Become a partner
We want to invite you to join our Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card journey – an exciting opportunity to spread the word about your restaurant by associating with one of the strongest names in food. With such a storied tradition in covering the rich culinary contexts across Australia, Gourmet Traveller has established itself as a true authority over the last half-century. In that time, Gourmet Traveller has earned the faith of the public and become beloved in the local foodie community and beyond. Come on board and leverage Australia’s most trusted and recognised brand in dining out.
The Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card is brought to you by Edge Loyalty, market leaders of consumer engagement and incentive solutions. Edge specialises in developing innovative sales promotions that incentivise customer behaviour and help brands and agencies achieve their goals. With our unparalleled mix of promotional platforms, rewards, and insurance, Edge can create captivating mechanics and incentives that enhance customer experience and gain maximum engagement with minimum risk for our clients.
Together with Gourmet Traveller – Bauer’s premier food and drink source – gift card experts Edge Loyalty are offering restaurants the enticing opportunity to tap into the vibrant $2 billion gift-giving market with a brand they can put their trust in. With the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card, you and your restaurant are in good company; standing alongside other participating restaurants from Australia’s leading restaurateurs operating across a diverse variety of cuisines, locations, styles, and price-points. Join the other exceptional establishments who are embracing this simple and easy means of projecting their unique dining experience to a glut of prospective clients.
The Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card empowers restaurants with an innovative means of attracting new clientele through the door so you’re able to show off what you have to offer first hand. We know how hard you and your team work to craft something truly special for your clientele and we’re committed to helping you share that with as many as possible. Our comprehensive sales network is driven through the country’s major retailers, online, through loyalty programs, as well as key corporate channels; all with a national reach and emblazoned under a brand with the celebrated culinary tradition unique to Gourmet Traveller. Between the annual Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards and the regular Guides, you and your restaurant can too fall under the Gourmet Traveller name.
Because the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card is so simple to use, we know it to be a real value add for your clients. Provided without limitations, exceptions, or exclusions, you can be confident that welcoming the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card into your restaurant won’t disrupt the specific dining experience you and your team strive to deliver to your clientele. Designed to work for your guests the same as any other payment method, our gift cards succeed in putting more people in contact with what you do best.
If you’d like to know more about how a restaurant can become partner of the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Gift Card, including joining the countless others in being listed on this site, please contact us on 1300 664 965.
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