This is the best cash-back programme for food in SA – with savings up to 25%
- Business Insider South Africa compared the food-rewards programmes currently available in South Africa.
- Discovery Vitality came up tops with grocery savings up to 25%.
- Meanwhile, Momentum Multiply only promised a possible cash-back of 12%.
Discovery Vitality is the best food cash-back programme in South Africa where consumers can save up to 25% on grocery spend, also beating out points-based loyalty schemes.
But there's a catch: to get the savings, you have to buy from a predefined list of “healthy foods”.
Business Insider South Africa compared the food-rewards programmes currently available in South Africa, both cash-back schemes and those with loyalty points for future use.
At R259 a month, Discovery Vitality not only offers you up to 25% off your monthly food spend at Pick n Pay – more than enough to cover the monthly fee – but also gives you access to a host of other cash-back schemes.
These include 25% cash back at Clicks and Dischem pharmacies, and 25% back at Sportsmans Warehouse or Totalsports.
The Discovery Vitality and Momentum Multiply schemes can also be used in conjunction with the Pick n Pay SmartShopper card, which gives you back R1 for every R200 spent at Pick n Pay stores.
(Potential savings at Spar were not calculated as vouchers differ from person to person.)
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