M&S cafes go digital with new mobile coffee stamp card from Eagle Eye

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New digital stamp card

Multi-national retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has today announced it will be trialling a digital coffee stamp card app in 58 of its Hot Food on the Move counters and Cafes in the Greater London area to reward customers for their loyalty.

The innovative coffee stamp card app M&S Barista, launched in partnership with digital consumer engagement specialists, Eagle Eye Solutions, will replace the current paper card for digitally-engaged customers as part of the trial.

M&S Barista has been designed to provide M&S customers with benefits and rewards earned through purchases and visits to M&S.

M&S has been pioneering personalisation throughout its history and this next step brings relevant rewards and incentives to the forefront of their digital offering, meaning the brand can issue relevant rewards to their customers at the right time and in the right place.

Unlike with paper stamp cards, consumers will no longer forget to redeem their complimentary coffee, as the app is push-notification enabled for customer convenience and M&S will use that facility to remind customers when their stamp card is nearing completion or is complete. Customers with one stamp to go will be sent an offer to encourage them to pop into store and collect the last stamp.

M&S: rewarding customers for loyalty

M&S: rewarding customers for loyalty

Mathew Legge, senior marketing manager at M&S, said: “We are focused on providing our customers with excellent quality, value for money and convenience. The trial of a digital loyalty card in our Hot Food on the Move and Cafes will further help us meet those aims, whilst rewarding our customers for their loyalty.”

Phillip Blundell, CEO of Eagle Eye Solutions, said: “Following our previous collaboration with M&S on the ‘My Offers’ section of the ‘My M&S’ application, we are delighted to be working with them once again to enable them to stay ahead of the competition and deliver personalised, relevant and engaging rewards to their customers.

“Digital stamp cards are one of the simplest ways through which businesses can drive loyalty and increase visit frequency. For M&S this trial will not only strengthen customer loyalty, it will also help them to stay one step ahead of competitors in the food-on-the-go market.”