Pick n Pay's magnificent 7 errors with Super Animals cards

Pick n Pays latest Super Animals campaign - which contain local animals - have errors in them. Shoppers are given the cards when they spend R150 or more.

We're calling them 7 magnificent errors! The campaign is meant to highlight those animals on the endangered species list.

Andrew Pretorius, Pick n Pay

The errors are due to human error. The cards are being reprinted in the Netherlands.

Andrew Pretorius, Pick n Pay

The Super Animals App (on IOS and android) has been updated with all the correct cards

Listen here on how to exchange the cards at no extra cost...


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