Put the credit card down, and step away from your wallet – with the added bonus of standing a chance to win prizes from some of South Africa’s favourite brands.
The ‘buy now, pay later’ payment option is proving popular around the world. It’s touched down in South Africa, and is snapping up big-name retailers.
Debt is an ugly four-letter word, and something that many South Africans are familiar with according to our credit card stats
Shopping on lay-by has long been a popular payment method in South Africa, but a new system aims to disrupt the status quo.
Every day, one lucky shopper using PayJustNow will receive the full value of their purchase back in cash, and the odds are in your favour.
Avoid the malls, put away the credit card, and get your prezzies sorted without all the hassle and stress that usually comes with this time of the year.
We have some excellent news for the outdoor enthusiast who wants the right gear to pair with the perfect adventure.
In just 10 seconds, your creditworthiness can be assessed, which has opened up a new payment system to connect retailers with consumers.
Vendange, one of South Africa’s premier homeware, gifting and décor stores, is giving all 2oceansvibe readers 15% off their online purchases.
In the UK, more and more people are ditching credit and lay-by in favour of increasingly popular ‘buy now, pay later’ services.
More than ever before, South Africans are choosing e-commerce over instore purchases, and it doesn’t look like that’s set to change anytime soon.
It’s been a tough month or so, and the temptation is always there to take the credit card for a spin. There’s also another option worth considering.
Small local businesses are likely to bear the brunt of the economic strain that a lockdown places on the economy. Here are some ways you can help.
Last year was a rough one for South African women, so we could all use a little self-care and a few success stories to get the good vibes going.
A watch is both a practical and beautiful gift to give, but choosing the right one can be tough. Here are a few tips to help you along the way.
We all need a little retail therapy every now and again, so here’s how you can indulge at some popular retailers without breaking the bank.
#Januworry and #JanuworrySurvivalKit have been trending on Twitter, with some pretty funny memes about surviving what can be the most difficult month of the year.
December is always one of those months that does damage to the bank account. For those looking to emerge unscathed, here are a few words of advice.
Black Friday looms large on the horizon, and the temptation to break out the credit card can prove hard to resist. So, about that.
Takealot is so confident that it’s expecting sales on the day to rise by as much as 80% from last year’s figures.
Any woman with style will tell you that the perfect bag or beautifully designed piece of jewellery is all you need to take your outfit from everyday-drab to runway-ready.
Simmer down. I know Black Friday is exciting, but you’ve got to know what you’re up against if you don’t want to get taken for a ride.