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AA Smartfuel 10 Cents Per Litre Discount at Bp – Today Only!

AA Smartfuel 10 Cents Per Litre Discount at Bp – Today Only!

BP announced a one-day deal across its national network today, offering 10 cents per litre off the pump price for AA and AA Smartfuel cardholders when they swipe their registered card.

Registered cardholders can either redeem the discount instantly or save the discount for later.

BP Communications Manager Shelley Brady says the company is very conscious of the impact that petrol prices have on Kiwi drivers.

“We know that any relief we can provide at the pump is appreciated and that’s why we’re committed to our AA Smartfuel programme.

“While we’re constantly looking at new ways to improve and evolve our quality offer for our customers, we’re really pleased to be able to deliver great discounts too – just like the one we’re offering today,” she says.

You can pick up your AA Smartfuel card for free at BP, just be sure to register it online before you refuel to earn your discount.

The deal is available on 18 August 2016, for up to 50 litres when a customer spends $40 or more on fuel.

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