Nakumatt Global Card

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Nakumatt Global Card allows you to pay for goods at Nakumatt stores and earn loyalty points. The card was launched  on October 23, 2013 by Nakumatt Supermarket in collaboration with Kenya Commercial Bank and Diamond Trust Bank.

The card makes it possible to buy products and earn loyalty points, which you can use later to buy goods from the stores.

The Nakumatt Global MasterCard Prepaid will be available to over one million of its loyalty program members signaling the largest prepaid merchant agreement for MasterCard in the Middle East and Africa region, to date.

The existing Nakumatt Cybercash loyalty card was replaced with the Nakumatt Global MasterCard Prepaid, allowing customers to load money onto the card for purchases at POS terminals, cash withdrawals and online purchases at Nakumatt stores across East Africa, and at any retailer that accepts MasterCard payment cards worldwide.

The card holders  earn Nakumatt loyalty points on purchases they make at any purchase points where MasterCard is accepted, and the points earned will only be redeemable at Nakumatt stores.

The Nakumatt Global MasterCard Prepaid card features PayPass technology, which is ideal for quick payment environments where speed and convenience matter most.  PayPass is supported by multi-level security protections, including the advanced encryption of PayPass radio frequency transaction transmissions, and the state-of-the art security protections of the MasterCard payment system.

The Nakumatt Global MasterCard Prepaid card was launched to customers in Kenya, and is offering benefits of cashless transactions to customers in Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan.

To get the Nakumatt Global Card, visit any Nakumatt Store countrywide and enjoy a great world of shopping.

How to top up on Nakumatt Global Card

  1. You can top up at Nakumatt Supermarket, KCB or DTB branches. It is free.
  2. You can top up via MPESA Paybill Number 516606 (The account number is your mobile number). MPESA charges apply.

Cost Implications

  1. To get the card you pay:
  2. Kshs. 100 at Nakumatt
  3. Ksh. 500 at KCB and DTB
  4. It is free to use and top up via Nakumatt Supermarket, KCB or DTB. However, when topping up via MPESA. MPESA charges will apply
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