We’ve Got Higher Revenues All Wrapped Up
Attracting new customers is a never-ending job. What if there were a way to get existing customers to do that job for you? With our Gift Card and Loyalty Program, it’s never been easier: gift cards are a great way to get new customers into your store and keep them coming back.
In fact, it’s been shown that shoppers will visit a business at least twice to spend what’s on a gift card. And 50% of consumers will spend more than the amount available on their gift card. Best of all, people with gift cards are more likely to buy full-priced merchandise rather than sale items.
Interested? Getting started is incredibly affordable and easy. Just use your point-of-sale terminal to load and redeem cards. Plus, you can customize the currency of your cards and even brand them with your company logo to create a valuable advertising vehicle.
More cash flow, a higher profit margin and a burgeoning customer base—with Pivotal Payments, it’s all in the cards.
To benefit from our Gift Card and Loyalty Program, click here or call us at 1‑866‑693-2000.
- Great way to increase revenue
- Low set-up costs
- Customizable currencies
- Completely designable
- Perfect for attracting new customers
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