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Starbucks And Dunkin' Are Changing Their Loyalty Programs

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Starbucks And Dunkin' Are Changing Their Loyalty Programs

Starbucks And Dunkin' Are Changing Their Loyalty Programs

According to Business Insider, "Starbucks and Dunkin' both recently announced changes to their loyalty programs, Starbucks Rewards and DD Perks, as mobile apps and loyalty programs become increasingly significant channels for quick-service restaurants..." Specifically, Dunkin' is expanding payment options for it's loyalty members and Starbucks is restructuring its points system.

Ultimately, both companies want to drive growth and repeat sales for their QSRs.

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