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  • Walgreens offers discounts for exercising
  • Walgreens offers discounts for exercising
    Mike Mozart (2014) ©
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Walgreens offers discounts for exercising

Personalised discounting already requires people to give up a little personal data and privacy. US pharmacy Walgreens is taking this further, giving shoppers wearable devices that track healthy habits and reward them with store credit if they opt for quinoa and kale over cronuts.

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