Seniors Card

In most circumstances, a Seniors Card is available to Australians aged 60 and over who are not working full-time. The cards are issued free by the relevant state and territory government and enable holders to receive a wide range of discounts on public and commercial activities. This can be especially useful for those who have retired, or those who are working fewer hours but do not yet qualify for the Age Pension.

Eligibility criteria and concessions available vary so contact your State/Territory Seniors Card office for details.

So, are you eligible for big savings with a Seniors Card?

Services and rebates that can save you hundreds

The services, rebates and programs established to assist retirees.

What counts as income?

Vicki and Mark want to know if they are eligible for the CSHC.

Which card do you qualify for?

Bernadette is over pension age but still working. Does she qualify for concessions?

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Seniors Card explained

Are you eligible for big savings with a Seniors Card?

Entitlements you must know about

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Know your concession entitlements

Jacqueline has received her concession card with her husband's name on it and wants to know his

PCC rules and eligibility

Your partner may be eligible for concessions, even if they're not on the pension.

Your allowances and discounts

How can age pensioners ensure they are making every dollar count?

What concessions do I get with a CSHC?

What concessions do you get if you have a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card?

Is your concession card in the mail?

More than 90,000 concession cards will be reinstated to former part-pensioners this week.

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Will your state government pay for your free glasses?

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