So, it should come as no surprise that the market would answer with a way to make it easier and more affordable for people to access these products and services. BlissPass is a new rewards card for loyal patrons of the natural health and spirituality sector. It is launching first in the GTA in 2012, and then rolling out through cities across Canada in early 2013.
BlissPass provides cardholders discounts and bonuses on the products and services they already love and use -- as well as making it easy to try new ones. Cardholders get preferred status on a wide array of offerings, including: treatments, products, events, classes, restaurants and venues, plus exclusive access to interviews, e-books, meditations, videos, and seminars.
Presenting BlissPass to a business signifies that the cardholder is a habitual patron of the natural health and spirituality sector -- and that they believe in an ethical and sustainable lifestyle, rather than just seeking a deal. In this way it offers something amazing that deep discounts and group-purchasing sites can never offer: the chance for vendors and clients to create a long-lasting relationship. The practitioner gets to know the cardholder better to understand their needs as a client.
How does it work?
BlissPass vendors decide what is viable for them to offer on an on-going basis, whether its additional time during treatments, bonuses, or discounts. Cardholders browse for the type of service or product they are seeking, and then choose the provider and offerings that most suits their needs. For example, Keep In Touch Toronto Massage Therapy offers a 20% off discount for first time clients, and then 10% off every visit afterward.
In addition, cardholders receive the bi-weekly newsletter full of tips and exclusive bonuses in the form of downloads and promo codes for music, meditations, interviews, and more!
With a BlissPass, cardholders save money and get a way to boost their health and well-being for the long run. Not bad for an investment of $2.50 for shipping and handling. To order a BlissPass, visit www.blisspass.ca and sign up.
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