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Burger King launches coffee subscription service for $5 per month
Wake up, coffee addicts: Burger King is letting you get its coffee at a discounted rate.
The fast-food chain is launching a coffee subscription service. By signing up for the BK Café coffee subscription program via the company's app, users can enjoy a daily cup of hot coffee for a total of $5 per month.
If customers choose to go to Burger King every day for a 30-day month like the upcoming April, they would pay under 17 cents a day for a cup of coffee.

The subscription service will be offered across the United States except in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. 
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2 days ago by dancall
Spotify offers free ad-supported Hulu to paying subscribers | Mobile Marketer
Spotify is offering its U.S. paid subscribers access to Hulu's video on-demand platform for no extra cost if they sign up by June 10, per a company blog post. The number of Spotify accounts eligible for the offer is capped, although the companies didn't disclose how many people are able to participate.​
Spotify Premium subscribers who respond to the offer will get access to ad-supported Hulu at a bundled price of $9.99 a month with no expiration date. The companies a year ago had bundled Spotify Premium and Hulu for $12.99 a month, a price that will be reinstated after June 10.
Subscribers who now pay $12.99 a month for last year's bundle offer will see an automatic price cut to the regular Spotify Premium price of $9.99 a month during the promotion period.
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7 days ago by dancall
Stitch Fix Launches New Styling Algorithm | PYMNTS.com
In the call, Lake said the heart and soul of the company are the real and intimate connections it makes with its clients. And she said the company’s success is due to those relationships. Lake noted that the company’s primary focus is on bolstering those relationships, driving higher engagements and ultimately translating that into more valuable customers. In practice, Lake said, decisions to drive value to Stitch Fix customers are based on an interplay between fix delivery, assortment and marketing mix. Different customers, for instance, might find different fix dates they can access. These dates are an example of the company’s efforts to match its selection of items with the preferences of customers. Lake said the company can use wait times as a lever to increase the success of a particular fix and enhance value for customers over time.
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7 days ago by dancall
Dollar Shave Club's Holistic Male Wellness | PYMNTS.com
Because though the commercials started off a little on the silly side – and have arguably stayed that way – Dubin noted at an industry event that the purpose is perhaps a bit bigger and more serious than the marketing materials would indicate.

“Dollar Shave Club has evolved from a razor once a month or every other month to sort of everything we need a couple times a year. We really want to solve those problems for guys,” he noted, adding that the firm’s goal is “to help guys take care of their minds and bodies so they can be their best.”

Being their best, from DSC’s point of view, means being more than just clean shaven. On top of razors, toothpaste and cologne, the brand will now offer deodorant sticks and wipes. The new products will start out as member-only offerings and roll out to the general public from there.

And from deodorant, the sky’s the limit – Durbin noted the brand is interested in any wellness category that affects men and their confidence. That might be skin issues, dandruff or the wrinkles they are seeing for the first time on their millennial faces.
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7 days ago by dancall
D2C subscription services have revitalised retail, here's how
Another way that D2C brands are making a splash is through subscription boxes and plans. “The subscription box industry is projected to be worth $1 billion by 2021,” says Mr Price. “I keep a personal list of all the new boxes I see launching and about 50 per cent of my list launched just last year.”
The boxes largely fall into two categories: “surprise and delight” is a tailored treat delivered every month, such as Craft Gin Club, The Cheese Geek or Birchbox, which sends a selection of curated beauty products. Then there’s everyday essentials, such as pet food, coffee beans and, most notably, razors.
“Gillette had something like a 74 per cent share of the shaving market in 2012. Just four years later, that was down to 50 per cent,” says Mr Price. What resulted in such a drop? The arrival of brands such as Harry’s, a D2C offering founded by Andy Katz-Mayfield and Jeff Raider, which enables customers to sign up for a shaving plan. You’ll get premium German-made blades and other shaving paraphernalia delivered to your door, with a Harry’s blade costing £1.88 to a competitor’s £3.05.
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7 days ago by dancall
Stitch Fix hits 3M active clients | Retail Dive
Stitch Fix on Monday reported net revenue in the second quarter rose 25% year over year to $370.3 million. Net income reached $12 million and adjusted EBITDA was $19.2 million, according to company press materials.

The apparel styling service also reported that its active client base rose 18% year over year to reach 3 million. The company held a conference call to discuss the earnings at 5 p.m. Eastern Time Monday.

"Since becoming a public company, we have posted six consecutive quarters of over 20% growth, which demonstrates our ability to drive consistent business performance," CEO and founder Katrina Lake said in a statement.
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7 days ago by dancall
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8 days ago by global.dwellers
Tracksmith launches Hare AC ... Sports brands lead the way in building communities of people sharing passions - Peter Fisk
Tracksmith, the Boston-based retro running clothing brand with a devoted following, recently launched its Hare A.C. running club.
Membership is priced at $128 annually and includes not just a free racing vest, early access to major launches, and exclusive lines, but also in-person perks, like invites to pop-up events around the country, that will likely further build a sense of community around the brand.

“We heard feedback that people who have been fans of the brand for a long time were looking for ways to engage with us more and go even deeper with Tracksmith,” said Matt Taylor, co-founder and CEO of Tracksmith.
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10 days ago by dancall
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10 days ago by dancall
The video game subscription wars are on - Axios
Apple is looking to build a service that allows users who pay a subscription fee to access a bundled list of titles, Cheddar reported in January. Apple could choose to use a March 25 event, where it is expected to introduce news and video subscriptions, to also debut a game subscription offering.
Microsoft's service could let users play high-end video games anytime on any device, not just Microsoft's own Xbox console, Business Insider reported in January.
Amazon is building a subscription streaming service for games, The Information reports. Like Google, it's also reportedly in talks with game publishers.
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14 days ago by dancall
Uber Rolls Out Rewards To All US Passengers | PYMNTS.com
After Uber started to introduce Uber Rewards in January, the feature is now said to be available to all passengers in the United States. Through the program, U.S. riders earn points for their Uber X, Premium, and Pool rides along with Uber Eats purchases, according to reports.
According to a chart provided by reports, passengers earn 1 point for every $1 they spend on Uber Eats and Uber Pool, while they earn 2 points for every dollar they spend on Uber X. In addition, riders earn 3 points for every $1 they spend on the company’s premium service.
Passengers who reach certain thresholds meet levels such as gold, platinum and diamond. The latter tier, for instance, offers customers who earn a minimum of 7,500 points free Uber Eats delivery on three orders. This tier of passengers also earns “special access to highly rated drivers” as well as complimentary upgrades and “premium support.”
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14 days ago by dancall
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16 days ago by gryphonent
Facebook Takes On Patreon Via Fan Subscriptions | PYMNTS.com
Facebook is launching a Fan Subscriptions feature that allows users to pay a monthly fee for access to a creator’s exclusive content.
However, according to a policy document noted in reports, Facebook is offering some tough policies for both users and creators. The social media giant plans to take up to 30 percent of subscription revenue, minus fees, compared to the 5 percent taken by Patreon, 30 percent by YouTube and 50 percent by Twitch.
In addition, Facebook will have the right to offer free trials to subscriptions without having to compensate creators, as well as retain “non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use” creators’ content, and “this license survives even if you stop using Fan Subscriptions.”
“‘Facebook reached out to offer Hard Drive early access to a ‘fan subscription’ product,’ tweeted Matt Saincome, who also runs satirical news site The Hard Times. ‘I asked my editors about it, and the complete distrust amongst our team was [kind of] funny. We read through the terms, and found a couple things that were hilarious when compared to Patreon’s 5 percent. … Up to 30 percent and the rights to all our stuff? From the people who let us build an audience on their platform before pulling it out from under our feet? Hilarious. Here’s a crazy alternative: Let people who signed up to see our content see it, and then we can monetize that.'”
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20 days ago by dancall
Google Sees Potential In Subscription Gaming | PYMNTS.com
According to the Global Games Market Report from Newzoo, “2.3 billion gamers across the globe (spent) $137.9 billion on games in 2018,” a growth in spending of some 13 percent compared to 2017. “Digital game revenues will take 91 percent of the global market with $125.3 billion.”

Beyond that, mobile gaming stands as the largest gaming segment — its growth sent into overdrive after the launch of the iPhone in 2007. Mobile game revenue reached an estimated $70.3 billion in 2018, up nearly 26 percent year over year. Smartphones will account for 80 percent of this, or $56.4 billion, with the remaining 20 percent coming from tablets, the report said. “Console gaming is the second-largest segment generating $34.6 billion in 2018, while PC games will bring in $32.9 billion.”

Google is not the only large global tech firm that wants to do more with games and capture more of that market. As PYMNTS covered about a month ago, Apple could be starting a subscription service for gaming The service would operate like a streaming service, where users pay a fee to get access to many different titles. Apple began discussions with game developers in the latter half of 2018, according to the people familiar with the plans, who all declined to be identified.
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20 days ago by dancall
Payments Have Ignited Subscription eCommerce | PYMNTS.com
The first thing to know about subscription eCommerce is that, despite some recent high-profile stumbles with the retail method — meal kit delivery service Blue Apron has provided reliable drama over the past year or so — and the significant challenge of churn, the model “is not going away,” she said.

In fact, “new verticals” are adopting or considering the subscription model to squeeze more value from their businesses and build brand awareness, Clark said. And everything from personal grooming items to luxury car services (as the report notes, BMW has a $2,000-per-month plan that includes roadside assistance and insurance) are now offered via digital subscription.

And as subscription commerce grows and spreads, payments will have a major role in those developments.
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20 days ago by dancall
Amazon Prime members more likely to sign up for subscriptions | Retail Dive
Subscription and other memberships hold a lot of appeal to American consumers across geographies, income levels and ages in many categories, with store signups the most popular (39% hold memberships), product subscriptions the least (less than 20%) and just over 20% subscribing to media services, according to a report from turnaround consulting firm AlixPartners that was emailed to Retail Dive.

A majority (59%) of the 1,000 respondents in the online survey have some level of interest in a subscription of some kind, and interest rises as income does. Among those making less than $50,000 annually, 27% are already members and 32% are interested; for those in the $50,000-$99,999 bracket 36% are members, 23% are interested and for those making $100,000 or more 41% are members and 18% are interested.

Price is the main motivation for signing up for any subscription in most of the country, except the Northeast where convenience is valued most, according to the report.  Families with children are more likely than those without to be interested in, or be a member of, a product-based membership, and they're twice as likely to hold a media or store subscription, according to AlixPartners.
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20 days ago by dancall

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