ExxonMobil Launches Frequent Filler Perks

New program gives bonuses to delivery and ride-share drivers
Exxon Station
Photograph courtesy of ExxonMobil

IRVING, Texas ExxonMobil is offering extra rewards to drivers who fill up with 100 gallons or more per calendar month.

The program is designed for delivery drivers, ride-share drivers and others making deliveries during the coronavirus pandemic. These drivers can earn Frequent Filler bonus points at ExxonMobil stations if they are a member of the ExxonMobil Rewards+ loyalty program and they surpass 100 gallons per calendar month.

Frequent Filler members receive an extra point per gallon at the pump and two extra points per dollar spent in the c-store. The Frequent Filler bonus is also stackable with Premium Status for a total of 7 cents per gallon on Synergy Supreme+ premium gasoline and rewards offers from both tiers. 

Rewards+ members with the Frequent Filler bonus can earn 4 cents per gallon in points at the pump and 4 cents in points for every dollar spent in the c-store. 100 points equals $1 in savings. The loyalty offering is available at more than 11,500 Exxon and Mobil locations nationwide.

Also, with reduced contact with surfaces becoming increasingly important due to COVID-19, the Exxon Mobil Rewards+ app offers contactless payment at the pump. Once the app is opened, drivers can select their pump number from inside their car or aim their smartphone at the provided pump’s QR code, and the app coordinates the transaction.

Irving, Texas-based ExxonMobil has approximately 11,500 Exxon- and Mobil-branded gas stations and convenience stores in the United States.

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