Cardless Loyalty Card App

shanaazp —  November 19, 2013 — Leave a comment

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I am one of those people who have a number of loyalty cards, from my Pick and Pay Smart Shopper, to a Woolworths Rewards Card, Edgars Reward Card, Spar Loyalty Card and so many others. However, the problem I have is overloading my purse with all these cards, or even worse, making a purchase at one of the shops, only to realize that I’ve left one of my cards at home,  therefore missing out on a chance to achieve rewards.

I recently came across the Cardless Loyalty Card App, available on the Android Market and at the iPhone Store and is free to download.

Now, those card crazed loyalty shoppers like me can store as many loyalty cards on your Cardless account as you want. No more worries about leaving your cards at home and missing out on gaining loyalty points or rewards. The cards are digitally stored on your smartphone.

It’s a no fuss app, that’s quick and easy to download and convenient to have. According to the Cardless Loyalty card App website. All it takes is a simple download of the app, opening an account, loading your loyalty cards and highlighting your favourites and then shopping and earning.

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Loyalty customers can now swipe and earn with ease without having to waste time digging in their bags, wallets and purses for their cards. Forget about wear and tear on your cards or numbers which have faded. Shoppers this Christmas can concern themselves more with carrying the plenty of Christmas goodies they’ll be buying and the rewards they’ll be earning, no cards, no fuss, just your smartphone.

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