We all have our own favorite “places” to shop. And most have our own ways to save when shopping. As part of our Ways to Save Series, we are talking about loyalty programs. There are lots of great ones available, many we are all familiar with, such as grocery stores, drugstores, gas stations and chain restaurants.
Then they are some NOT SO obvious and can be a really great resource to help you save!
Vehicle Service Rewards
Nissan owners can sign up for the One to One Rewards program. When you make service visits or shop with the company’s retail partners, you earn you points, which you can use for maintenance and service at your local Nissan dealer. Other dealers including Honda and Chevrolet offer similar programs. Check with your LOCAL dealer too!
If you love Taco Bell, you’ll want to check out this program! Taco Bell Explore is a rewards-based game that’s part of the company’s app. Members get sent puzzles based on their social media activity, and completing a puzzle makes them eligible to win prizes like free food, beverages, and their own personalized booth at Taco Bell.
You can join the IKEA FAMILY program (it’s free to join). Members get free offers such as coffee and tea, cheap food offers, 30 extra minutes at Småland (the children’s play- and babysitting-area), 90-day price protection, and discounts on select merchandise.
7-Eleven’s 7Rewards is also app-based. Members get rewards for buying drinks such as coffee or a Slurpee. You simply scan the bar code on your drink purchases, and the seventh one is always free.
Ace Rewards operates on a points system, where every dollar spent earns you 10 points. For every 2,500 points, you get a $5 reward. Other perks includeAce Hardware coupons, in-store savings, and 1,000 points just for signing up.
If you haven’t joined Pampers Rewards yet, just go here to join and you will get 100 points just for signing up. Signing up allows you to participate in the Pampers Rewards Program which offers points for purchasing Pampers products and allows you to trade points in for free prizes!
Kellogg’s Family Rewards allows you to connect your store loyalty card to earn points when you buy eligible products, or upload your receipts for verification. You then use those points to get items in the Kellogg’s rewards catalog.
A GNCGold Card membership gives you everyday savings of up to 50% in-store, as well as online savings, price matching, and other members-only and partner offers. Cost: $15/year
If you like sports team apparel, you might want to check out Lids Club. A mall hat retailer, Lids offers club members tiered memberships based on points, and members receive a 20 to 25% discount on hats, 10 to 15% discount on apparel, and other perks. Cost: $5/year
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