Loyalty Cards for small business program is an incentive plan that allows a retail business to engage its customers. Customers are offered product discounts, coupons, points toward merchandise or some other reward in exchange for their voluntary participation in the program. A secondary goal of a Loyalty Cardsprogram is to build repeat business by offering participating customers something that isn't available to non-participating customers.
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Production time is between 10 - 15 working days. Unless unforseen delays occur. Magnetic Stripe Signature Panel Scratch Panel (please show position on artwork) Embossed Numbers Embossed Starting Number Embossed number size & Colour Variable Data Overprinting
Variable Data Information If you have selected Printed by BPP please provide a CSV file with your data and Also Provide a low res jpg of the layout where you would like the data to be placedVariable Data File Low res image layout Barcodes Barcode Type (if known) Product Sequential Barcode Starting NumberArtwork Upload Only artwork supplied in PDF format will be accepted for printing. Please ensure you have set your artwork up and saved it in the correct format. Further details can be obtained by viewing our Credit Card Print Specifications and browsing the standard product guidelines. If you are unsure if your artwork complies with our requirements, please contact BPP for assistance. Only artwork supplied in PDF format will be accepted for printing. Please ensure you have set your artwork up and saved it in the correct format. Further details can be obtained by contacting BPP or [email protected] *Artwork that does not conform will be sent back.
Plastic Membership Cards
Often resemble plastic credit cards but they can also be keychain fobs or stickers. Typically a loyalty card has a barcode or magnetic stripe that's scanned at the point of sale (POS). The card identifies the customer and sends information about what the customer bought to a database. The information in the database is used to help the retailer understand and influence his customers' buying habits. According to research carried out, eighty-six percent of shoppers are listed in a loyalty database; a majority of survey respondents said receiving the customer loyalty card was worth giving up some measure of privacy.