If your favorite store offered a program where you gave them a portion of your paycheck for a 10% discount, would you participate?
If confused. How is giving them a portion of your income add up to a discount?
I wouldn't do that, but I bought a rewards card at Books A Million. $20 a year 10% off everything. It pays for itself pretty quickly, considering I go to the cafe twice a week and am there right now...saved $.77 just today. :)
Favorite store is the grocery store. I would have to do the math.
I don't shop at or like any one store enough to commit my money to them for a discount.
What do you mean by "a portion if your paycheck"? A continuing amount, like a percent or a specific dollar figure; or an annual fee like Amazon Prime?
You pick a percent and can cancel with restrictions. I would do this because I spend money at Kroger so give them say 100 a month so that 100 goes a little farther.
I'd consider it.
I'd never consider it.
I have done this kind of with to companies. One is a clothing company and I bought a "perks" card once a year that have me 10% off it was a good deal before I lost weight. The second is amazon - I purchase Amazon Prime which gives me free
Two day shipping and streaming video for, I think $75 per year. It's been worth it to me