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Banking Travel Rewards in South Africa

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FNB eBucks:
FNB eBucks is the longest running and arguably the most popular banking rewards programs in South Africa. Client reward levels are based on the amount of reward level points collected from FNB over a 12-month rolling period. With this service, you can get great discounts on Kulula and selected Emirates flights as an eBucks Discounts member. To qualify, you’ll need to have an FNB cheque account.

Investec’s Travel Latitude:
This travel rewards programme gives you the opportunity to earn frequent flyer miles. You can also use your Investec Dividends points to pay for airport taxes. Business Account holders get rewards based on business spend. You can also earn 1.5 dividends points for every R5 spent on purchases made through a Travel Latitude consultant. To find out more about this Travel Rewards programme, call Investec on: 0861 000 897

Absa Rewards:
Absa, one of South Africa’s leading banking institutions offers clients a range of financial solutions. Through its Absa Rewards programme, it provides its clients with more value. Partners include: Europcar, African Pride 15th on Orange Hotel, Kulula Holdings (packages include flight, hotel, car rental and other added value, travel insurance), Holiday Tours and Good Taste Travel (10% Cash Rewards on accommodation packages). Visit to find out more.

Standard Bank UCount:
With the Standard Bank UCount Rewards programme, you can use your rewards card to pay for your fuel at participating Caltex forecourts or to visit a Bidvest Premier Airport Lounge. You can also convert your rewards points to SAA Voyager Miles or to Avios. Standard Bank UCount rewards can be redeemed for local and international flights, car hire and holiday packages. This programme also gives clients the option to donate their points to a charity organisation of their choice. For more details, call: 0860 82 68 68 or email:


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