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    get 15% off adidas gear

    Pay with your Capitec card and get 15% off adidas merchandise. Better yet, you could win a trip for 2 to the home country of the 2018 soccer champions!

    get 15% off adidas gear

    To celebrate soccer season, we’ve partnered with adidas to offer our Capitec clients 15% discount on all adidas clothing, shoes and other merchandise when you pay with your Capitec card. Share a picture of your purchased item(s) with us on social media and stand to win an overseas trip for you and a friend. 

    How to qualify 

    Pay with your Capitec card at any adidas concept store or adidas online store and automatically receive 15% discount on your purchases from 4 June – 31 July 2018. Sale items excluded. 

    Win big 

    Share a picture of your purchases with us on social media by tagging @AdidasZA and either @capitecbanksa on Twitter or @CapitecBank on Instagram, along with the hashtag #BankBetterLiveBetter. We’ll randomly choose one lucky entry to win a trip for 2 to the home country of the 2018 soccer champions! 

    Read our competition rules here.

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