Petron Value Card Rewards Customers

Petron has come up with a value-packed card that rewards its loyal customers with rewards and privileges.

To join, present P500-worth of Petron receipts at any participating Petron station. The attendant will immediately process your Petron Value Card and issue it to you on-site so you can start enjoying its perks.

First, the card can earn points that be can used to pay for products and services at participating Petron establishments. Every P250-worth of fuel spend is worth 1-point, which has a cash value of P1.

It is also a discount card, offering P10-off on every Gasul 11kg. at participating Petron establishments. It also offers a P10 discount for every liter or P40 discount for every gallon of Petron automotive lubricants at participating Petron stations and car care centers. Plus, five percent off on SMC products at San Mig Food Ave.

By accumulating a minimum of 5-points from the preceding month, a card holder is automatically covered with P10,000 personal accident insurance and P1,000 medical reimbursement from MAPFRE Insular. You are also eligible for free 24-hour towing and roadside assistance nationside from Ibero Asistencia. Certain restrictions apply for both privileges.

The Value Card is also honored at selected business establishments, offering freebies, discounts and special offers on dining, personal care, and travel and leisure products and services.

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