Foodstuffs to partner with Air NZ Airpoints
Airpoints members can already earn Airpoints Dollars at Foodstuffs’ brands (New World, Liquorland, Henry’s, Gilmours and Trents) and Z service stations through Airpoints’ partnership with Fly Buys.
Air New Zealand CEO, Christopher Luxon, said electricity, fuel and food are key priorities for most families and these will now all contribute to growing members’ Airpoints Dollar balances in both the Airpoints and Airpoints for Business programmes.
“With more than 50 businesses now part of the Airpoints programme and more than 140 partnered online through the Airpoints Mall, there are very few airline loyalty programmes globally that have the breadth and mix of partners that Airpoints offers its members,” he said.
“We will be announcing more new partners in the coming months, adding to programme growth that has included Nourish Group, Snap Fitness, Umbrellar Group, Westpac, Audi and Bayleys, which all see real benefit in being able to talk with engaged customers who show loyalty to those businesses that reward them with Airpoints Dollars.”
Foodstuffs North Island CEO, Chris Quin said “we know New World customers enjoy getting more out of life and love to travel so this is great news for them.
“We are delighted with the agreement, both Air New Zealand and New World are exciting New Zealand brands with many shared customers, so it makes complete sense for us to work together to reward them. This allows us to work more closely with the airline to further develop the New World Clubcard experience and continue to offer our customers the choice of two of the strongest loyalty programs in the New Zealand market (Airpoints and Fly Buys).”
The Airpoints programme has more than 2.1 million members, with more than 840,000 flights enjoyed by members over the past 12 months using their Airpoints Dollars.
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