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Get Cashback on all Your Shopping

Spend at a wide variety of stores and get discounts, special deals and instant cashback.


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Download the Radio Laeveld Beursie, Register and get R20 to spend

Get R20 when you download the Radio Laeveld Beursie. So, don’t delay, download and register today! Plus, top up with R50, R200 or R500 and get 50% extra! Find your favourite stores in the Marketplace and start shopping.

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Become a Citizen and get great rewards

Repeat customers spend 37% more

Download and install the Radio Laeveld Beursie for free and you’ll be able to shop at a wide variety of participating stores. Being a Citizen means you can take up any of the special deals or coupons and discounts offered by our partners, and instantly get cashback on your purchases.

What’s in it for you?

Instant cashback

Deals and discounts

Wide network of stores

Free download

Find nearby stores

Website UBU for You vouchers page

Special deals and coupons

Visit the Vouchers app page and also get great deals and coupons from leading stores


How does it work?

All you have to do is follow these easy steps:
  1. Download and install the Radio Laeveld Beursie
  2. Register your Citizen account
  3. Fund your account with a variety of options
  4. Browse a variety of goods and services at stores near you
  5. Pay directly from your Radio Laeveld Beursie
  6. Get instant cashback into your Wallet
  7. Spend your instant cashback whenever you want at any of the many participating stores

Download and install the Radio Laeveld Beursie Today

Get access to special deals and promotions.


Do you sell goods or services and want to expose your business to 1000s of customers and grow your business?

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