Of an average total of 14.1 loyalty programs that each household has signed up for, only 6.2 of them are actually used. This puts the number of active loyalty programs at 792.8 million.



Stat: Of an average total of 14.1 loyalty programs that each household has signed up for, only 6.2 of them are actually used. This puts the number of active loyalty programs at 792.8 million.

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Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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