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Victorian Seniors Card Holders can Get Latest Updates Electronically

SENIORSLOGO (1)Thousands of senior Victorians will today start receiving a new electronic newsletter that will regularly update them on the latest savings available on their Victorian Seniors Card.

Minister for Ageing David Davis today launched the first Victorian Seniors Card e-newsletter and encouraged seniors with an email address to subscribe so they can receive details about the latest discounts.

“The e-newsletter is a new way that seniors with access to the Internet can learn about new offers and discounts available through the Victorian Seniors Card,” Mr Davis said. “You can also look out for the ‘Seniors Card Welcome Here’ sign at participating businesses around Victoria or call the Seniors Card program on 1300 797 210.”

“With a Seniors Card you are entitled to a range of discounts from more than 4,000 businesses right around the state,” Mr Davis said. “Each month new and exciting discounts are added, so it’s important to keep up-to-date and make the most of the savings on offer with your Seniors Card.”

Mr Davis said the e-newsletter also features the latest news and information of interest to seniors in Victoria.

“The first edition offers safety tips for the summer season including a quiz on fire-readiness and ways to stay healthy in the heat,” Mr Davis said. “It also gives you access to the massive Senior Online Discount Directory where you can search the wide range of discounted goods and services from participating businesses including travel, accommodation, hospitality, entertainment and leisure.”

“I urge seniors who are online to subscribe using a current e-mail address to receive the seasonal Victorian Seniors Card e-newsletter,” Mr Davis said. For more information or to subscribe to the e-newsletter visit ww.seniorsonline.vic.gov.au and fill out the subscribe form.

Applications for a Seniors Card are available at Australia Post shops or download and print the application form from www.seniorsonline.vic.gov.au. Seniors can also call 1300 797 210 or email seniorscard@health.vic.gov.au.

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