Over half (50.7 per cent) of US supermarkets now offer savings through frequent shopper or loyalty card programs and rate their success at 7.3, up sharply from 6.4 last year.



Stat: Over half (50.7 per cent) of US supermarkets now offer savings through frequent shopper or loyalty card programs and rate their success at 7.3, up sharply from 6.4 last year.

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Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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