- Private customers can access savings of up to 45 cents per liter by adding the 30-cent discount applied since April 1 to the 10% savings they get with the company's loyalty programs
- This means Cepsa's loyal customers can refuel at a price similar to that of April 2021 for gasoline 95 and last October for diesel A
- For customers not in the loyalty program, Cepsa offers a universal discount of 5 cents, in addition to the government subsidy, for a total savings of 25 cents per liter
Thanks to these measures, put in place to deal with the exceptional international energy price situation, private loyal customers obtain a discount of up to 16 euros for a conventional refueling of 35 liters, bringing prices closer to those of a year ago for gasoline 95 (€1.356/L) and last October for diesel A (€1.375/L).
Since April 1, members of the company’s 'Porque Tú Vuelves' program enjoy a discount of 30 cents per liter (20 cents corresponding to the subsidy approved by the Government of Spain plus an additional 10 cents offered by the company), directly, without conditioning it upon future refueling or any particular app. If they also use the Cepsa card or the Club Carrefour card, they get an additional 10% discount, which translates into 45 cents per liter.
Any private customer can join the 'Porque Tú Vuelves' program simply, immediately, and free of charge through the company's website or at a point of sale when refueling. The program currently has more than 1.5 million users.
Couriers using Cepsa's professional cards benefit from savings of up to 30 cents per liter, in addition to current commercial discounts.
Private and professional customers who do not use the 'Porque Tú Vuelves' program or the professional cards also obtain a discount beyond the subsidy put in place by the Government. Specifically, these users benefit from a discount of an additional 5 cents for a savings of 25 cents per liter.
The special discounts, which came into effect on April 1 and will remain in force until June 30, are not conditioned upon future refueling and are available for any type of fuel (gasoline, diesel, natural gas vehicles and liquefied gas) in the entire network of Cepsa service stations, which has 1,500 establishments in Spain.