Funeral benefit

If you have lost a loved one, you’ll know that it’s hard to focus on what needs to be done in your time of grief.

You might also not be able to cover the unexpected cost, an added worry while you are in distress. Jet Club is here to help ease the financial burden.

Jet Club includes a funeral benefit which pays a set amount if you die, or if your partner dies, subject to the Jet Club funeral benefit terms and conditions. Your partner is the person nominated by you when you sign up for a Jet Club membership, and who is your legal husband/wife or a person who lives with you as if you are married, who you intend to stay with and have lived with for at least 12 (twelve) months in a row.

If you die, we make a cash payout of R3 500.00. If your partner dies, we make a cash payout of R1 500.00.

To be eligible for the funeral benefit:
  1. You need to have been a Jet Club subscriber for 3 (three) consecutive months, unless the death was due to an accident. Accidental death is covered immediately, but natural death is only covered after 3 (three) months from the date you subscribed to Jet Club; and
  2. You must be up to date with your Jet Club subscription amounts at the time of your death or your partner’s death, as the case may be.
These conditions will also apply if you cancel and reinstate Jet Club. A claim must be submitted at any Jet Store.

You must claim the funeral benefit if your partner dies. Your partner must claim the funeral benefit if you die. If you don’t have a partner, your next of kin such as a parent, adult child, brother or sister must claim the funeral benefit if you die, otherwise the benefit will be paid to your deceased estate. The person who claims the funeral benefit will be paid the funeral benefit. The funeral benefit will be paid in South African Rands. Funeral benefit claims will be paid out in the Jet store where the claim was submitted.

All required documents must be submitted with the claim at a Jet store. The required documents are:
3.1 Death certificate
3.2 Identity document of the deceased
3.3 Identity document of the claimant
3.4 Certified copy of marriage certificate (if your partner is claiming on your death and if your partner is your legal husband/wife)
3.5 A relationship status affidavit for a claim on your death which is not made by your partner
3.6 Letter of authority from the court (if applicable)
3.7 Police report if death is due to unnatural causes
3.8 Notification of death BI 1663 (South Africa only)

Customers who has joined Jet Club before 1st of February 2023 falls under the Hollard policy.

Customers based in South Africa, click here 
Customers based in Namibia, click here

Customers who joined Jet Club on or after the 1st of February 2023 fall under the Guardrisk policy. For terms and conditions, click here

  • For more about the funeral benefit, contact customer services on 0860 834 834 and select option 4.
  • For existing claim queries, email
  • For full details on the funeral benefit, see the Jet Club terms and conditions.

The funeral benefit is underwritten by Hollard Life Assurance Company Limited, a licensed life insurer in terms of the Insurance Act 18 of 2017.

Terms and conditions apply to all Jet Club benefits, visit for more

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