How loyalty cards are moving from your wallets to smartphones

How loyalty cards are moving from your wallets to smartphones

Brendan Ng isn’t a big fan of paper. The general manager of Vancouver-based Malay restaurant chain Freshbowl used to give out stamp cards to customers to reward repeat visits with a free meal. “We had regulars complaining their wallet was full of stamp cards from every different place,” he said.




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