The latest Rangers partnership will allow supporters to give back to the club through everyday purchases from a range of leading TV, retail and airline brands, amongst many others.
The Gers have been developing a range of major commercial partnerships under the direction of James Bisgrove with a link-up with Fantastic Fanatics the latest deal to be struck at Ibrox.
Scottish born reward-based digital platform Fantastic Fanatics essentially incentivises the purchase of goods and services to supporters by giving a commission on purchases back to the club.
This won’t cost the supporter or fan any more than normal with Rangers and Fantastic Fanatics benefiting from increased take-up of the partner goods and services via fans who’re boosting the Gers’ coffers.
It’s completely free to sign up – although fans will need to enter card details – before bluenoses can go on and purchase whatever they like through the platform knowing cash will go back to Rangers.
Through the new partnership, supporters will also eventually be able to enjoy a Rangers-centric shopping mall of goods and services via the club’s website.
The club will also launch its “Ready to Shop” branded shopping and rewards platform in an exciting new way to purchase goods and services online.
Read more about how the entire thing works HERE with the Fantastic Fanatics link-up lauded by Director of Marketing and Communications James Bisgrove via the club’s official website.
‘’Rangers innovative partnership with Fantastic Fanatics provides dual benefits in providing supporters with rewards for a wide variety online shopping purchases, whilst, in parallel, providing a commercial return directly to the club,” said Bisgrove [Rangers].
“We believe this new partnership will be well received by Rangers global fan base – who can directly access products and services from the likes of Sky, BT Sport, B&Q, Currys PC World and, with international travel hopefully about to resume, the likes of Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways & Jet 2 Holidays.”
Read more about one of the Ibrox club’s most recent partnerships which seeks to take a leadership role in Northern Ireland.