Discover a new and seamless experience with Shell GO+ on Shell’s LINE OA, now offering a hassle-free loyalty program for faster point accumulation and reward redemption for every purchase at Shell service stations. Enjoy exclusive member benefits and premium items at your fingertips. Simply add the Shell Official Account as your LINE friend by searching for @Shell, then sign up and connect your Shell GO+ account. Instantly receive up to 100 free points*, which can be used as fuel discount at Shell service stations. Only new member applications from now until 30 June 2024 will be eligible for this exclusive discount.

The LINE application has become an integral platform for Thais. It serves not only communication needs, but has also evolved into a platform for the digital lifestyle, as 90% of internet users in Thailand have installed LINE. Shell Thailand's LINE Official Account has attracted significant attention, gaining more than 10 million followers. To increase convenience and meet the digital lifestyle needs of its consumers, Shell now invites you to enjoy Shell GO+ benefits and a seamless experience, anytime, anywhere, through an additional and convenient channel. Access Shell GO+ services faster via Shell’s LINE Official Account and enjoy exclusive benefits available only at Shell service stations. Only at Shell, Only for You.

Mr. Omar Sheikh, Executive Director of the Mobility Business at Shell Company of Thailand Limited.
Mr. Omar Sheikh, Executive Director of the Mobility Business at Shell Company of Thailand Limited.

Mr. Omar Sheikh, Executive Director of Mobility Business, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited, said, “We are always striving to create exceptional experiences for Shell customers. As most Thai consumers use LINE app for communications and are already familiar with its features, Shell is supporting our consumers by integrating Shell GO+, an integrated digital membership system, into Shell’s LINE OA, in addition to Shell GO+ application and website. Customers can now earn points and enjoy a range of benefits when using services at Shell service stations. Every purchase at Shell service stations – whether fueling, changing engine oil at Shell Helix Oil Change+, buying delicious drinks and snacks at Shell Cafés, or shopping at Shell Select shops – can be converted into reward points. This ensures that each spending at Shell service stations offers the best value for our customers.”

New Shell GO+ applicants can enjoy special deals via LINE OA! Sign up from today until 30 June 2024 and instantly receive 100 points, which can be redeemed for a 20-baht discount on each 900-baht fuel purchase at Shell service stations. This discount is valid for seven days after signing up for Shell GO+ on LINE OA, helping new applicants save up to 40 satang per litre* when filling up at Shell. Additionally, Shell Café offers café lovers a free cold brewed beverage for every 12 stamps collected.

Enjoy even more benefits by using your points to redeem discount coupons for products or services in Shell's catalog from Shell GO+ and partners, fulfilling every lifestyle need. The redemption can be processed instantly via Shell GO+ on LINE OA. Furthermore, on their birthdays, Shell GO+ members will receive 100 free points. Car lovers can also benefit from Shell GO+’s free 24-hour roadside assistance and free 10-item car check-ups (valued at 150 baht) at Shell Helix Oil Change+.

“Shell GO+ on LINE OA will make it easier for Shell customers to earn points without having to carry member cards or download applications. They will be updated on the latest news and benefits, and can check and update their membership information, as well as receive privileges directly through Shell GO+ LINE OA. To ‘Make Life’s Journeys Better’, Shell strives to bring happiness to all customers through convenience, comfort, and safety, reinforcing Shell’s Powering Progress strategy which focuses on developing and delivering more efficient energy solutions, driving business growth with the customer at its core, and a commitment to society and stakeholders for sustainable progress,” concluded Mr. Omar.

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