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Gifts That Get You

Personalized cash incentives that will bring customers to your store or restaurant.

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    Merchants use FreeMonee Gift Campaigns to reach consumers based on how they will spend.

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    Banks notify consumers via email or text that they have a gift to spend.

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    Customers spend using their card at gifting store or restaurant and receive their credit.

  • Everyone Loves Getting Gifts

    FreeMonee allows national merchants to directly offer customers a small cash gift to motivate a visit to their store or restaurant.

    We analyze vast amounts of data, including millions of credit and debit card transactions—representing $500 billion in consumer spending—to identify consumers who actively purchase items in or related to your category. Using predictive analytics and a proprietary Gift Underwriting Engine, our technology places your gift in front of consumers who have been determined to buy what you sell. This exponentially increases the odds that consumers will use their gift at your store or restaurant.

  • Turnkey Campaigns Are Easy to Execute

    Once you determine the objectives of the campaign, FreeMonee does the rest. We deliver the gift and report back to you on the impact.

    Consumers receive notifications about a gift directly from their bank. These messages are delivered via the bank’s existing email and text notification system.

    When the consumer purchases in your store, the gift amount is automatically credited to their debit or credit card. We give you full reporting on how many gifts were delivered and used, and the transaction value generated by each gift.

  • FreeMonee Campaigns Work

    Consumers love it when their bank sends them FreeMonee Gifts—driving sales and visits. The response rates are unprecedented. The average gift generates a 5-8 times visit lift.

    The consumer’s privacy and purchase data is protected and secure.

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