Standard Bank Black Friday deals will allow you to collect double UCount Rewards Points on all qualifying purchases when you shop at select Rewards retailers.

With online convenience and value in mind, Standard Bank is upsizing their Black Friday offerings, giving clients more than they bargained for.

Here are some exclusive offers available only to cardholders:


Get 60% off your first UCOOK order when you purchase at UCOOK using the code STANDARDBANK60.

Validity: 13 November to 22 November

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Wine-of-the-Month Club:

Receive 50% off the Black Friday Mixed Wine Collection when purchased at Wine-of-the-Month Club.

Validity: 24 November to 30 November (subject to availability)

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Get access to special Black Friday offers from Samsung. Spend R5000 or more with your Standard Bank Credit Card and pay 0% interest when selecting the 6-, 12-, or 24-month budget facility at checkout.

Validity: 16 November to 30 November

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UCount Spend and Win:

Use your Standard Bank Credit Card at our Rewards Retailers, including Caltex and Astron Energy service stations, for a chance to WIN* your Black Friday spend back (up to R10,000) in UCount Rewards Points.

Validity: 24th November – 27th November

In addition to the Standard Bank-specific deals, customers can take advantage of the following deals at popular retailers thanks to our partnership with Mastercard:

Luggage Warehouse:

Get over 50% discounts on various luggage sets. Look out for the Mastercard Black Friday badge to identify deals and use the voucher code MASTERCARDBF at checkout.

Validity: 24 – 30 November

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Global Eyes:

Get a free glasses cleaning kit and tote bag valued at R500 when purchasing any product online. Use the coupon code MASTERCARD at checkout.

Validity: 24 – 30 November

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Poetry, Old Khaki and Cape Union Mart:

Get up to 40% off selected merchandise, using the promo code MASTERCARD at checkout.

Validity: 27 November (Cyber Monday only)

Get the deal at Poetry, Old Khaki, and Cape Union Mart.

“From discounted products to offering more ways to earn and redeem rewards points, we find every opportunity to package solutions that respond to evolving needs and offer our clients more value for their hard-earned money.

“We know that some of our clients have experienced financial pressure and have ensured that we are offering real value to help stretch your budget.”

Some of these retailers include:

  1. Clicks;
  2. HiFi Corp;
  3. Hirsch’s;
  4. KFC;
  5. Freshstop;
  6.  Incredible Connection;
  7. Makro;
  8. Musica;
  9. The Body Shop;
  10. Tiger Wheel and Tyre;
  11. The Cross Trainer;
  12. Netflorist;
  13. Wine-of-the-month club;
  14. Samsung;
  15. Zando;
  16. Xkids;
  17. Xtrend; and
  18. the UCount Rewards Online Mall.

450 List of All stores Black Friday 2023 deals in South Africa

Standard Bank expects retailers to experience another bumper Black Friday weekend this month, despite consumers feeling the pinch from all-time-high petrol prices and a one percentage point increase in VAT.

The bank’s transaction volumes on its credit and debit cards rose more than 100% during the 2017 Black Friday period – compared to the same period in 2016.

Its data shows that while 90% of sales still take place face-to-face at merchants in South Africa, this is changing fast as consumers seek out deals at virtual stores like Takealot, Makro and Pick n Pay.

Looking at Black Friday transactions in 2023 specifically, Standard Bank said consumers are buying more online services and electronic goods than ever, with sales on Netflix, iTunes, Uber, travel tickets and online purchases at Takealot all increasing on the day.

Sales of big-ticket items like flat-screen TVs, fridges, laptops, cameras, iPhones, new Android models, smartwatches also all saw a decided increase year-on-year.

Running shoes were also one of the most sought-after items last year, the bank said.

Another noticeable trend is for more people to do their Christmas shopping in November by snapping up deals on Black Friday, rather than waiting for a mad rush ahead of Christmas when most products are likely to be sold out.