Dairy Farm Group and its associated partners Hang Seng Bank and Jardine Restaurant Group announced the launch of Hong Kong’s biggest customer rewards club app, yuu. Available for download on the App Store and Google Play Store, yuu is also available as a WeChat mini programme. Not only is the app free, but it also connects a wide range of brands together on one platform, bringing convenience to all customers. The outlets around the city covered in the scheme include: Wellcome, Mannings, 7-Eleven, Ikea, KFC, Pizza Hut, Market Place by Jasons, Market Place, PHD, 3hree6ixty, Oliver’s the Delicatessen, Jason’s ichiba, Wellcome Delivers and Market Place Delivers. These brands loved by Hongkongers allow members to earn more points, in more places and redeem more rewards faster than ever before.
With this app, customers earn one point for every $1 spent, and an even harder-working option is the Hang Seng yuu enjoy credit card, which users can earn three-times the points when they shop at Wellcome, Mannings, 7-Eleven, IKEA, Market Place by Jasons, Market Place, 3hree6ixty, Oliver’s the Delicatessen, Jason’s ichiba, Wellcome Delivers and Market Place Delivers, and four-times the points when they order at KFC, Pizza Hut, and PHD.
yuu will cover 2,000 shops around the city
No physical cards will be needed with yuu as the app does it all. Not only does it update point balances after each transaction, but it also has a special share points feature which enables customers to share points among friends. What’s more, customers get yuu offers on the daily, amounting to 40 personalised offers every week.
The best thing about the rewards app is that it allows members to give back, by donating points to support local charities such as Foodlink Foundation and Helping Hand, which focus on the ageing population, child development, and meal donations. To find out more about the yuu rewards programme and its special offers, visit their website or Facebook page, or download at Google Play.