Savings news now, with the revelation that Brits are missing out on massive amounts of loyalty points:
Customers could be missing out on £46billion a year on loyalty points
Supermarkets like Tesco and Sainsbury’s offer customers a loyalty card to pick up points which can be exchanged for money.
Customers earn hundreds of pounds a year by collecting points on their Clubcard or Nectar cards.
But did you know at least £46billion is lost on supermarket loyalty points per year?Source: Daily Star, 22nd June 2019
Who might be keen to remind you of the potential value of reward schemes?
The research, which was carried out by OnePoll.com on behalf of Esso, found that Brits are spending £86.57 on average per week on fuel and groceries (£4,500 per year), which totals to £46.8 billion worth of loyalty points being missed out on.
Esso’s horse in this race is pretty clear:
Esso recently joined forces with Nectar to reward drivers with loyalty points every time they fill up.
Customers filling up at participating Esso-branded stations are now able to earn Nectar points on their fuel and shop purchases.