Pret Perks – Pret A Manger’s FIRST Ever Loyalty Scheme? Yeah Right!

Here’s Pret again trying to get customer data but not deliver on their deal.

Marketing companies on Pret’s behalf advertise Pret’s “first ever” loyalty scheme!

Oooh baby! Who knew that Pret’s loyalty card system goes back to at least 2012!!!


Pret Loyalty Card 2012-09-13

Link to 2012

Terms and conditions at the bottom of this below Loyalty Card:

“Redeemable at the Manager’s discretion. Excludes Pret shops within Central London Zones 1 and 2…”

It even has an expiry date on it, forcing the customer to buy coffees before that date to get a free one … and at the manager’s discretion mind you! Pret showing its true “generosity” here!

Pret Loyalty Card 2012-03-29

Link to 2012

2017 Pret Loyalty Card

Link to a 2017 Tweet

And Paris 2019 from Instagram:


So, marketing companies, try again!

And here’s how Pret’s ripping customer off via the new “first ever” Pret perks loyalty scheme, how their rip off works:


How it REALLY works:


Same with the Mince Pie offer:


Link to Instagram post from yesterday.


I’ll spare the readers with more screenshots and links to Pret’s rip-offs. Do your own homework if you truly care!

But just to say that the Pret Perks (which used to be what they called “Pret Perks” for Pret staff with rebates from other companies) is NOT a first ever loyalty program for loyal customers. Pret had loyalty cards as you can see above, as far back as 2012, probably longer. But these loyalty cards were only available outside big cities and Pret kept it really quiet.

So, here you go with another Pret shadiness.

And also, to the WordPress staff who check every post I post after Pret contacted WordPress, and you’re instrumental of getting my blog moved to the adult section where porn sites are moved to. You will be found out as censorship on WordPress will be exposed. I’m not doing anything wrong. I exercise free speech and whistle-blowing. You will be found out and expose as well.


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2 thoughts on “Pret Perks – Pret A Manger’s FIRST Ever Loyalty Scheme? Yeah Right!

    1. Yes, well said. That’s why I keep linking on social media to the stamp loyalty system Pret had in place for years. Marketing companies on social media advertise “Pret Person” as the first ever loyalty programme Pret is now introducing. So, I have to correct that lie again.

      Also, first complaints already come in that customers pay full price even tho they signed up to Pret Perks. The scam continues & the press etc are silent.

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