Influence of loyalty rewards on store selection in the UK 2014, by income

'I shop where I can gain loyalty rewards'

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 18, 2014
Influence of loyalty rewards on store selection in the UK 2014, by income This survey shows the percentage of consumers who shop where they can gain loyalty and rewards in the United Kingdom, by annual household income. According to the survey conducted January 2014, 42 percent of those in the lower income bracket said they almost always shop where they can gain loyalty and rewards, compared to only 37 percent of those in the higher income bracket.
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'I shop where I can gain loyalty rewards'

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0-49,999 GBP annual income50,000–£99,999 GBP annual income
Almost always42%37%
Sometimes49%59%
0-49,999 GBP annual income50,000–£99,999 GBP annual income
Almost always42%37%
Sometimes49%59%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 18, 2014
This survey shows the percentage of consumers who shop where they can gain loyalty and rewards in the United Kingdom, by annual household income. According to the survey conducted January 2014, 42 percent of those in the lower income bracket said they almost always shop where they can gain loyalty and rewards, compared to only 37 percent of those in the higher income bracket.
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