GetGo Café + Market, grocery chain Giant Eagle’s convenience-store brand, is launching fuel and other deals for Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
On Nov. 24, or Black Friday, all grades of fuel, including diesel, will be $1 off the posted per-gallon price when customers pay with myPerks Pay Direct, AdvantagePay or the new myPerks Pay Rewards Visa Credit Card at every GetGo location, while supplies last. Consumers can sign up for myPerks at www.gianteagle.com/pay.
“We’re excited to offer this discount on top of all the other deals we’re offering on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year,” said Joel Hirschboeck, senior vice president of fuel. “AdvantagePay and myPerks Pay members get up to 30 cents off every single day, and seasonal discounts like these are yet another way we’re focused on providing value to our guests.”
- Giant Eagle’s GetGo Café + Market is No. 31 onCSP’s 2023 Top 202 ranking of convenience-store chains by store count.
Other Thanksgiving deals for myPerks members include:
- Up to five-times the perks points on every $50 spent on retailer gift cards through Nov. 27.
- A 10-cent per-gallon fuel discount with the purchase of GetGo’s The Pilgrim sub sandwich through Thanksgiving.
- Free doughnuts at Giant Eagle/Market District until 10 a.m. on Black Friday and one free self-serve coffee at GetGo, any size, on Black Friday.
- $5 for any level of WetGo car washes on Nov. 24 and Nov. 27.
GetGo, Pittsburgh, has more than 260 locations throughout western Pennsylvania, Ohio, northern West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana. It offers food and fuel in a variety of models from open-concept stores to standalone kiosks. Getgo Café + Market locations feature an extensive menu of made-to-order foods and a market stocked with ready-to-eat meals, packaged goods and other convenience items. Many sites offer WetGo car washes.
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