Loyalty card designs can be a gift or a curse. When done right, they can dazzle customers and have them lining up to sign up for one. Design it poorly, however, they can turn your investment into a huge waste of time and money.
Let’s look at 6 loyalty card designs that are not only eye-catching but are also unique:
Starbucks Card - This card from Starbucks makes use of the transparent plastic card material by incorporating it in the card’s design. The result is a stunning card that highlights the brand and its main offering.
Image credit: Starbucks
Walgreens Balance Rewards - The use of subtle text in the card’s design quietly communicates the intangible rewards that customers get when shopping at Walgreens.
Image credit: Walgreens
Momentum Multiply Rewards - Momentum’s white logo on red background is a classic example of the design principle of keeping it clean and simple.
Image credit: Momentum
Tesco Clubcard - The use of contrasting colors and bold fonts make the text in Tesco’s clubcard design stand out.
Image credit: Tesco
APlus Reward - A good design is something that communicates the product or service that the brand offers. APlus Rewards cards is a good example of this design principle.
Image credit: APlus
Rewards R Us Cards - One of the best looking cards in the market, Toys R Us’ rewards card makes use of playful colors that reflect the character of the brand and its product line. Extra points too for the creative use of the company logo.
Image credit: Toys R Us
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