Rewards in store as Trinity Leeds launches new shopping app

Rosie Kelsall, customer service manager at Trinity Leeds with the new app.
Rosie Kelsall, customer service manager at Trinity Leeds with the new app.
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A BRAND new app aims to help shoppers bag the latest deals at a multi-million pound retail and leisure scheme.

The £400m Trinity Leeds shopping centre has launched its free ‘Love Trinity Leeds’ app and loyalty card, offering shoppers exclusive discounts and offers.

Rewards will include a free glass of prosecco, money off parking and Trinity Leeds gift cards.

More than 60 shops and restaurants within Trinity Leeds have already signed up to the new scheme, which aims to help keep the shopping centre up-to-date with the latest technology.

Paul Smith, marketing manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “Love Trinity Leeds is an innovative new loyalty programme completely different to anything seen before.

“And it’s set to make Trinity Leeds the UK’s most digitally enabled retail and leisure destination, right here in the heart of Leeds.”

He added: “We hope it will create a really fun shopping experience for our customers especially with so many fantastic retailers and restaurants on board, enabling us reward our loyal customers with exciting and exclusive offers.”

Every time a shopper spends £25, they can show their app or loyalty card at the till where it will be scanned and they will earn a point.

Once 10 points have been accumulated, shoppers move into the silver tier.

Another 10 points and they reach the gold tier.

E-mail updates about the offers available will be sent out to customers, and offers will be constantly changed and updated throughout the year.

The number of points earned will be displayed in the Love Trinity Leeds App, or if you are a registered card holder you will receive regular e-mail updates.

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