Weis Markets introduces eCoupons

Weis Markets introduces eCoupons

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SUNBURY, Pa. -- Weis Preferred Shoppers Club Card members now have the ability to load paperless coupons to their club card through any internet-enabled device including iPhones and Android-based smartphones. The new program, Weis eCoupons, currently offers 75 different coupons and is available at www.weismarkets.com.

"With Weis eCoupons, our customers are getting paperless coupons when and where they want them," said Brian Holt, Weis Markets' vice president of marketing. "In recent years, we've worked steadily to increase the value of our Weis Preferred Shoppers Club Card through gas rewards. Our eCoupon program is the logical next step for a program that has helped us consistently add value to the Weis Markets' shopping experience."

To get the electronic coupon, customers can register their Weis Preferred Shoppers Club Card by creating a MyWeis account at www.weismarkets.com and then digitally "clip" coupons to place them into their MyWeis account. The coupons in this account are matched with a customer's purchases of designated products at which time the discounts are issued and redeemed from the customer's account.

Unredeemed coupons in the customer account stay in the account until they are redeemed on a future shopping trip or expire.

 

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