As South Africans come to grips with the current challenging economic climate, Nedbank has partnered with bp in a fuel purchase cashback benefit for its Greenbacks members, who have selected the Card Swiper package…
Following extensive negotiations with fuel retailer bp, Nedbank has structured a simple, easy-to-use offering that avoids complex rules or tiers.
By simply swiping their Nedbank card while paying for fuel at any of the 500 bp service stations across South Africa, Greenbacks Card Swiper package members automatically receive 25c per litre of fuel back.
“As lockdown and travel restrictions begin to ease, this partnership aims to put cash back into members’ pockets and reward them for adopting better money habits,” says Dharmesh Bhana, General Manager for Loyalty and Rewards at Nedbank.
Nedbank Greenbacks Card Swiper
Nedbank Greenbacks Card Swiper is available to eligible Nedbank credit and cheque cardholders, allowing clients to earn Greenbacks when they swipe. It is safer than cash, more convenient and allows members to get rewarded without having to think too much about how much you will earn as all members receive 25c per litre back on their fuel spend.
“With no caps, no tiers and no complications, being rewarded for using our partner networks, such as bp, has never been easier,” Bhana says.
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