British consumers feel that loyalty rewards are more valuable in a recession, with 95% having actively participated in travel and shopping reward schemes, and 90% planning to redeem them during 2009. (Air Miles Travel Rewards Programme, UK)



Stat: British consumers feel that loyalty rewards are more valuable in a recession, with 95% having actively participated in travel and shopping reward schemes, and 90% planning to redeem them during 2009. (Air Miles Travel Rewards Programme, UK)

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Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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