Pick and Pay Go Banking Credit Card

By Staff Writer
Pick and Pay's Go Banking card is back and it's better than ever. For only R9.95 per month, you be refunded 2% of your selected Pick and Pay branded purchases when you shop with your Go Banking card.

They will also refund you for your Fresh Living magazine and if you spend more than R1000, at Pick and Pay, they will refund your monthly fee as well.

Benefits: 

  • 2% refund on selected Pick and Pay purchases
  • Free supllementary card
  • Free garage card
  • Free Fresh Living magazine
  • Free travel insurance 
  • No monthly fees when you spend more than R1000

You can also do all your banking for free when you use SMS or self service telephone banking, and for only R15 a month you can access all the self service banking channels, including internet banking.

As with anything in life T&C's apply, so visit the Go Banking website for more information.

Click here to apply for your Go Banking card today!

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