NSW Seniors Card 2023 Directory has Arrived

Seniors across the electorate can take advantage of thousands of discounts with the release of the 2023 NSW Seniors Card Directory.

Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said seniors can unlock more than 6,000 discounts across the state.

“The Seniors Card program was developed to encourage older people to enjoy a more active and healthy retirement and feel valued as a senior member of the community,” Ms Cooke said.

“With the release of the 2023 Seniors Card Directory, seniors will nab significant savings on an array of items, activities and services to help them do just that.”

The 2023 Seniors Card Directory is available in five regions, including Sydney and Surrounds, Central Coast and Hunter, Northern NSW, Southern NSW and Western NSW.

Free copies are available in print and online.

Minister for Seniors Mark Coure encouraged more businesses to sign up to the NSW Seniors Program and open their door to more than 1.9 million seniors across the state.

“The more businesses that sign up can potentially get more people through their door and seniors have more choice to shop and use services, so it is a win-win,” Mr Coure said.

Seniors Cards are available for permanent NSW residents who are 60 years of age or over and are working no more than 20 hours per week in paid employment.

“Businesses are encouraged to sign up to the free service and access the more than 1.9 million seniors in NSW,” Mr Coure added. For more information on the 2023 Seniors Card Directory or to apply for a NSW Seniors Card visit www.seniorscard.nsw.gov.au

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