Aside from giving cash discounts, Caltex continues its commitment to help public utility jeeps/buses (PUJ/PUB) by preparing select gas stations in key areas in Metro Manila to accept the government’s “Pantawid Pasada Program” (PPP) cards.
The PPP cash card is the government’s program to cushion the effects of fuel excise tax for PUJ/PUB drivers/owners. Each card will come with P5,000 worth of credits handed out by Landbank, instead of the initial plan of loading P833 monthly for a six-month period.
Public transport workers just need to bring their PPP cash cards to Caltex customer service representatives for validation before filling their vehicle’s fuel tanks. Do note that the vehicle plate number should match the one printed on the card. Moreover, other loyalty cards such as the HappyPlus, Robinsons Rewards, and other discount or rebate cards can still be used with the PPP cash card.
In addition to our continuing programs such as fuel discounts, loyalty rewards and social investment drives that help cushion our customers from fluctuating world oil prices, we and all our Caltex retailers are committed to support all government mandated programs to help achieve the same goal.
Meanwhile, CPI is gearing to cater customers with PPP cards in the provinces as the Department of Energy (DOE) and Department of Transportation (DOTr) are set to launch the program nationwide.
See the full list of Caltex gas stations that already accept PPP cash cards below.
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