BP introduces rewards program with gas discounts
Energy company BP Products North America Inc. said it has introduced BP Driver Rewards, a fuel loyalty program that gives users discounts on gasoline purchases.
BP's program allows customers to earn 5 cents off per gallon for every 20 gallons purchased over at least two fill-ups, the company said.
New program registrants will receive 10 cents off per gallon immediately that can be used toward a future fill-up, up to 20 gallons.
For more information, go to www.bpdriverrewards.com.
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