McDonald’s UK is rolling out a new sales tactic enticing consumers to visit its stores and take advantage of new Samsung Galaxy tablets that enable users to browse the Internet, play games or interact on social media networks.
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McDonald’s is treating fans in the greater Philadelphia region to a four-pronged sweepstakes campaign and boosting usage of its recently released application by inviting users to redeem any in-app offer during the month of April for a chance to win $50,000.
McDonald’s announcement that it is testing mobile ordering in undisclosed markets arrives on the heels of the chain’s revamped loyalty platform – both bids to revive disappointing sales – but it may not be enough to win customers’ allegiance.
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McDonald’s is reportedly developing a rewards program that hinges on targeted offers for driving frequency and discounts based on previous purchases instead of relying on broad-appeal coupons, as the chain has done in the past.
During this week’s earnings call, McDonald’s revealed it has seen more than seven million downloads of its mobile application since the fall 2015 launch, proving that welcome offers are directly correlated to high registration rates.
McDonald’s in Japan is partnering with wireless carrier NTT Docomo, enabling customers who pay at most of the chain’s 3,000 locations nationwide using the iD mobile payment platform to receive discounts on their purchases.
The McDonald’s Mobile application, which launched this summer, has seen more than 2 million downloads and 1.5 million offer redemptions, according to the company.
McDonald’s is previewing the United States version of its mobile application with consumers in the Philadelphia region and is tacking on a complimentary item for each download, proving that incentives are king in the food-and-beverage sector.
McDonald’s is tiptoeing behind its competitors by rolling out a mobile application to United States consumers this fall, but could reclaim some of its flagging revenue with in-app coupons.