Speedway Tip of the Day

If you're like me, you like to get a little reward now and then from the places where you regularly make purchases. One thing we all have to buy but wish we didn't is GAS. So, why not get a few "Speedy Rewards" for your fuel up? That's right, stop by Speedway on your way home from work and inquire about the "Speedy Rewards Card." You'll earn fuel-up points toward a free fuel-up and other great parting gifts. And if you're someone who likes a fountain drink on a regular basis, you get every 7th coffee or fountain drink free. It just doesn't get any better than that! Also, I think if you spend over $3,000 you get a free meal at Applebee's or something.

Comments

Amanda said…
What I would like to know is how to redeem them. I have had the card for a long time, but you have to jump through 137 hoops to actually get any of nonautomatic rewards (like said fountain drink or 2 cents off occasionally). I'm not saying it isn't worth it, but I have yet to really understand how you get free gas or whatever else.
CGrim said…
Kroger cards are nice - for every $100 you spend in a given month, you get 10 cents off per gallon on your next fill-up.

It's more of a psychological benefit, though, as that really only saves you $1.50 or so...
Pete said…
This tip sponsored by "Speedway SuperAmerica".

"Speedway and SuperAmerica, your first choice for value and convenience!"
Jules said…
No one will probably ever read this comment (except for Peter who I happen to know is bored at work today, so he should thank me for the distraction), but I had to chime in and thank Andy for pointing out the Kroger deal as a mere psychological benefit. I have managed to avoid the trap of switching my grocery shopping from Wal-Mart to Kroger simply to cash in on the gas benefit. I save more than a few dollars by buying my groceries from Wal-Mart than I would from Kroger. Don't be suckered in folks!

ps - I have nothing against Kroger. Please don't sue me a la Oprah and the beef people.

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