Rewards Network, a provider of marketing and customer loyalty services to the restaurant industry, has launched Neighborhood Nosh, a platform which offers members (restaurant customers) the option to earn 5% up to 10% back for every US$1 spent at thousands of restaurants across the US when they dine in, get takeout, or order delivery when paying with their linked card. This article is copyright 2021 The Best Customer Guide.

Formerly known as iDine, the improved Neighborhood Nosh program aligns with Rewards Network’s core mission to keep dining enthusiasts in the know about local hotspots that are rewarding on many levels. The website improves and streamlines the user experience and is available for use on desktop and mobile devices, allowing members to discover local hotspots near their home or when traveling across the country.

“The launch of Neighborhood Nosh signals our continued commitment to helping dining enthusiasts enjoy great food and earn a built-in incentive at thousands of restaurants and also drives customers to become loyal diners at restaurants in our network,” said James Roedding, Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Rewards Network.

How it Works
When members create a Neighborhood Nosh account, link their debit or credit card, and dine at one of the thousands of Neighborhood Nosh locations, they not only help support local businesses but also receive five or ten percent back for every dollar spent depending on their annual program spend.

After a member reaches US$20 in accumulated restaurant rewards from Neighborhood Nosh, an American Express Reward Card will be mailed the following month with all available rewards. Plus, for a limited time, new and existing members earn 10% back on an American Express Reward Card when they dine in, get takeout, or order delivery directly from participating restaurants and pay with a linked card.

Previous iDine members’ rewards have been automatically transferred to their new Neighborhood Nosh account, and current reward standings are not affected.

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