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New Zealanders set to save even more on fuel at Caltex

New Zealanders set to save even more on fuel at Caltex

· Caltex welcomes Countdown to the AA Smartfuel programme and help more Kiwis save even more on fuel

· Kiwis now have multiple ways to save with Caltex

On October 10, 2016, a new AA Smartfuel / OneCard co-branded rewards card will be available to customers, as Countdown joins the AA Smartfuel programme.

With the new co-branded card, Caltex customers can now shop and earn AA Smartfuel discounts at Countdown, adding to the AA Smartfuel discounts they already enjoy when refuelling at Caltex.

“For Caltex, it’s all about increasing the ways our customers can save on their fuel expenses,” says Jane Anthony, GM of Marketing.

“We know more brands are tuning into their customers to understand what they want and how they want to be rewarded, and that’s why we’ve seen a number of changes in Kiwi loyalty programmes over the past few months. We’ve been listening too, and we’re really pleased to be part of this change which will make saving on fuel even easier,” says Anthony.

The new look cards will be available through all participating Caltex outlets from 10 October. “We encourage motorists to come in, fuel up and pick up one of the new cards.

“We’re delighted this new partnership offers even more ways for Kiwis to save, and one less card to carry in their wallet!”

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