If you regularly gas up at Petron, then you've probably heard of their 'Value Card' that lets you earn points for every fill up. Well, starting this month, the country's leading oil company is offering Bonus Points for some very loyal card holders.
On a normal day, every P250 worth of Petron Blaze Euro 4, Petron XCS, Petron Xtra Advance, Petron Super Xtra Gasoline, Petron Turbo Diesel, or Petron Diesel Max will earn you one (1) value point on your Petron Value Card. But now, they're giving Frequent Visit Bonus Points on your 5th consecutive day visit. This is applicable for fuel purchases worth P500 and above with corresponding bonus points as follows:
P500 to P900: 3 points
P1,000 to P1,999: 5 points
P2,000 to P2,999: 10 points
P3,000 to P3,999: 15 points
P4,000 to P4,999: 20 points
P5,000 and above: 25 points
Aside from becoming a frequent visitor, you can also earn extra points on your birthday. The special Birthday Treat from Petron is valid within 5 days of your cake day. But be sure to register your Petron Value Card first to earn the bonus points as listed below:
P100 to P499: 5 points
P500 to P900: 15 points
P1,000 and above: 30 points
To get your own Petron Value Card, it's available for only P100 at any participating Petron station nationwide and comes pre-loaded with 100 value points. So essentially, you're getting the card for free. You can then use the accumulated points to pay for future fuel purchases, convert to PAL Mabuhay Miles, or load your prepaid mobile phones.
Aside from rewards, it also acts as a privilege card with access to exclusive promos to card holders. It can also get you discounts on Petron Gasul, lubricants, San Miguel Corporation products at their San Mig Food Ave. convenience store, and up to 50% off from partner establishments.
Best of all, each Petron Value Card comes with FREE personal accident insurance coverage as well as 24-hour towing and roadside assistance.
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