A loyalty card scheme launched in Hailsham to give customers a greater incentive to use town centre shops has a new Hailsham Card available to purchase.
Membership costs just £10 and cardholders can use the card to receive unlimited local discounts in all the local businesses that are part of the scheme (including any online businesses) together with any other towns across Sussex that are signed up to the scheme, including Eastbourne, Hastings and Bexhill.
The new Hailsham Card is made from recycled materials to compliment the ‘Plastic Free’ movement, and features a water colour of the High Street by local artist Mary Wright.
To redeem the discount the Hailsham Card just needs to be shown at the point of purchase.
The Hailsham Card continues to expand its membership from local businesses which now includes:
A ‘Buy Local’ solution is being endorsed by Hailsham Forward to help create revenue for the businesses participating in the scheme through membership sales and new membership.
“It’s so important that people shop local and we hope residents and visitors to the town will continue to take advantage of the loyalty card scheme,” said Deputy Town Clerk and Business Enterprise Manager Mickey Caira. “The loyalty card has proved popular in other participating towns and it is good for both local businesses and shoppers that the scheme has been relaunched here in Hailsham, following the lockdown periods that came about as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.”
The Hailsham Card is available to purchase from Maybugs in Vicarage Field, The Royal Indian in South Road, Callender’s Restaurant in the High Street and online from www.hailshamcard.co.uk.
Terry Hall, Communications Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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