WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. — Convenience-store retailer QuickChek is introducing its new QuickChek Rewards loyalty program through which customers can receive benefits such as free coffee, free sub sandwiches and savings for foodservice purchases. Offers are based on a consumer’s shopping habits.
QuickChek Rewards members can receive five reward options, including Registration Awards in which each new member will receive four weeks of offers ranging from free coffee or fountain drink, breakfast sandwiches for $1, as well as 50% off any six-inch QuickChek sub and 50% off any fresh snack, just for signing up.
Frequent shoppers will receive customized rewards based on the number of times they visit QuickChek each month. For every $50 spent in foodservice items, members will get $5 back by way of a credit to their QuickChek Rewards account.
“Buy 8, Get 1 Free Perks Clubs” allow members to receive free foodservice items:
- Power Perks: Buy eight coffees or made-to-order or fountain drinks, get your ninth free.
- Candy Perks: Buy eight king-sized candy bars, get your ninth free.
- 6-inch Sub Perks: Buy eight 6-inch subs, get your ninth free.
- 12-inch Sub Perks: Buy eight 12-inch subs, get your ninth free.
QuickChek Rewards members can earn rewards for getting their friends to sign up and spend a minimum of $5.
The rewards program is the latest tech-driven move from the Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based fresh convenience chain, which has introduced delivery service through DoorDash, offers Curbside Pickup, Mobile Ordering and self-checkout counters.
“We have built our business on our commitment to total customer dedication, and we’re proud to reward our customers for their dedication and their loyalty,” said QuickChek CEO Dean Durling. “Whether you shop your neighborhood store, pickup restaurant-quality food and essential household products at curbside or have your comfort food cravings delivered, we let you choose your convenience.”
Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based QuickChek Corp. is a privately held company that operates approximately 160 convenience stores, including 89 locations with fuel, in New Jersey and New York. It is No. 44 on CSP’s 2020 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by number of retail outlets.