Build a tailored loyalty program in minutes

Amaze your customers with a loyalty program as unique as your business. Pick from one of the loyalty program models below or mix & match them to create your own unique blend. Migrate your existing loyalty program to Thirdshelf or build a new loyalty program from scratch. Our team can guide you every step of the way. 


A loyalty program where your customers unlock rewards based on attaining a tier or level.

You can customize the tier names as you choose (Bronze, Silver, Gold etc.). You can offer one or multiple rewards per level, as well as single-use, multi-use or permanent rewards (ex. 25% discount) or benefits (ex. free grooming for pets or free alterations for apparel).



A loyalty program where your customers earn points that they can use to purchase goods or services.

You can customize how customers earn points and what they can spend them on. Thirdshelf automatically calculates points earned and spent. You and your customers can see their active points and lifetime points earned.


A loyalty program where your customers earn a store credit or percent discount when they spend a certain amount.

Also known as a recurring reward, the cash-back program allows you to define a spend amount ($25, $50, $100, etc.) at which your customer earns a fixed $ or % back (ex. spend  $100 and get a $5 store credit or spend $100 and get a 10% cash-back store credit).



A loyalty program where your customers earn rewards based on how many units of a certain type of product they buy.

You can customize which product categories or sub-categories are eligible for punch-card earning and customize what rewards or benefits customers earn. For example, you could say buy 10 cans and get 1 free or buy 10 cans and get a free grooming or a $10 store credit.

Advanced earning rules

A set of tools to protect your margins and make your loyalty program as profitable as possible.

Advanced earning rules allow you apply earning accelerator rules (ex. double the points) or earning exclusion rules on select categories, sub-categories or brands of products and on customer groups.