Introduction

Like Shoprite, the SRD R350 grant applicants can collect their SRD grant from Pick n Pay stores across South Africa. You do not need to wait in long queues to collect payment from Pick n Pay. SASSA is partnered with Pick n Pay to make it easier for its beneficiaries to receive grants via  Pick n Pay.

To collect an SRD R350 grant at Pick n Pay, you just need to change your gran payment method to Pick n Pay and then visit your nearest Pick n Pay store to collect your grant. In this article, we will discuss the process of changing your R350 grant payment method to Pick n Pay and how to collect your SRD grant at the Pick n Pay store.

Different Ways to Collect SASSA Grants

SASSA offers different ways to collect grant payments. The most common way to collect the grant payment is the Post office but you may expect long queues in the post offices. However, SASSA also partnered with different retail stores like Shoprite, Checkers, Usave Boxer, and Pick n Pay to give facilities to beneficiaries to collect their grant payment easily. SASSA also sends the grant payment directly to your bank account if you select “Bank account” as your SRD payment method.

How to Change SRD Grant Payment Method to Pick n Pay

Before collecting your SRD R350 grant payment at Pick n Pay, you must change your payment method to Pick n Pay. Different methods exist to change banking details for South African ID Card Holders and Asylum seekers. Follow the steps below to change your payment method to Pick n Pay:

How to change srd payment method to pick n pay

For South African Citizens:

  • Visit the SASSA South African ID Holders page.
  • Scroll down to the “How do I change my banking details” section and enter your 13-digit South African ID card number.
  • Click on the “Submit” button.
  • You will receive an OTP on your SASSA-registered mobile number. Verify the OTP on the screen.
  • A secure link will be received on your phone number via SMS. Click on the link to update your payment method.
  • A form will open. Select the “Pick n Pay” as your SRD R350 grant payment method.
  • Read and Agree with the terms and conditions of the SASSA.
  • Submit the form. SASSA will verify and update your payment method in 14 business days.

For Asylum Seekers:

  • Visit the SRD Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders page.
  • Enter your File number, Passport number, and Phone number in the respective columns.
  • Click on the “Submit” button and you will receive an OTP on your registered mobile number.
  • Verify the OTP on the screen and you will receive a secured link via SMS on your number.
  • Click on the link and a form will open to change your SASSA payment method.
  • Select “Pick n Pay” as your R350 grant payment method.
  • Read and agree with the terms and conditions of the SASSA and submit the form.

Once submit your form SASSA will review your payment method details and approve it in 14 business days. You will receive a notification from SASSA on your mobile number once your payment method details are approved. After that, you can pick up your SRD R350 grant from any Pick n Pay store across South Africa.

How do I Collect My SRD Grant at Pick n Pay?

Once you update your payment method to Pick n Pay, you are ready to collect your grant payments from the Pick n Pay stores. The grant payment collection process is the same for both South African citizens and Asylum seekers. Follow the steps below to collect your grant payment from Pick n Pay:

how to collect srd grant at pick n pay
  • Visit your nearest Pick n Pay store with your ID card, phone number, and message you received from SASSA saying that your SRD grant is approved.
  • Go to the till point and ask the representative for your SRD R350 grant payment.
  • The representative will ask for your ID card and a message from SASSA to verify your identity.
  • After verifying your identity, you receive an OTP on your mobile number. Provide the OTP to the Pick n Pay representative.
  • After verifying the OTP, the representative will give your grant payment.

You can collect your SRD R350 grant payments from all Pick n Pay collection points excluding BP Pick n Pay Express, Pick n Pay Clothing, and Pick n Pay Liquor stores.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

There are 2000+ Pick n Pay stores across South Africa. Most of the stores are owned by Pick n Pay and other stores are operating as franchises.

You need your ID card and mobile number which are associated with SASSA and a message from SASSA confirming your grant approval for the current month. These are the required documents to collect your SRD grant payment from Pick n Pay.

No, you can’t collect your SRD R350 grant from Pick n Pay without a confirmation message from SASSA. You must need a confirmation message from SASSA to collect your R350 grant.

Yes, you can receive SRD R350 grant payment from any Pick n Pay store except BP Pick n Pay Express, Pick n Pay Clothing, and Pick n Pay Liquor stores.

You can collect your SRD grant at Pick n Pay by simply showing your ID and SASSA message to the Pick n Pay representative. After verifying your identity, they will give you an SRD R350 grant.

Conclusion

SASSA beneficiaries can collect SRD grants at Pick n Pay to avoid the long queues in the post offices. By following the simple steps, you can change your SRD grant payment method to Pick n Pay and easily collect your grant from the 2000+ Pick n Pay stores across South Africa. You just need your ID card, mobile number, and a grant confirmation message from SASSA to collect your SRD R350 grant from any Pick n Pay store except BP Pick n Pay Express, Pick n Pay Clothing, and Pick n Pay Liquor stores.

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