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Masscash Celebrates 40th Birthday with Giveaways worth over R9 million 

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To celebrate 40 years of giving value to customers, Masscash, is giving away 34 brand new Suzuki Bakkies valued at R190 000 each and over R3 00 000 in store coupons. 

Win One of 34 Suzuki Bakkies! 

From 23 May to 3 July, customers who spend R10,000 or more at any of our Masscash stores stand the chance to win 1 of 34 Suzuki Bakkies. To enter, participants must: 

  1. Spend R10,000 or more during the competition period. 
  2. WhatsApp “WinABakkie” to 087 240 5640. 
  3. Follow the prompts and upload their till slip as proof of purchase. 

Daily Store Coupons Up for Grabs! 

In addition to the grand prize, customers can also win one of 5 store coupons valued at R250 each or one of 2 store coupons valued at R500 each, daily! To qualify: 

  1. Make a purchase of R500 or more at any Masscash Main Store. 
  2. Keep your till slip and participate in the Spin and Win Competition using the digital device provided in-store. 
  3. Each participant will have at least one chance to play per day during the competition period. Coupons will be distributed randomly by the digital devices and can be redeemed at store tills. 

Nick Favager, Vice President of Merchandise for Masscash, expressed his excitement about the promotion: "For 40 years, Masscash has been committed to providing exceptional value and service to our customers. This milestone celebration is our way of giving back and showing appreciation for the loyalty and support we've received. We look forward to sharing this special occasion with our customers and rewarding them with fantastic prizes." 

Masscash has a rich history of serving communities with quality products at competitive prices. As we celebrate this significant milestone, we remain dedicated to our mission of delivering value and convenience to our customers.  

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