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Pensioners Discounts in South Africa

With great power there is great responsibility, with great age there is great benefits.

Pensioners discounts in South Africa are one of the things that we can still pride ourselves with, everywhere you go.

Government has discount benefits for pensioners, parking in malls, hotels, stores, banks, etc, the list is endless.

There is a plethora of offers and discounts available to help you make your 60s the finest decade yet, full of adventure, events, and experiences that won’t break the budget.

You deserve it!

Many of these deals are only accessible to residents of South Africa and are subject to change.

V&A Waterfront

Pensioners discounts in South Africa may be used to take advantage of a variety of discounts at the V&A Waterfront.

All you have to do is bring your ID document to the Information Kiosk and fill out the application form.

You’ll get a card that you can use to get discounts at participating restaurants, museums, attractions, and stores.

Some features include free parking on weekday mornings and 50% off Karibu meals on weekdays.

New deals are introduced on a regular basis!


Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

South African pensioners enjoy free admission to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden on Tuesdays.

Spend the day strolling among the gardens, picnicking on the lawns, and exploring the various walkways.

Public holidays are not included in the deal.


City Sightseeing

Until the end of October 2020, Cape Town’s iconic City Sightseeing offers South African retirees (60 and over) a special discounted price on all Classic (1-day valid tickets).

As a result, you’ll just have to pay R120 for a ticket that normally costs R245.

Purchase your ticket at the V&A Waterfront ticket office, which is located outside the Two Oceans Aquarium, or at the CBD office, which is located at 81 Long Street.

To qualify, simply bring your South African barcoded ID with you.

Tickets for pensioners are not available online.


Two Oceans Aquarium

All South African pensioners receive an R50 discount to the Two Oceans Aquarium.

Simply display your pensioner card and take advantage of the incredible marine life that Cape Town has to offer.


Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

As part of pensioners discounts in South Africa, they can purchase a ticket to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway for just R100.

You may also trek up and then take the R50 one-way cable car down.

If you are hungry, inquire about the pensioner’s special at the Table Mountain Café, which is located at the summit.

For R72.50, you may have a handmade pie, salad, a slice of milk tart, and a cup of coffee or tea.

There are no online reservations available; you must purchase tickets at the Lower Cableway Station ticket office.


Cape Nature accommodation

Pensioners in South Africa are eligible for a 30% discount on self-catering and camping accommodations booked via Cape Nature.

With the exception of the Easter school holiday season and the December/January school holiday period, the discount is accessible seven days a week throughout the year.


Cape Point Flying Dutchman Funicular

The Flying Dutchman Funicular at Cape Point has a discounted pricing for South Africans over 60 on Wednesdays.

A round trip ticket will set you back R30, while a one-way ticket would set you back R22.

The deal: roundtrip tickets to the Flying Dutchamn Funicula for R50.

South African pensioners enjoy a greater discount on Wednesdays: R30 (return), R22 (single)


Tsogo Sun Hotels

Stay at half-price at one of Tsogo Sun Hotels’ wonderful locations.

Southern Sun The Cullinan, Southern Sun Waterfront Cape Town, Southern Sun Cape Sun, Southern Sun Cape Sun, Southern Sun Newlands, SunSquare Cape Town City Bowl, SunSquare Cape Town Gardens, Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard, StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl, and StayEasy Century City are among their Cape Town hotels.