Seems promising Picked up one of these cards from Via Italia the other day, not knowing exactly what it was. Went on to the website and registered, although there didn't seem to be a way to register my card. I've since got the app which has a seperate QR code meaning the card is probably useless. The app is well designed and appears to have the support of a few decent places in the southside of Glasgow. It also informs you what you are entitled to, as opposed to collecting endless points with no real value (like nectar).
Ok app, poor promos The app is designed well. The promotions aren't that great! You seem to have to visit the shops a lot to get even a small discount or upgrade of product size. I think that the local stores that use this could maybe have more tempting deals for us to re use their services.
Great Idea, poor publicity The scheme is quite good, although complicated. The publicity as to how it works is extremely poor. I only signed up after being persuaded by a shop, who explained it properly. The website doesn't offer any clues. Also, had to uninstall and reinstall the app, as it just kept locking up......
I'm not in Glasgow Useful app to show you what rewards the different places give you but the app refuses to accept that I'm not in Glasgow. Also, I didn't seem to be able to register a card I had picked up from a participating vendor.
It's good however my HTC u ultra crashed as a result it just all my points!! More than 45 #nothappy. Please fix this problem.
Looks promising I have only just got it and I'm impressed. As a suggustion for development, I would like to see it link to the WiFi of the place you are using it at automatically especially if there is no 3G/4G reception, at least to get online access for the app.
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