LoyaltyOne, the Ohio-based loyalty program consultancy, polled 1,034 young US adults aged 18-29 about how they would respond to such offers across a range of sectors.
The grocery sector stood out with 84% of respondents saying they would be likely to shop more often with a grocery retailer that offered a session with a nutritionist or chef as part of their rewards or loyalty program.
Close behind, almost four-in-five (79%) said they would be tempted to shop more at a clothing store that offered a loyalty program allowing a session with a stylist.
A similar move by an electronics store offering a session with a technician or software expert would entice 77% of the survey respondents, the survey found.
And 69% would welcome tuition from a plumber or other tradesman if offered the chance by a home improvement store. Meanwhile, 68% would be inclined to shop more at a cosmetics retailer if offered a session with a makeup artist.
"Marketing to millennials successfully will depend on how well retailers meet their unique needs," said Fred Thompson, retail practice leader at LoyaltyOne.
"Offering sessions with a consultant or expert in the field helps to develop a meaningful relationship between the retailer and shopper, which leads to increased engagement, loyalty and, ultimately, profitability," he added.
Data sourced from LoyaltyOne; additional content by Warc staff