Thursday, April 15, 2021

All Shoprite, Checkers & Usave stores now accept cash deposits for major SA banks


Customers can now deposit cash directly onto their bank card at the till point in any Shoprite, Checkers or Usave store.

Together with other established in-store services like cash withdrawals, money transfers, and bill payments, this new functionality means shoppers can now perform most basic banking tasks at all supermarkets within the Shoprite Group.

Cash deposits at till points offer customers a range of benefits, including low transaction costs and unbeatable convenience.

Each of the almost 1 700 Shoprite, Checkers and Usave supermarkets located throughout South Africa will be able to process these transactions during their normal operating hours. As these stores are typically open outside of normal banking hours – and over weekends – they are significantly more convenient than traditional banking outlets.

Cash deposits of up to R3 000 can be made at any Shoprite, Checkers or Usave till point – at a flat rate of just R19.95 per transaction – for the following major banks in South Africa:




Standard Bank

African Bank

Tyme Bank

Discovery Bank

Bidvest Bank



Customers simply have to present their Visa or MasterCard card at any till point, along with the cash they want to deposit, enter their PIN, and the cashier will handle the rest.

“Cash deposits at till point offer a new level of convenience and safety for our customers, many of whom earn their wages in cash, and live in rural or remote areas without easy access to ATMs. Together with a range of in-store Money Market services, this new functionality means we’re now able to process an even greater number of financial transactions, making our supermarkets a real one-stop shop,” says Jean Olivier, General Manager: Financial Services for the Shoprite Group.

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