Quotient Partners with Shipt to Enable Consumer Savings with Digital Coupons

Partnership provides millions of households with access to savings as online grocery shopping skyrockets

Quotient, the leading digital promotions, media, and analytics company, announced a partnership with Shipt, the same-day delivery marketplace, to launch digital coupons for groceries and household essentials to customers through the Shipt website and app.

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The partnership comes at an unprecedented time when online grocery delivery services have seen a dramatic increase in use as hundreds of millions of Americans are social distancing at home due to COVID-19. A recent survey showed 31%of U.S. households have used an online grocery delivery or pickup service in March alone. Shipt has seen a significant increase in app downloads and has added 80,000 new Shipt Shoppers to its community during the pandemic.

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With the partnership, Quotient will enable Shipt for the first time to provide national manufacturers’ coupons from such well-known consumer-packaged goods (CPG) brands as Bayer HealthCare, Kimberly-Clark, Colgate-Palmolive, and Johnson & Johnson.

This new integration between Shipt and Quotient brings benefits for everyone. Consumers save money from brands they love, with the convenience of groceries being delivered right to their door; retailers drive eCommerce growth by adding digital coupons into their online experience, creating a better omnichannel experience for customers; and CPGs reach millions of additional customers with product offerings in new, growing eCommerce channels, which increases their sales.

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