Clicks Clubcard overtakes Pick n Pay Smart Shopper as SA’s most popular

Clicks Clubcard has overtaken Pick n Pay Smart Shopper as South Africa’s most popular loyalty programme.

Dis-Chem Benefits Programme ranks as the third most used programme (up from fifth place last year).

Edgars came in fourth while Woolworths was placed fifth.

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