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Are you a member of loyalty clubs?

How many and which ones?

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I am a member of about 4 plus several other coffee chains where you buy 5 and get the next one free - I love getting things for free.
I also have a chain of bakeries loyalty club, an animal place and probably a few more I cannot think of .

And as I spend easily, I have a lot of points!

I am also a member of Coles, Woolworths, Qantas and Myer and have many Qantas points to go round the world a few times!
by Finy
Too many!
by Vee
Only 2.
I do very little spending of the money if possible...

Woolies Rewards points is one and Millers clothes the other.
I never signed up for Frequent Flyer Points.
Flybuys only these days. I just get so sick of carrying the cards around and ferreting them out when asked.
by Rice
I used to have a great one for Accor hotel chain when my son was young.He wanted to be a chef from a very early age,and so we'd go to the fabulous restaurant each Saturday for a beautiful meal,where the card gave one meal for Free;and the staff would take him under their wings and show him round the kitchens and how they did everything! After I became too ill to work,I let all my cards lapse except the Woolies Rewards one which actually does give me plenty of benefits. I am now a very frugal spender so I find that I can get just as great bargains by shopping for things I need,simply by checking prices and not bothering with the hassle of all those cards in my wallet which give nothing terribly wonderful at all. By the way....my son DID become a chef after all that special treatment by restaurant staff years ago!
Jules, I have enough points for twice round the world business class -so some of them are GOOD!
by Finy
Yes,I know what you mean,but as with any bargain,it is only good if you can use it!! Unfortunately I am unable to travel easily or comfortably,even if I was to go first class, as I would be stuck when I arrived at any destination! I have never been a huge spender,so I could never amass so may points in my entire lifetime!!! But I am content enough with all the aspects in my life which ARE cheerful,so travel will have to be done via cyberspace and the internet for this little person! Plus,I could NEVER lever my fur babies in kennels for the duration of a trip away!!! I remember you making a similar comment at some stage about not ever wanting to leave your own darling dogs if you were to go on a cruise or similar,so I know you understand what I mean!! By the way,are the flyer points transferable? That would make a difference if I had masses of them,as I could give them away!!!
by Jules
Yes Jules, I WOULD leave my dogs if I wanted to go on a holiday -despite how much I love them, they are still dogs and I have always kenneled them when I went on holidays and it does no harm -i have even kenneled my blind one and he was OK.
MY problem is I cannot lift anymore, and i find travel a hassle nowadays -i do not like putting dogs in kennels but I assure you if I were younger, and able to move better, I would not stop going away because of my beloved dogs!!!
by Finy
I think this is super!! Obviously you have had great experiences with kennels,and this obviously makes it so much easier.I suppose if I could get a good one recommended to me,it would be a huge help. But then,like you,I have trouble with lifting and carrying luggage,and my illness has so many awful issues including allergies! I would definitely be willing to give any points to my son though as he is doing quite a bit of travelling these days.I just hate to think of things being wasted.....
by Jules
Several! They've their uses!
I am a member of Woolworths Everyday Rewards, Flybuys (never use), Qantas Frequent Flyers, Millers card, Noni B card, Katies card, Boost card, and my hairdressers loyalty card ( 7th haircut free). so I do not have nearly as many cards as a lot of people (my daughter). They ask you to join every time you enter the store, but if I hardly ever enter the store to shop, I can't see the need. Some people have loyalty cards for every store they have visited.
I used to have a great one for Accor hotel chain when my son was young.He wanted to be a chef from a very early age,and so we'd go to the fabulous restaurant each Saturday for a beautiful meal,where the card gave one meal for Free;and the staff would take him under their wings and show him round the kitchens and how they did everything! After I became too ill to work,I let all my cards lapse except the Woolies Rewards one which actually does give me plenty of benefits. I am now a very frugal spender so I find that I can get just as great bargains by shopping for things I need,simply by checking prices and not bothering with the hassle of all those cards in my wallet which give nothing terribly wonderful at all. By the way....my son DID become a chef after all that special treatment by restaurant staff years ago!
p.s. I HAVE NO IDEA WHY THIS WENT THROUGH SO MANY TIMES!!! DO PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR THE WASTE OF TIME AND SPACE?!!!
by Jules
I used to have a great one for Accor hotel chain when my son was young.He wanted to be a chef from a very early age,and so we'd go to the fabulous restaurant each Saturday for a beautiful meal,where the card gave one meal for Free;and the staff would take him under their wings and show him round the kitchens and how they did everything! After I became too ill to work,I let all my cards lapse except the Woolies Rewards one which actually does give me plenty of benefits. I am now a very frugal spender so I find that I can get just as great bargains by shopping for things I need,simply by checking prices and not bothering with the hassle of all those cards in my wallet which give nothing terribly wonderful at all. By the way....my son DID become a chef after all that special treatment by restaurant staff years ago!
I do ... Coles Flybuys
I do ... Coles Flybuys
I have one for the supemarket.
Three, one for my credit card, one for overseas accomodation and one for flying overseas (although the accomodation and the overseas tickets are actually linked). So, I'd say two loyalty programs?
Coles Flybuys, a cafe near where I live, (where Iím owed 2 coffees) Millers, 2 other coffee cafes from a few years ago, 2 chemist ones, Goldmark,
2 from 2 bookshops. I think thatís all.
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