A Smart Shopper consumer generally has more than R20 in points. eNCA
JOHANNESBURG - Pick n Pay says it has R200-million in unused Smart Shopper points.
Consumers have earned a combined R200-million worth of points over the past year but are yet to spend them.
The scheme offers discounts on various store products and can be spent at Pick n Pay stores and BP garages.
Pick n Pay says it now has 8.5 million Smart Shoppers who swipe their cards for 75 percent of all its sales.
A Smart Shopper consumer generally has more than R20 in points.
Cardholders have been encouraged to check if they have any unclaimed points as they expire within 12 months.