SEAOIL Philippines, Inc. (SEAOIL), the country’s leading independent fuel player has signed a partnership with the leading on-demand delivery app, Lalamove. Through the partnership, more than 30,000 Lalamove partner drivers in Luzon and Cebu will be given an exclusive co-branded SEAOIL VIP Club card.
Using the card, Lalamove motorcycle, MPV, and light truck partner drivers will earn six points for every ₱100 peso gasoline purchase, and two points for every ₱100 peso diesel purchase. A five peso discount will also be extended for every one liter of lubricant purchased.
A unique attribute is the card’s cash redemption feature, available once Lalamove cardholders reach a minimum of 100 points. And since Lalamove cardholders belong to the highest VIP Club tier, one point is equivalent to one peso.
“The partnership is part of our effort to provide better products and services to fleet and delivery motorists. We hope the SEAOIL VIP Club card will draw more customers to make the most out of SEAOIL’s imported and high-quality fuels and lubricants,” SEAOIL CEO Glenn Yu said.
“Lalamove aims to partner with prestigious companies with the most relevant benefits, and I’m sure our Lalamove partner drivers will greatly appreciate SEAOIL’s cash redemption feature. This will not only help them in their main expense which is fuel, but also help them save up for other day-to-day needs,” shared Lalamove Managing Director Dannah Majarocon.
The co-branded cards can be claimed in Lalamove offices in Makati, Quezon City, Alabang, and Cebu beginning June 20, 2019.
As part of the partnership, every Lalamove partner driver with a minimum spend of ₱150 from June 25 to July 25 will get ₱50 rebate when they pay through the GCash App. This is available in 31 of the 50 participating SEAOIL stations.
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