Once you give customers a reason to shop your business, give them a reason to come back again and again. With punch cards, you can offer your customers an incentive that rewards them for their repeat business, and gives them a wallet-sized reminder that keeps your shop top of mind. Here are some of our favorite examples on how you can make your own cards for your loyalty program, and use them to boost business for your store.
Loyalty cards give shoppers a reason to come back and earn rewards with each visit. Make your own with printable business cards (5371).
Make your own reward cards
If you’ve ever thought about implementing a reward cards program for your business, we’re here to help you make it happen! We’ve got a variety of predesigned punch cards to choose from on Avery Design & Print ready to print on our business cards, or you can even design your own. Customize with your business logo, add the number of reward symbols you wish, then print from your own printer. Or, save ink and let Avery WePrint™, our professional printing service, print them for you and deliver in as few as three business days.
These ¼” color coding labels are available in green (5791), red (5790), blue (5793) and yellow (5792).
Mark purchases with mini labels
To keep track of redemptions or visits, color coding labels are easy to peel off and stick.
Get an assortment pack of ¼” colorful dots in assorted neon colors (6720) or assorted basic colors (5795).
Pop in some color
Have some fun with a variety of stickers instead of hole punches. Use different colors to represent different products they purchase so you can keep track of purchase values when they redeem them.
Colorful foil star labels (6751) make each purchase stand out on the reward card.
Count down to the reward
Mark each purchase or service with a shiny foil star. Each pack comes with assorted colors and features a permanent adhesive so they’ll stay in place.
Donut-shaped labels (5748) make it fun to collect points toward the reward.
Nuts about donuts
Donut stickers? Oh, yes. They’re actually reinforcement labels, but they’re too adorable not to share with your customers!
With loyalty cards, you can control what offer works best for your business—whether it’s toward a free gift, product, service or discount. You set the quantity of purchases they need to fulfill the reward. You can also use them for seasonal promotions, and create a sense of urgency by setting the date for how long the promotion will last. Encourage your customers to keep coming back with a program that rewards them for their business.