(+) Free! Its got a mirror on it! Get rewards for your loyalty, on everything in store/online (-) You cant get points on prescriptions/ baby milk/ stamps and usual exclusions.Mine has no mirror :( (*) (On Ciao since: 07/2011)
Virtue's Last Reward For Ps Vita; & Sealed; Posted Fast
brilliant rpg for the playstation vita make moral choices to reach one of 24 possible endings requires at least 5 mb of memory card space to save brand new and...... more
brilliant rpg for the playstation vita make moral choices to reach one of 24 possible endings requires at least 5 mb of memory card space to save brand new and sealed uk version the item pictured is the item on offer for more great games why not visit my ebay shop i make every effort to resolve issues i always retain proof of posting i post all items the day after they are paid for unless the next day is sunday within the uk items are sent first class and they go by airmail to overseas destinati
Poker and bridge are, for different reason widely regarded as the greatest card games. Poker is the classic game of awareness, psychology and nerve, while...... more
Poker and bridge are, for different reason widely regarded as the greatest card games. Poker is the classic game of awareness, psychology and nerve, while bridge rewards the skills of logic and deduction. This book examines these games and reveals how the best players plan and execute their strategies providing a grounding in the fundamentals of both games.
Kid On A Mission Teach your Child to Read: Early Literacy Pack for ages 18 months-7 years
Designed to help parents support their children in literacy: The KOAM Teach your Child to Read, Early Literacy pack includes everything you need to know and do,...... more
Designed to help parents support their children in literacy: The KOAM Teach your Child to Read, Early Literacy pack includes everything you need to know and do, to teach your child to read and support their early literacy from as early as 18 months to around 7 years. The guide explains the different methods for teaching reading and more importantly - inspiring a lifetime love of reading, with practical examples for you to use. Phonics (currently the main method for teaching reading in schools) is explained in detail, in a progressive format, allowing you to learn just the essentials or as much detail as you want. The 'Lets get started' section describes how to approach teaching letters then phonic blends and words, beginning formal reading, learning to write, introducing punctuation and lots of general advice. The extensive activity pack includes: 1. The very popular ALPHABET SCRAPBOOK is a great way to introduce your child to letters by collecting pictures to match each letter. 2. MY FABULOUS FIRST STORY DIARY and MY FABULOUS STORY DIARY are two guided writing line books, extra large and large in the first and medium and small in the second with spaces for pictures or drawings - a wonderful keepsake to inspire and hone your child's emerging writing skills. 3. SECRET AGENT CODE SPOTTER LOG is ideal for journeys and trips to the shop, your child will spot letters, blends and words to complete the pages. 4. Charts and certificates: 25 reward charts and certificates to reward and encourage your child. 5. Literacy games & fun bookmarks: printed on good quality card, these are some fun games to encourage literacy, with both phonic and sight words games and activities. 6. Laminated letter Formation & Creation Guide: a handy tool to remind your child how to create their letters correctly.
Stop Getting Ripped Off: Why Consumers Get Screwed, and How You Can Always Get a Fair Deal - Bob Sullivan
"New York Times" bestselling author of Gotcha Capitalism and MSNBC "Red Tape Chronicles" columnist Bob Sullivan strikes again to help you evade the financial...... more
"New York Times" bestselling author of Gotcha Capitalism and MSNBC "Red Tape Chronicles" columnist Bob Sullivan strikes again to help you evade the financial traps big businesses set for unwary consumers--and shows you how to get the best possible deals every single time. Today's marketplace is full of hidden fees, fine print, and other booby traps designed to trip you up and take your money. You may be losing big even when you think you're getting a steal! But with Sullivan's keen guidance and sensible advice, you can save money and regain control of your financial life. Clearly and concisely, Sullivan reveals - why American consumers make such easy targets for corporate America (you'll be stunned, for example, at how poor our math skills are) - how Wall Street will skim off one third of your retirement money (avoid this trap with Sullivan's new "Pitfall-Proof Pyramid") - the myths behind credit-card reward programs and "the 21st-Century Bank Account" - the real numbers to focus on when buying a new car - why you should spend more time shopping for your mortgage than your home - the key questions you must ask before buying life insurance - the secrets to saving for college and paying off student loans the right way - the best deals on cell phones and pay-TV service With Sullivan's empowering message, financial savvy, and knowledge of consumers' wants and needs, you can outsmart the system, keep your hard-earned cash, and finally stop getting ripped off. And you'll become part of a growing grass-roots movement to rein in the abuses of corporate America before consumers get hurt by another boom-and-bust cycle.
The Loyalty Leap: Turning Customer Information into Customer Intimacy - Bryan Pearson
Collecting data is easy for marketers. Figuring out what to do with it is hard. Technology has made it almost routine for com-panies to know exactly when,...... more
Collecting data is easy for marketers. Figuring out what to do with it is hard. Technology has made it almost routine for com-panies to know exactly when, where, and how their customers shop, both online and off. As soon as someone pulls out a credit card--or even better, a membership rewards card--the data floodgates open. United Airlines knows if you think it's worth $25 to check a suitcase. Verizon knows how often you call your mom. Hilton knows if you prefer a higher floor and a room away from the elevator. But after gathering and crunching all this cus-tomer data most companies have little or no idea how to use it. They either let it go to waste or abuse it with ill-considered, irrelevant, or even creepy marketing pitches. There's a much better option, as Bryan Pearson has discovered after twenty years of studying the hidden patterns of consumer behavior. It really is possible to turn customer information into customer intimacy-- systematically, efficiently, and without invading anyone's privacy. And intimacy is the key to long-term loyalty, growth, and profits. As Pearson writes: Customers can only be acquired, churned, and reactivated so many times before they tire of your brand. There is a proven marketing equation in which customers willingly share information with you in the expectation of being better served and valued during future transactions. Capitaliz-ing on that equation is our business responsibility. "The Loyalty Leap "will give you the tools to per-suade customers to share more information in their own best interests. And it will help you make sense of all that data to build strong cus-tomer relationships. It also shares compelling examples, including: How Shell increased sales while "reducing "its network of gas stations by giving its best customers incentives to buy from another location.How GameStop offers its PowerUp Rewards members access to such events as the Comic-Con convention.How McDonald's in Finland used location-based marketing to se
Advantages: So many different benefits Disadvantages: Costs £5
...The Body Shop card is probably one of the most rewarding loyalty cards around at the moment because it offers so much. I had one a few years ago and never renewed it until a few months back, and I?m glad I did.
First of all, one disadvantage is that it does cost £5 in order to have a Body Shop card. However, don?t let this put you off as you will definitely receive your money back.
Advantages: Gold level benefits are worthwhile Disadvantages: not as good as it used to be, you need to frequent Starbucks a lot to make it worthwhile
...for the better.
I'll just quickly go over the old benefits first so that you can see the differences.
Once you had registered your reward card online, everyone previously got the same following benefits; your balance was protected if you lost your card, a free tall drink of your choice every time you purchased a bag of ground coffee or a 12 pack of Via, free wi-fi in the coffee shop, free refills on a tall...
Advantages: free goodies when you have enough points Disadvantages: none
...My Sainsburys card is one of the most ferequently used cards in my wallet and has been for the past 3 years, ever since i started shopping at the 'burys. The card offers 2 points in every pound with 2 points being worth 1p. Not a fantastic reward but i look at it like this - you have to go supermarket shopping, so it's great to get something back in return. And there are ways to really boost your...