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Latest Velocity BP Fuel Offers

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I presume only people using an employer account/card use these x points per litre offers? I can’t justify filling up at BP unless it’s 350 points per visit ( eg fill up $3). Much better discounts at Woolworths (and Coles at times). Any benefits I am not aware of?
Depends on your location, the BP near me in North Rocks is always cheaper than 7/11, Caltex, Coles Express and Woolworths Petrol.
 

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I presume only people using an employer account/card use these x points per litre offers? I can’t justify filling up at BP unless it’s 350 points per visit ( eg fill up $3). Much better discounts at Woolworths (and Coles at times). Any benefits I am not aware of?
No, its all my money. I don't always use the offer if the price isn't right though. But I find that near me BP is nearly always the cheapest option.
 

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But I find that near me BP is nearly always the cheapest option.
I'm from Tassie, so we are different, eg no price cycles, and stations tend to be ~2-6c difference overall. BP is always xcents more and no discount vouchers. so woolworths is normally 16c less after discounts/egift.
 

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I'm from Tassie, so we are different, eg no price cycles, and stations tend to be ~2-6c difference overall. BP is always xcents more and no discount vouchers. so woolworths is normally 16c less after discounts/egift.
Especially if your car runs on premium unleaded (95)! We moved from WA to Tassie last year, so have certainly noticed the price difference. When I finally replace my much-loved (and now 18 years old) WRX, I'll have to look at getting a vehicle that runs on regular unleaded, it's just too expensive here to run a car on premium, especially with having a 60km round-trip to work.
 

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Might as well enjoy it while it lasts, ...
I don't drive, so only buy stuff instore, but not fuel.
Waiting for the finals, (VFF points bonus earn that is), that is not fuel related.
Lately though, its (the bonus VFF points earnings) are all fuel related.
 

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the BP near me in North Rocks is always cheaper
And yet close by, the BP at West Ryde/Ermo border and the one at Rydalmere are always more expensive then every other servo nearby. In fact regularly 30 cents more expensive then the Presto.

Can't believe these promotions are still going given the (lack of) relationship between BP & Velocity plus switch to Q. No great loss from my point of view.
 

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My offer by 3 October: "Next time you visit BP, earn 4 Points per litre 2 when you fuel up. Plus, spend $10 or more in-store and earn 150 bonus Points." Half a chance I might meet both, if I'm looking for something (chocs, milk etc)
 

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Probably its the last swig of the VFF and BP liaison before the break up.
No more bonus VFF points at BP after next year, still they will allow us to pay with VGW for 0.33 points per $1 spent at the least.
Is it Mar or Apr when they break up their relationship?
 

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Could be targeted. I can’t see it in mine.
According to the terms it’s targeted

Velocity member Terms and Conditions apply.


1 Available at participating BP service stations. Points capped at 150 litres of fuel and $100 of in-store shop, per transaction. Points will not be earned and cannot be redeemed on selected purchases, including but not limited to tobacco, fleet and gift cards. View the full list of exclusions. BP Australia Pty Ltd ABN 53 004 085 616.


2 To be eligible for the bonus Points promotion, members must do the following between 26th November and 23rd December 2019 (‘Promotion Period’): (1) successfully activate the bonus Points offer online, (2) make an eligible fuel purchase at a participating BP service station, and (3) swipe your Velocity membership card or a BP temporary card at the time of purchase. BP temporary cards must be registered within 7 days of the promotion end date, by 30 December 2019, to receive bonus Points. No minimum spend is required. During the Promotion Period, members on their first eligible transaction will earn 3 Points per litre (1 bonus Point and 2 base Points), up to 150 litres of fuel. Members on their second eligible transaction will earn 4 Points per litre (2 bonus Points and 2 base Points) , up to 150 litres of fuel. The second transaction must occur on a different day to the first transaction. Members on their third eligible transaction will earn 5 Points per litre (3 bonus Points and 2 base Points), up to 150 litres of fuel. The offer has been sent to specific members and is not transferable. The third transaction must occur on a different day to the first and second transaction. Bonus Points per transaction will be awarded within 7 days of transaction date or BP temporary card registration date. Promotion code 02BP261119.
 

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Could be targeted. I can’t see it in mine.
Def targeted. I got 4 pts/litre / 6 pts/litre / 8pts/litre on my Velocity account while my wife go the 3/4/5 offer. Won't be taking either up and frankly baffled that they're still running these this close to the end of the partnership. What's the point?
 

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Def targeted. I got 4 pts/litre / 6 pts/litre / 8pts/litre on my Velocity account while my wife go the 3/4/5 offer. Won't be taking either up and frankly baffled that they're still running these this close to the end of the partnership. What's the point?
Got the 4/6/8 offer. Probably will take advantage of it and then plan to mainly use Coles/shell from next year, unless the local metro is a lot cheaper which it usually is
 

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