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Loyalty enrollment and signin

Android Pay can help you enroll new loyalty program members and let existing members sign in to easily save their loyalty cards to Android Pay and use them in stores. 

How it works

When customers want to save a loyalty card to Android Pay from within the app, they have 2 options:

Enroll in loyalty program

If a customer isn’t in your loyalty program already, they can join it. The Android Pay team can speed up the enrollment process by pre-filling customers’ information, such as their name and email. After a customer joins your loyalty program, their loyalty card is saved to Android Pay and is ready to use in stores.

Sign in to loyalty account

If a customer is already in your loyalty program, they can sign in to their account to save your loyalty card to Android Pay. After the customer signs in to their loyalty account, Android Pay gets their loyalty information in a secure and authenticated way. Then, customers can use their loyalty card with Android Pay and won’t need to physically carry it.

More ways to let customers join loyalty programs

Android Pay has 2 more ways to let customers join your loyalty program quickly and easily:

  • Send location-based reminders. Android Pay can be used to send location-based reminders to customers to let them enroll or sign in to your loyalty program when they’re in your store.
  • Use smart tap to enroll at the point-of-sale. When you use Android Pay’s smart tap, it can be set up to use the terminal to ask customers to tap their phones to join your loyalty program. If they decide to join and tap their phone, customers are automatically guided through the enrollment process with the Android Pay app.  

Learn more about Android Pay’s smart tap.

Become a partner

If you want to be considered as an early-adoption partner of this loyalty feature, contact us. The Android Pay team will contact you if this feature will be a good fit for your business.

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