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Loyalty360 Readings: July 29: Upgrade Launches Rewards Credit Card, Wing Snob Launches Loyalty Program, and More

New Rewards by Upgrade credit card promotes responsible credit
Fintech company Upgrade recently launched its Upgrade OneCard, a rewards credit card that helps consumers stick to their budget, like a debit card. This new product innovation offers users a single card to meet all their payment needs: cardholders use the “Pay Now” option for everyday expenses and avoid paying interest or fees, and use “Pay Later ” to spread the payments over time.

Users earn rewards on Pay Now and Pay Later purchases, including cashback on many everyday purchases, including restaurants, gas stations and pharmacies, and 2% cashback on all other purchases when they are combined with an Upgrade Rewards checking account. Upgrade Card encourages responsible credit by turning every balance into a fixed rate installment plan and offering rewards to cardholders when they pay down their balance.

Wing Snob launches new app and loyalty program
Wing Snob is launching a new app and customer rewards program called Snob Perks, which will allow customers to earn perks, place orders, redeem loyalty points and share rewards with other users.

The app’s dashboard tracks user visits and points, making it easy to order and reorder with a user-friendly layout and links to Wing Snob’s social media platforms. The rollout coincides with National Chicken Wing Day promotions that will be offered through the new app.

American Express Adds Membership Rewards to Digital Checking Account
American Express has added membership rewards to its all-digital Business Checking account, due to strong customer demand for rewards points for the service. Business Checking customers can now earn Membership Rewards points and convert them into deposits that go directly to their accounts.

The all-digital chequing account offers businesses one membership rewards point for every $2 in business debit purchases, 20,000 welcome bonus points, and no monthly fees.