Meet Your #MoneyGoals

Five rea­sons to love your Pick n Pay Store Ac­count

Cosmopolitan (South Africa) - - PROMOTION -

We get it. Even when you’re adult­ing hard and bring­ing your A-game when it comes to man­ag­ing your moolah, the strug­gle can be real. A loom­ing re­ces­sion, ris­ing in‰la­tion, bud­get cuts – we’re up against crazy odds. But don’t give up on your goals just yet. Pick n Pay has just launched a Store Ac­count, and we’re all for it.

Shop smart

A Pick n Pay Store Ac­count is a credit fa­cil­ity that you can use at any Pick n Pay store na­tion­wide, in­clud­ing Cloth­ing and Hyper­mar­kets. You get up to 55 days’ in­ter­est free if you pay your bal­ance in full each month. Be ‰inan­cially woke: Shop. Pay o–. Re­peat.

Keep monthly fees low

Pick n Pay has ne­go­ti­ated with credit provider RCS so that ac­count hold­ers can bene‰it from the low­est pos­si­ble monthly fee of R10. That’s it! If you don’t have an out­stand­ing bal­ance or there is no ac­tiv­ity on your Store Ac­count, there’s no charge. Sim­ple.

Bud­get-friendly

What about those times when you have to fork out for an ap­pli­ance like a fridge or TV? No sweat. You can opt for the bud­get op­tion on your Store Ac­count and set­tle your bal­ance over 24 or 36 months. It’s the per­fect way to plan when you’re spend­ing big.

Rack up the points

Your Pick n Pay Store Ac­count will be linked to your Smart Shop­per card so you can keep earn­ing points and get­ting dis­counts as you spend. You can even use your Smart Shop­per points to pay to­wards your monthly in­stal­ments. There’s no catch.

Make some money moves

One way you can make the most out of your Pick n Pay Store Ac­count is to use it to buy gro­ceries and house­hold items. Then, while you en­joy 55 days in­ter­est free, you can de­posit your salary into a sav­ings ac­count and earn in­ter­est on it. Win­ning. ■

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