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The Impact of Uncle Sam: Tax Season Insights Report
Tax season is a mix of opportunities and challenges for retailers. On one hand, many consumers will get a refund – creating a bump in their discretionary spending. However, consumers who owe will likely adjust spending to account for a payment to Uncle Sam. Using our purchase intelligence gleaned from partnerships with 1500+ financial institutions, […]
Does Your Gym Choice Really Matter?
Treadmill running or CrossFit? Barre classes or spinning? Low carb or juice cleanse? There are countless ways to get fit, but which are consumers more likely to stick with? Using our data and the power of purchase intelligence, we looked at how consumers are working out and how their spending habits differ by gym choice.
Clicks Don’t Matter
There is no correlation between a click and actual in-store or online spend. That is not a typo, it is a truth that we continue to see across all categories with few exceptions. Unfortunately, while as an industry we have become experts at driving efficient means to drive clicks, these clicks can’t be used to […]
Benefits of Card-Linked Marketing For Financial Institutions
This white paper examines the impact of interchange fee limits on customer engagement programs, and quantifies how the Cardlytics Card-Linked Marketing program in place at Bank of America, PNC Bank, Regions Bank—and hundreds of others—has stayed attrition and increased debit and credit card use and spending.
In the News
AdWeek April 13, 2021
Cardlytics to Buy Data Platform Bridg in $350 Million Deal
Its second purchase in recent months brings its spending on mergers and acquisitions to $625 million
YourMoney.com April 13, 2021
New cashback scheme launched for credit card shoppers
MBNA has launched a reward programme, offering credit card holders the chance to earn cashback on their spending.
Fast Casual April 5, 2021
5 dining trends left behind by COVID-19
Matt Drewes, SVP/ group head of Restaurant at Cardlytics, predicts how the dining habits adopted by consumers during COVID-19 will change post-pandemic.
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