Atlanta-based convenience-store chain RaceTrac is offering incentives for drivers to fuel up this summer, with extra savings for those signing up for its subscription program.
RaceTrac rewards members can get 3 cents off per gallon through July 4 when using their RaceTrac rewards app. Customers must enter the code 3FORALL in the app before paying for fuel to get the deal but the code only needs to be entered once for savings. The offer can be redeemed once per day during the promotion.
“At RaceTrac, we are committed to keeping our word of Whatever Gets You Going, and that includes offering rewards programs to thank our guests for their loyalty,” said Melanie Isbill, chief marketing officer of RaceTrac. “Our new 3 For All fuel offer makes it easy for guests to save at the pump, no strings attached.”
- RaceTrac is No. 15 on CSP’s 2023 Top 40 update to the 2022 Top 202 ranking of convenience store chains by store count. Watch for the full 2023 Top 202 in June.
To save more, customers can upgrade to a VIP rewards membership or get a RaceTrac Rewards + Debit card.
RaceTrac launched its premium loyalty program, RaceTrac Rewards VIP, in June 2020. The add-on to the chain’s loyalty program is a monthly fuel subscription program though which members can save 10 cents per gallon on the first 40 gallons and 3 cents per gallon thereafter each month with each fuel purchase. The subscription fee is $2.49 per month.
The Rewards + Debit program can be picked up in store and used as a loyalty card to earn rewards on every purchase with RaceTrac’s free Fuel Rewards enrollment or it can be activated with a debit account to save an additional 7 cents per gallon at the pump.
Customers can sign up for RaceTrac Rewards and RaceTrac Rewards VIP on the company’s website or app.
RaceTrac has more than 570 locations in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas and Tennessee. Natalie Morhous, president of RaceTrac, is CSP’s 2023 Retail Leader of the Year.
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