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Fuel up at Caltex for free pizza

Motorists who fuel up at Caltex have a chance to enjoy a Greenwich Ultimate Overload Pizza for free. The mechanics are simple: every P1,000 single-receipt purchase of Caltex Gold with Techron, Caltex Silver with Techron, and Caltex Diesel with Techron D at participating Caltex stations earns one pizza stub. Collect three pizza stubs and exchange them for a Greenwich pizza coupon to avail of a free solo size Ultimate Overload Pizza from any Greenwich branch.  

Motorists can enjoy some of the best rewards programs everytime they fuel up at Caltex, which is already giving away 1.5 million airline miles plus a three percent rebate on HSBC transactions. Caltex patrons who like to keep a tight shopping budget can get points and discounts by using their Robinsons Rewards Card. Traveling foodies can use their Happyplus card with every fuel purchase at Caltex to score Happypoints and get free food products at Jollibee, Greenwich, Red Ribbon and Chowking branches.  

According to Peter Morris, country chairman of Chevron Philippines Inc., marketer of the Caltex brand of fuels and lubricants, “It’s all about our customers. When we say ‘enjoy the journey,’ we mean it. That’s why we are providing them several options to do this. So far they can select food, airline miles, rebates and shopping discounts, plus they get benefits that only Caltex with Techron can offer.” 

Caltex with Techron provides drivers with the five benefits of maximized power, improved fuel economy, lower emission, smoother drive and reliable performance.

For the Have a Slice Day promo, customers can redeem their pizza with the coupons until March 31, 2016. Promo period runs until November 15, 2015. Per DTI-NCR Permit No. 11309, Series of 2015. For more information go to www.caltex.com/ph or www.facebook.com/CaltexPhilippines. 

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