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Clicks partners with Shell for a new loyalty programme

By Jessica Anne Wood

Fill up at a participating Shell garage and get rewarded with Clicks ClubCard points. This comes following a new affinity partnership between health and beauty retailer Clicks and Shell South Africa. For every one litre of diesel or fuel that you put in, you earn one point.

While it may not seem like a lot, a Clicks ClubCard membership doesn’t cost you anything, and in tough economic times that we are currently facing, any savings or rewards that you can earn that help you save, can help relieve some pressure.

The cashback that you earn can then be used at any Clicks, GNC or Claire’s stores nationwide. The cashback is loaded onto your Clicks ClubCard six times a year. The cashback is valid for 12 months, so you can save them up and use them to make a larger purchase, or use it to help reduce your payment at Clicks when you purchase toiletries or medication.

The current points system at Clicks works on a spend R5 and earn one point system. You only receive cashback on your ClubCard when you have at least 50 points. By including your petrol purchase to these points, you are sure to rack in more points on a monthly basis. However, this may be more difficult to accomplish if there is not a Shell garage near you.

“At Clicks, we pride ourselves on the constant innovation of our ClubCard loyalty programme. Our new partnership with Shell SA makes it even easier to earn ClubCard points, meaning more convenience, savings and rewards for members,” said David Kneale, Clicks Group CEO.


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