Grab a Rewards Card to start enjoying deals and discounts.
Grab a Rewards Card to start enjoying deals and discounts.

Rewards Card is proving a bonus

THE Observer’s Rewards Card program is still running strong, with businesses around the region coming on board with some great deals and discounts.

Deals running at the moment include 10 per cent discount on items at Mawa Exotics, Free DVDs with a $50 purchase at Dot’s Instant Cash and a free coffee with a purchase at Blue Salt Cafe.

The Rewards Card program has been successful for the past year and with great offers available every week it is a great chance to shop locally, support the region’s businesses and get a bonus for yourself.

The Observer Advertising Manager Philip Clynes is happy to see new businesses jumping on board with the program.

“In addition to the current advertisers offering fantastic deals, it is gratifying to see new businesses such as Mawa Exotics coming on board to give consumers a wide choice of furnishings, wall art, garden ornaments and objects of art.

“We have seen business profiles increased in this market due to advertisers joining together under a common banner of loyalty and rewards.”

You can pick up your free Rewards Card from any of the businesses listed below and start saving on home wares, groceries and much more.



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