Shopko launches loyalty program

Share this content:

Shopko Stores Co. launched its first loyalty program over the weekend.

The incentive-based program offers two ways for Shopko customers to save.

My Extra Savings offers customers special savings on advertised items and in-store specials. And the My Shopko Rewards Visa is a co-branded credit card that can be used anywhere Visa is accepted and earns points every time it is used.

Cardholders will receive a $10 coupon for every 1,000 points earned. Shoppers earn three points for each dollar spent at Shopko, two points for family-lifestyle purchases like dining, movies and entertainment, and one point for each dollar spent on other outside purchases.

Shopko Stores, owned by private investment firm Sun Capital Partners Inc., is a $2.2 billion retailer based in Green Bay, WI. It operates 132 stores in 13 states.

Loading links....
close

Next Article in Multichannel Marketing

Sign up to our newsletters

Company of the Week

Since 1985, Melissa Data has helped thousands of companies clean, correct and complete contact data to better target and communicate with their customers. We offer a full spectrum of data quality solutions, including global address, phone, email, and name validation, identify verification - available for batch or real-time processes, in the Cloud or on-premise. Our service bureau provides dedupe, email/phone append and geographic/demographic append services for better targeting and insight. For direct mailers, Melissa Data offers easy-to-use address management/postal software, list hygiene services and 100s of specialty mailing lists - all with competitive pricing and excellent customer service.

Find out more here »

DMN's Career Center

Check out hundreds of exciting professional opportunities available on DMN's Career Center.  
Explore careers in digital marketing, sales, eCommerce, marketing communications, IT, data strategies, and much more. And don't forget to update your resume so employers can contact you privately about job opportunities.

>>Click Here