VARSITY VIBE STUDENT MEMBERSHIPS

Date Published: 10 Sep 2018 Categories: News
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We are excited to inform you about our new partnership with Varsity Vibe, South Africa’s 1st student discount app. All students who are members of Varsity Vibe will receive a 30% saving on a full gym membership at SSISA.

All our current students members wishing to receive a discount upon renewal of their gym membership, will need to register as a Varsity Vibe member by going to www.varsityvibe.com. Varsity Vibe membership is priced at R200 for 12 months. Other discounts include deals from Kauai, Puma, Sorbet, Hudsons, Typo, WeFix, Cotton On and many more. Students who hold a Standard Bank Student Achievers account will receive Varsity Vibe membership at no cost.

 

Please contact your sales consultant if you have any questions or fill in your details below and we will contact you!

 

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