12 USING YOUR SENIORS CARD CONT • It is also worthwhile taking your card with you when travelling to other overseas destinations. Seniors Cards are often accepted by businesses in other countries as a matter of good will; all you need to do is ask, particularly in the USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada and the UK. • Keep this directory handy and be aware of any special conditions. • If you access this directory online, you can add the URL to your favourites (PC) or home screen (tablet/ smartphone). • Subscribe to WeekendPlus or visit www.sa.gov.au/seniorscard regularly for new business partners, news, special offers and competitions. • Use your Seniors Card at every opportunity, regardless of how small your purchase may be. • Always present your card prior to payment or at the time of obtaining a written quote; businesses are not obliged to honour discounts after the transaction has occurred. • When making a booking over the phone, have your Seniors Card handy to quote the number. • Look for the ‘Seniors Card welcome here’ logo displayed in shop windows, or near a cash register. • Please advise the Seniors Card Unit if a Seniors Card business partner isn’t displaying their sign. • Even if a business is not advertised in the directory, we suggest you ask if a discount is available for Seniors Card members – you might be pleasantly surprised. If you discover a business offering discounts to seniors that isn’t listed in the directory, please advise the Seniors Card Unit. Businesses can then be contacted and encouraged to promote their offer in future directories. • Shop around and compare prices before making a purchase. Your Seniors Card does not guarantee you the best price. • The Seniors Card is for personal use and is not transferrable to other people including family, friends and colleagues.