Solidarity's Bank Charges report has TymeBank, Bank Zero creaming Absa, FNB, Standard Bank

A FNB Easy account would not give you that.

But are you the type to use an entry level account?

Would the person have the spending to earn so much in ebucks? Unlikely.

Missing the point. Lowest account charges does not mean the cheapest to run for everyone. eB earned are as good as cash, and if you fly/rent cars, even better than cash.
 
nope no thank you. I don't care how much the bank charges. i want the fastest service, best travel and lifestyle specials and fast-track to miles, AVIS discounts, hotel discounts and and and

I don't think Tyme, nor Bank Zero offer anything like that?
 
Missing the point. Lowest account charges does not mean the cheapest to run for everyone. eB earned are as good as cash, and if you fly/rent cars, even better than cash.

Yes, the people with a salary of R8000 will benefit greatly.
 
Yeah something all the eBucks big spending zealots on MyBB can't understand. You have to spend a ton and even getting your account fees back gets harder and harder each year.
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You need to know how to make the system work for you. Getting 40% discount on international business flights every year makes a big difference for a family of 4.
 
Premier still indicates R 3000 at Shoprite/Checkers. Is this an error?

Shoprite Checkers

  • Earn up to 15% back in eBucks when you shop at Checkers Shoprite and pay with your qualifying FNB Virtual Card linked to a FNB Fusion Premier Card, FNB Premier Credit Card and/or FNB Premier Debit card.
  • You will earn eBucks on purchases made using the Checkers App (Sixty60).
  • The amount on which you earn eBucks is limited to 20% of your total monthly qualifying physical or virtual FNB Fusion Premier Card, FNB Premier Credit Card and/or FNB Premier Debit card spend, or a total rand spend (on Shoprite Checkers in-store shopping only) of R3000 per month, whichever occurs first.
  • Your qualifying physical or virtual FNB Fusion Premier Card/FNB Premier Credit Card and/or FNB Premier Debit card spend is considered first towards the spend limit, thereafter your physical card spend will be considered.
  • You won't earn eBucks on purchases made at MediRite Pharmacies, Money Markets, Computicket, Computicket-Travel and Cash@Till® withdrawals.
  • Where you earn eBucks on qualifying Shoprite Checkers purchases, you will then not earn additional rewards for the in-store and online partner spend categories on those qualifying Shoprite Checkers purchases.
  • Customers over 60 do not have to use their Virtual Card to earn.
 
So Capitec went from the cheapest bank to the 2nd most expensive? Interesting.
 
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