Shell GO+ launches exclusive triple point promotion, and welcomes new members with extra points equivalent to 30-baht discount
Dec 07, 2021
Bangkok – The Shell Company of Thailand Limited continues to Make Life’s Journeys Better with the launch of a special promotion that rewards Shell GO+ members with extra points. Members will receive triple Shell GO+ points, when filling up with 1,200 baht of Shell V-Power1 (per transaction) and will earn double points when filing up with 800 baht of Shell FuelSave Gasohol E202 (per transaction). Exclusively for new members and Shell ClubSmart members who migrate their accounts to Shell GO+ and agree to receive special offers in the app: receive up to 150 points3 (equivalent to a 30-baht discount) when filing up 800 baht with any Shell fuel type. The promotion starts today and will run until 28 February 2022.
Shell GO+ members can redeem the collected points on the Shell GO+ app to get discounts on Shell and leading partners’ products and services to serve their lifestyles. The redeemable discounts cover the purchase of Shell fuel or oil change services at Shell Helix OILCHANGE+ or Shell ProServ at participating Shell stations. For more information on Shell GO+ membership and other benefits, please visit www.shell.co.th/shellgoplus.
1 Receive 6 points per 4 liters from the normal 2 points per 4 liters for Shell V-Power Diesel B7 and Shell V-Power Diesel. Receive 6 points per 1 liter from the normal 2 points per 1 liter for Shell V-Power Gasohol 95.
2 Receive 2 points per 1 liter from the normal 1 point per 1 liter for Shell FuelSave Gasohol E20.
3 Instantly receive 50 points for new membership entry or transferring account from Shell ClubSmart to Shell GO+ and signing up for special offers. New members receive 100 extra points while filling up with 800 baht of any type of fuel per transaction (members will receive the extra point offer within 3 days after completing the registration).
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