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Discovery partners with Big Concerts to up the entertainment value


Discovery partners with Big Concerts to up the entertainment value

Discovery and Big Concerts today announced an exciting new partnership that sees DiscoveryCard become the official credit card partner to Big Concerts. This partnership will provide DiscoveryCard clients with exclusive access, discounts and additional offerings for South Africa’s premium live events. This partnership offers significant value to clients of South Africa’s largest non-bank credit card.

Hylton Kallner, Chief Marketing Officer of Discovery, said, “We are very excited about the DiscoveryCard – Big Concerts partnership, and the enhanced access it affords our clients to world class live events and entertainment. We believe in the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle. Our partnership with Big Concerts enhances the entertainment and leisure benefits we offer to our clients”.

As part of the partnership, DiscoveryCard clients will have access to unique benefits and offers on world-class entertainment, including for example:

The best available tickets through an exclusive DiscoveryCard ticket-booking platform on the Big Concerts website:
– Advance bookings for high-end VIP hospitality packages
– Unique live entertainment products and experiences for selected events
– Discounts on tickets, packages and other products for selected events
– “Fast lane” access to selected venues

Introductory offers to DiscoverCard clients, including discounts and offers on sold out inventory for performances by Cirque du Soleil and Bon Jovi can now be accessed via

The DiscoveryCard is already seen as the most rewarding card in the South African market, giving clients cash back on their shopping at a wide range of partner stores in an exclusive store network. Other partners include Builders Warehouse, Incredible Connection, @Home, Look & Listen, Total Sports, Stuttafords and Exclusive Books.

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