Pick n Pay Smart Shoppers can now use their points for petrol at some BP garages
- Cash-strapped South Africans looking to get some more mileage out of their Pick n Pay Smart Shopper loyalty points can now spend them on petrol.
- If you have R75 or more in Smart Shopper points, you can now use these points to pay, or partly pay, for your fuel at select BP stations.
- You can also earn loyalty points when buying petrol.
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Cash-strapped South Africans looking to get more mileage out their Pick n Pay Smart Shopper loyalty points can now spend them on petrol at select BP stations.
Customers who have R75 or more in Smart Shopper points can use these points to pay, or partly pay, for their fuel at BP.
Similar to shopping at any Pick n Pay store, customers can simply swipe their Smart Shopper card and spend their points. You can also earn points by buying petrol.
“Increasingly customers are looking for relief for their everyday expenses and now they can conveniently spend their points on their fuel purchases at BP,” said John Bradshaw, marketing retail executive at Pick n Pay.
Smart Shoppers earn 10 points for every litre of fuel purchased at over 500 BP service stations across South Africa.
Customers are also rewarded with great specials for their loyalty – like bonus points – meaning they can boost their points throughout the year.
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