Punctually at the start of the Christmas period, REWE now offers its customers gift cards from such well-known brands as Douglas, Amazon.de, IKEA, WMF and Nintendo in its stores. For this, REWE works together with the voucher specialists from Retailo. Geschenkkartenwelt shelves from Retailo can be found in around 3,000 REWE stores throughout Germany. Retailo is thereby present in over 30,000 sales locations in total.
The market for gift cards is growing: this year every second gift lying under Germany’s Christmas trees shall be a voucher. Market researchers from company consultants Deloitte found out that, in the past year, the voucher was for the first time the number one Christmas gift given.
Attractive: great variety of brands
The trend for vouchers is now being pushed further by REWE. As from now, gift cards are also to be had in around 3,000 REWE stores and in 57 toom user stores throughout Germany. Through the cooperation with Retailo, REWE customers can now choose from a large card portfolio with very attractive brands.
Practical: the gift from REWE next door
The right card for every age, every taste and every wallet is available in Geschenkkartenwelt at REWE. In total, the trading company offers the choice of 19 different brands. Suitable and attractive gift packaging is placed next to the voucher cards in the lit wall displays and turning pillars. REWE and toom thereby offer the best opportunity to buy a last-minute gift quickly, practically and comfortably.
Expansion: now 30,000 sales locations
“With REWE, we are proud to have won one of the biggest German business groups as a sales partner”, says Christian Lindner, Director of Retailo GmbH: “It is not just in the fast-approaching gift season, with St Nicholas’ Day, Advent calendars and Christmas that the total of 3,000 REWE sales locations offers us an enormous sales and growth potential.” With now more than 30,000 POS throughout Europe, Retailo is further established in the position of leading provider for the distribution of gift cards and other prepaid products in continental Europe.
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