Drivers hitting the road this summer and fall can find some lucrative savings at the pump thanks to Shell
Shell “Drive For Five®” Card Helps Lower Fuel Cost
Beginning today, drivers who apply by October 31 and are approved for the Shell Drive for Five Card can enjoy savings of 25 cents per gallon (up to 100 gallons). Customers enjoy the savings when they buy at least 45 gallons of Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines or Shell Diesel each month. This can add up to savings of up to $25 each qualifying month and is good for the first two months after the account open date.
“From a group of friends hitting the road for a Labor Day excursion to a family of four enjoying a fall break getaway, the Shell Drive for Five Card offers a way to save while on the road,” said Ebbie Normyle, Shell U.S. Consumer Payment Manager. “With more than 14,000 Shell locations across America, this is just one of the many ways we can offer our loyal customers lower fuel costs without sacrificing the quality of fuel.”
After the limited time offer ends, cardmembers will continue to save with an ongoing 5 cents per gallon discount when they purchase a minimum of 45 gallons of Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines or Shell Diesel during each monthly billing cycle. The ongoing savings apply from the first gallon up to 100 gallons each qualifying month.
To learn more about how to enjoy these savings and apply today for the Shell Drive for Five Card, visit www.shell.us/driveforfive. Interested consumers can also pick up an application at any Shell-branded site or can apply by calling 1-888-98-SHELL.
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