Android users will be happy to know they can now join in with us iPhone users in using the Commissary Rewards App. DECA (the commissary people) recently announced that the app has been tested and deemed working well based on beta user reviews that it can now be rolled out to the masses.
The app is an extension of the Commissary Rewards Card that became fully available nationwide and overseas in 2012. In using the app commissary patrons will be able to log in and access their reward accounts. Additionally you will be able to locate your closest commissary and contact info no matter where you are, as well as receive notifications of specific contest and promotions for commissary shoppers.
DECA says that patrons have already downloaded over 26 millions coupons and the commissary has redeemed over $3 million in coupons.
For those who don’t have a Commissary Rewards Card you can do the following to get started:
. Get a rewards card at a commissary.
. Register the card at http://www.commissaries.com/rewards/index.cfm .
. “Clip” or download coupons to your account (they are automatically
loaded to your card).
. Print a list of your coupons and bring it and your card with you on
your next shopping trip.
. Present your card at checkout so the cashier can scan it for coupons
that match your purchased items.
. Digital coupons are automatically erased from the account as they
are redeemed or if they expire.
iPhone users can download the Commissary Rewards App in the App Store and Android can do the same in the Google Play store.
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