Tuesday, April 22, 2014

FUELING UP HAS NEVER BEEN THIS FILLING

This summer, fueling up has become more filling for over 1 million happyplus card members who will earn happypoints on their fuel purchases from over 500 Caltex stations nationwide.

Using the happyplus card, every Php100 fuel up at Caltex will get 1 happypoint which is equal to Php1. The easy to accumulate happypoints can be redeemed for food products in any participating Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich and Red Ribbon outlets nationwide. For example, a single or cumulative fuel purchase of Php1,000 earns 10 happypoints which a motorist can already redeem for a free Vanilla Cone Twirl from a Jollibee store. Motorcycle riders cab also join as even fuel purchases below Php100 earn a fraction of a happypoint. This means an Php80 gas up earns 0.80 happypoints -- no minimum purchase amount required. Gasoline and diesel purchases made via cash, credit, debit, StarCard or StarCash are qualified to earn happypoints. The more you gas up at Caltex, the more free food products.

happyplus cardholders can avail of this benefit up to Php20,000 per month of fuel purchases.

To become a happyplus member, membership kits are available for only Php100 in Caltex stations, Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon stores nationwide. A happypoint can also be acquired for every Php50 food purchase in Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich and Red Ribbon. For more details you may click HERE or HERE.
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This happyplus rewards promo is a partnership of industry giants Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), marketer of Caltex fuel and lubricants, and Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), owner of Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich and Red Ribbon brands, to provide customers with the most enticing fuel and food rewards.

CPIU already partnered with JFC in a free Jollibee treats promo in October and November 2013 that was a huge success among motorists. Before that, CPI signed a MOA with JFC to build Jollibee stores in Caltex stations.

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