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...


This article first appeared on 702 : Pick n Pay's magnificent 7 errors with Super Animals cards


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