Get more out of your business spend with Fly Buys

  • In association with Loyalty NZ
  • June 15, 2017
  • Loyalty NZ
Get more out of your business spend with Fly Buys

Running your own business is one of the most rewarding roles you can have. Where and how you decide to shop for your business can make it even more rewarding, especially if you get Fly Buys points on top of the purchases you’re making anyway.

Business owners are some of the most rewarded members in the Fly Buys programme, earning enough to choose premium rewards from holiday packages to top end electronics and jewellery.

Businesses do so well with Fly Buys because they can earn across the network of industry-leading partners in New Zealand as well as automatically when they register their Fly Buys account with BNZ banking or State Insurance policies for personal and business coverage.

There are currently 30,000 New Zealand businesses that earn Fly Buys points, combined with their everyday personal spend on fuel at Z Energy, stationery and gifts at Paper Plus, electronics at Noel Leeming, and throughout the rest of the network.

However, the best value loyalty schemes not only offer a wide range of places to earn points, they also deliver rewards that members need and want. That’s why Fly Buys is New Zealand’s largest and most loved loyalty scheme.

Fly Buys has recently partnered with travel brand, helloworld, meaning businesses can now use their points to purchase flights with hundreds of airlines - not just one. They also offer package holidays, accommodation, cruises and more.

Members can use Fly Buys points or combine points with cash to get the latest products, experiences, gift cards and more from the 4,500 items available in the rewards store.

Fly Buys is no stranger to New Zealanders, since Loyalty New Zealand launched the programme more than 20 years ago it has gained 2.5 million members across 74 per cent of New Zealand households, forever changing the way Kiwis shop.

Due to their long-standing practice, Loyalty New Zealand have established themselves as experts in customer loyalty. They specialise in helping Kiwi businesses understand their customers and deliver better products and services.

If you want to get more out of your business spend, join Fly Buys by calling 0800 FLY BUYS, or go online to flybuys.co.nz

                                                                                     

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