The Seniors Discount Club is a community of Australians over 60 looking to save money, connect with others and have a laugh. Does that sound like you? We’d love to have you onboard.
We believe that retirement should be a time to relax and enjoy life, not worry about money. That's why we're here to help our members make the most of their retirement years. We have savvy DIY projects, nutritious budget recipes and deals that are available to all of our members. Plus, when there’s a sale worth knowing about, you’ll be the first to hear.
We’re all about saving you money, not taking it! A membership to the Seniors Discount Club is totally free! That’s right, you can enjoy up to 12 carefully curated newsletters straight to your inbox each week AND access to a community of 270,000+ peers at no cost.
Whether you enjoy keeping your mind active with brainteasers and daily games, building friendships with people all around Australia or simply keeping up with the latest news and deals, we have a little something for everyone!
Jon is a Founder and Former Chief Marketing Officer of Compare Club. He has an incredible knack for starting and growing businesses. In fact, he accidentally started Compare Club and then (slightly less accidentally) started the Seniors Discount Club (I guess you could say he has a knack for ‘clubs’?).
Jon’s strengths range from big-picture ideas to nitty-gritty performance marketing. Jon loves the investigative side of journalism and bringing you the latest news directly from the source. His favourite part of the Seniors Discount Club is receiving emails that compliment him by name or anyone willing to talk nerdy with him.
Maddie and Jon worked together for 2 years at Compare Club. When Maddie left, it only took Jon a few short months to snatch Maddie up again with a vision for a new business. They’ve worked on building the Seniors Discount Club, full-time, together since December 2020.
While Maddie has a strong marketing background, she has a soft spot for interacting with members and building relationships. You can often find Maddie digging up the best news stories with a green tea in hand (and if it mentions Princess Diana, you can bet Maddie already knows about it).
April is the first official Editor that the Seniors Discount Club (SDC) brought on board. She joined the team in June 2022 and brings with her a degree in Writing, Editing and History, two years of in-house book editing experience, four years of technical editing experience and a passion for publishing. She’s a fan of book recommendations and wins every pop-culture trivia round.
Vella was one of the first-ever SDC employees, starting in August 2021 (only four months into SDC’s creation). It’s common knowledge within the team that without Vella, the SDC may never have reached where it is today. She puts her Communication degree to good use and has cemented her spot as our lifestyle guru and morning newsletter writer.
Sethia joined the SDC team in February 2022 and quickly became one of our most well-known writers. You may recognise her name from the forum where she loves to chat with and welcome new members. In her writing days, Sethia loved to try out new products and cleaning hacks. She has since received a promotion and now writes our five-day-a-week afternoon newsletter. Sethia lives and breathes the Seniors Discount Club and puts her whole heart into the community.
James has been a valued member of the SDC team since October 2021. What you may not know is that he is well and truly a cinephile – he even has a degree majoring in it (AND experience working in a production crew)! In an ideal world, James would be writing about TV and movies 24/7! He does enjoy a good piece of breaking news and general pop culture too.
Ally joined the SDC team at the end of October 2022. She quickly became a fast-favourite among members for her witty entertainment articles. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and has extensive experience in legal writing and the international humanitarian sphere. Her favourite topics to write about are reviewing movies/books/TV shows, and international political issues.
Jarred joined the team two weeks before Ally, in October 2022, and jumped right into the fun! Before joining the SDC, he worked for a couple of years as a news producer and then a few months as an all-around freelancer. He has a degree in Development Communication.
Zuhri has been with us from the start, working hard in the background to make the website the best it can be. He’s our all-around tech whizz, from keeping the website up and running to helping the team with any and all technical issues.
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The Seniors Discount Club does have a commercial relationship with Health Insurance Comparison, this means we may be compensated if you compare your health insurance with them.