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Pay for Showmax with your Mastercard and get 10% off

STANDARD ENTERTAINMENT
By Showmax - Sponsored Content | Sep 23rd 2021 | 1 min read
By Showmax - Sponsored Content | September 23rd 2021
STANDARD ENTERTAINMENT

If you use your Mastercard when you sign up to Showmax, you’ll score a 10% discount. Every month!

Good news for Mastercard-holders in Kenya. If you use your Mastercard when you pay for Showmax, you’ll get 10% off your monthly subscription. That’s a whole world of entertainment to explore for only Sh684 per month (or Sh270 per month for mobile subscribers)! 

Simply sign up with your Mastercard, or change your payment method to Mastercard to get the discount. Get the deal.

Master the art of staying entertained.

Here’s what’s good on Showmax this month

Settle in for some seriously good series and movies this month, from Temptation Island South Africa to White Lotus, “2021’s best, most uncomfortable show”, ready to stream on Showmax

How to get your deal

Sign up at www.showmax.com with your Mastercard, or go into your Showmax account and change your payment method to Mastercard. Your discount will be automatically applied when your subscription is processed every month. 

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