Don’t Miss Out on These Great Pick n Pay Specials!

In the Pick n Pay catalogue, you can stock your grocery cupboard with all the monthly essentials. The PnP specials for 2020 are updated once a month and there are also additional catalogues for special occasions such as Easter or Christmas. Pick n Pay specials differ from one province to another, so when you are browsing a Pick n Pay catalogue, make sure you choose the correct catalogue for your area.

The current catalogue Pick n Pay - Inland Provinces - Mega Sale Hypermarkets Specials is valid during 25/05/2020 - 07/06/2020 and can be found here

About Pick n Pay

In 1966, at the age of 35, Raymond Ackerman was fired from his job as retail managing director and this led him to buy three Pick n Pay stores from Jack Goldin. His philosophy has always been to put the customer first, something he learnt from his university lecturer, Professor WH Hutt. With this attitude, Pick n Pay stores have grown to hundreds of stores countrywide, in cities such as Alberton, Alexandra, Aliwal North, Amanzimtoti, Atlantis, Atteridgeville.

Pick n Pay wants to uplift their community and have many initiatives in place to help those around them.

The Ackerman Pick n Pay Foundation founded in 1997, support various charities and take part in philanthropic initiatives.

  • The foundation helps local communities to establish gardens in both rural and urban areas. These gardens serve as a source of fresh food for the community, and also income, as the leftover produce can be sold. The foundation has established 376 food gardens thus far, feeding almost 4000 families. Additionally, a Water Resilience Program was established in partnership with Siyazisiza Trust, which supports smaller agricultural communities with improved access to water and also teach small-scale farmers on water conservation.
  • The Pick n Pay School Club provides basic educational resources, such as books, posters, and recognition stickers to more than 300 schools. They also have a Kids in Parks programme, which gives underprivileged children the opportunity to visit a national park and learn more about the country’s heritage

Pick n Pay stores fall under the Groceries category, along with other stores such as Boxer, Cambridge Foods, Checkers, Food Lover's Market, KIT KAT Cash&Carry, Kwikspar, Makro, OK Foods, Oxford Freshmarket, President Hyper. Their trading hours are from 8h00 to 20h00 from Mondays to Sundays. 

For more information, visit their website www.pnp.co.za.

What Pick n Pay offers

Besides the everyday Pick n Pay specials you can expect in store, there are many other services that Pick n Pay offers their customers.

  • You can join their Smart Shopper programme where you can earn points for each purchase and also receive personalized discounts based on your shopping history. If you download the Pick n Pay app, you don’t even need a card, just use the app to scan the QR code at the tills. You can also switch points for airtime, data, and prepaid electricity. The latest PnP specials, together with your discounts, are all displayed on the app, making shopping even easier.
  • They offer a variety of value-added money services. You can book flights and bus tickets, pay municipal accounts or traffic fines, or do money transfers.
  • If you don’t feel like driving to the store, you can do your shopping online. They have an easy interface where you can shop by aisle, as if you were walking in the store.
  • If you join their Baby Club, you get triple points every time you make purchases on baby products such as nappies and baby formula.
  • For your furry friends, you can join the Pet Club. You get extra monthly discounts and triple points on pet-related products.
  • Make sure you don’t miss out on Pick n Pay liquor specials. Members of the Wine Club get triple points on all wine purchases and an additional 20% off selected wines each month.

You can find all the Pick n Pay specials in their latest catalogue Pick n Pay - Inland Provinces - Mega Sale Hypermarkets Specials.

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