With an e-wallet solution that covers an entire region, you can ensure consumer spend remains within the area under your local authority, benefitting retailers, hospitality, and leisure venues alike. This promotes your area to people who may choose to go elsewhere otherwise, and increases footfall. You can even encourage consumers to keep returning by investing in a regional loyalty card programme to go alongside gift card e-wallets.
Reward-It’s digital dashboard allows each retailer to see real-time analytics, such as gift cards issued, gift cards redeemed, outstanding gift cards, and much more.
Physical gift cards allow you to design the card to suit your branding. With printed QR codes, all you need to do is scan the unique code on the gift card with your in-store mobile device and input the amount the customer wants to redeem. If the transaction is less than the gift card’s value, the remaining balance can be used in future transactions.
Printed plastic gift cards can be presented in carriers or wallets. There are two types, depending on your needs. Standard gift card holders are printed with generic designs, perfect for gifting on occasions such as birthdays, Christmas or other special occasions. If you’re looking for a bespoke solution, custom printed gift card carriers can match the design of your gift card or your shop’s branding.
Physical gift cards are also reusable, so you can reload a customer’s gift card time and time again.
Gift cards will be sent to the recipient in an email containing a QR code, with the option of adding a personalised message. The recipient then shows the email when they make a transaction at a participating shop, and it can be redeemed in the same way as a traditional card.
Frequently Asked Questions
How easy is it for businesses to register to sell regional gift cards?
Can gift cards be purchased online as well as in-store?
Physical gift cards are purchased and exchanged in-store like traditional gift cards.
Digital gift cards are purchased from a participating retailer’s website and sent to customers via email. The recipient simply presents the email containing their QR code to be scanned when making a purchase in-store.