• The Stellenbucks Restaurant Rewards Campaign is back for another round, offering in-dining restaurants customers vouchers to dine in any participating restaurant when paying with SnapScan.

    When redeeming a voucher, if the bill is more than the value of the voucher, customers will only pay the difference via SnapScan. Then, another voucher to the value of 30% of what you’ve spent (to a maximum value of R250) will be issued, provided the difference is R300 or more.

    How it works:

    1. A family of 4 dines at a Stellenbosch restaurant and the total bill is R900 including wine and tip.
    2. The customer pays with SnapScan.
    3. Immediately after the transaction a voucher for 30% of the bill to 3 a max of R250 is loaded onto the SnapScan wallet of the customer.
    4. The R250 SnapScan voucher is valid until 30 September 2023 and can only be redeemed at participating Stellenbucks restaurants and wineries.

     

    Here is a list of the participating restaurants:

    • 96 Winery Road
    • Basic Bistro
    • BCO Taste Kitchen
    • Beyerskloof Wynbar
    • Brampton Studio
    • Cavalli Estate
    • Clos Malverne Restaurant
    • De Warenmarkt Restaurant
    • Eike by Bertus Basson
    • Stefan’s | Erinvale Hotel & Spa
    • Genki Sushi
    • Guardian Peak
    • Helena’s Restaurant
    • Indo Pop-Up at the Delaire Graff Wine Lounge
    • The Cellar Door at Jordan
    • Lanzerac Hotel and Spa
    • Le Grand Domaine Enoteca
    • Le Pommier
    • Middelvlei Wines
    • Oude Werf Hotel
    • Post & Pepper
    • Rust en Vrede Restaurant
    • Rust en Vrede Tasting Room
    • Senobia’s at Eendracht
    • Spek & Bone
    • Stellenbosch Kitchen
    • Stellenbosch Wine Bar
    • The Fat Butcher
    • Hussar Grill
    • The Wine Glass
    • Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery
    • Warwick Wine Estate

    For information, visit Stellenbucks

     

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    Article originally written and published by  Ilze-Mari Van Zyl for Cape Etc.

    Feature image: Pexels

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