Loyalty360 Reads: October 6 | Honey Expands Shopping Rewards with Introduction of Cash Back Through PayPal; Hyatt Centric Brand Debuts In UK; and More

Honey Expands Shopping Rewards with Introduction of Cash Back Through Paypal
Honey, a web browser focused on generating the best savings for users, has introduced cash back through PayPal. Users who link their Honey and PayPal accounts will now be able to redeem Honey Gold Rewards for cash through PayPal, furthering the platform’s money-saving ideology.
"Cash back is a popular way consumers look for rewards, and we're excited to extend this to new and existing Honey users in the US to help them get more value out of their online shopping experience," said Frank Keller, SVP Enterprise Solutions and Digital Commerce at PayPal. "Our goal is to develop products and tools that make it easier to shop smart and introducing cash back delivers users even greater benefit and choice."
Hyatt Centric Brand Debuts in UK With Cambridge Opening
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Hyatt Centric Cambridge, the debut of the Hyatt Centric brand in the country. The 150-guestroom hotel, designed by the Stirling Prize-winning architects at dRMM, as well as globally-renowned studio AvroKO, is in the sustainable neighborhood of Eddington.
“We are thrilled to open the doors of Hyatt Centric Cambridge. Cambridge is one of the most iconic cities in the UK thanks to its magnificent architecture, university buildings and historic center. The hotel’s location allows curious guests to make the most of what the destination has to offer,” said Martin Newbould, General Manager, Hyatt Centric Cambridge. “We are excited for our guests to enjoy the hotel’s array of facilities including our distinct bar, restaurant and coffee shop, which offer savvy travelers shareworthy experiences.”
MOD Pizza & Singer-Songwriter Chloe Moriondo Collaborate to Provide Grants to Ten Outstanding Community Members With “Random Acts of MODness”
MOD Pizza announced it is teaming up with singer-songwriter Chloe Moriondo for the “Random Acts of MODness” campaign to choose ten people to receive $1,000 grants. This is the third installment of the charitable campaign, which started in March with Grammy Award-nominated rapper J.I.D., and in June again with Grammy Award winner Daya.
The event takes place October 4-8 when MOD and Chloe ask Twitter users to nominate people who are making a difference in their community. Users can then participate by tweeting their nomination to @MODPizza along with the hashtag #RandomActsofMODness, with no restrictions in place.
Nylabone Donates Portion of Pink Dog Chew Toy Sales to National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Nylabone, a toy manufacturer focused on healthy chew toys for pets, has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to create a custom-made chew toy with a purpose. For every unit of the pink-colored Power chew toy sold, Nylabone will donate $1 to the NBCF to support their inspirational mission of supporting those affected by breast cancer.
The USA-made pink chew toy comes in Nylabone’s iconic Souper shape and is designed to challenge the most extreme chewers with ridges and nubs that help clean teeth as dogs chew. In addition to its unique textured surface, this long-lasting chew toy features delicious chicken flavor throughout. It is recommended for dogs over 50 pounds and currently available for purchase at online retailers.

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