Besides the entire range of grocery and some kitchen items, the new stores will feature live counters for meats and fish, he explained. Currently, a majority of Star Bazaar sales come from its Clubcard members. The retail chain has over a million customers, of which 800,000 are active, Daboo pointed out.
Star Bazaar today revamped its loyalty programme and collaborated with SBI Card and Tata Capital to offer more rewards on the shopping experience at its stores. Designed for the growing segment of consumers who buy grocery and departmental category items from organized retail stores, Tata Star Card will give consumers 3.5 per cent cash back at all Star Bazaar outlets and an additional Rs 500 bonus through Star Bazaar's loyalty programme.
The card is launched in Platinum and Titanium variants and offers accelerated rewards on dining and international spends as well.
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