instead of your card - but you can't access the instore coupons (in a kiosk) without the card. Very frustrating.

bulk
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Hate them
bulk   9/25/2013 2:12:14 PM
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Personally I hate these cards, not because I give up info, but because they take up too much space in my wallet. I am looking forward to a digital verson I can keep on my phone and the shop can just scan the QR code. 

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