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Beaurepaires customers go sky-high with Airpoints™

1 April 2019

Beaurepaires announced today that it has partnered with Air New Zealand Airpoints™ to offer customers new ways to earn Air New Zealand Airpoints™ Dollars.

Beaurepaires managing director Grant Rushbrooke says it’s exciting new partnership that aligns well with Beaurepaires business direction and relationships with premium tyre and vehicle servicing brands.

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Air New Zealand Airpoints™,” says Rushbrooke.

“We have seen the evolution of the Airpoints™ programme over the last three years. Our business has also evolved over the years, but the one thing that has remained constant is our commitment to a great customer experience. This is a great way to reward our customers for their business,” says Rushbrooke.

Beaurepaires is now the only tyre retailer where customers can earn Airpoints™ dollars.

Products and services purchased from Beaurepaires will be eligible for 1 Airpoints Dollar™ for every $100 spent. Airpoints™ Dollars will also be accumulated on all online purchases made from Beaurepaires website at https://beaurepaires.co.nz/.

“Beaurepaires has built a very loyal customer base since we first opened for business 34 years ago,” says Rushbrooke.

“We really do care about customers and that’s why they continue to come back to us. We want to make sure they feel valued and Airpoints™ is one of the ways we can do that," he adds.

Air New Zealand Airpoints™ is New Zealand’s most rewarding loyalty programme with more than 3 million members.

An accumulated Airpoints™ balance can then be used on a range of rewards like flights, upgrades, and products from the Airpoints™ Store. In the past year more than 1.1 million flights and purchases from the Airpoints™ Store were enjoyed by members using their Airpoints™ Dollars.

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