31 Aug 2017
- Cepsa provides consumers with multiple ways of obtaining competitive discounts
- The OCU initiative will give participants discounts on fuel purchases for one year
Cepsa has been awarded the third pooled fuel purchase program organized by the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU). The initiative will give participants discounts on fuel purchases for one year.
Thanks to this initiative, around 310,000 consumers have benefited from discounts on their fuel bill over the last three years. So far, roughly 18,000 people have signed up, the deadline to join them will re-open, today, Thursday August 31, and will remain open until September 30.
Cepsa's proposal will benefit many thousands of users, who for one year will get a discount of up to eight cents per liter when they refuel diesel and gasoline, six cents at the service stations of the Company's network (1,541 Service Stations throughout Spain and 245 in Portugal) and two additional cents, if they go to their usual service station, chosen by the customer. They can also enjoy a €2 discount on carwashes.
These discounts will be loaded onto a 'Porque Tú Vuelves' virtual card in the form of discount points. The discount card comes free of charge, with no commitment to purchase, and involves no costs to consumers. The only requirement is that they must first sign up for the 'Collective fuel purchase' promoted by the OCU.
Last year, the action was also extended to Portugal and added new technologies such as the virtual card or payment through the Cepsa Pay application with discounts and benefits.
Cepsa, with its clear vocation for service, provides consumers with multiple ways of obtaining competitive discounts, such as methods of payment, loyalty cards and strategic alliances, such as the one signed with Iberia Plus.
Currently, Cepsa has 2 million customers in the private sector who enjoy the benefits of the 'Porque Tú Vuelves' program when they visit their Service Stations.
Cepsa is an energy group wholly owned by Mubadala Investment Company. It employs close to 10,000 professionals and operates at every stage of the hydrocarbon value chain. It is engaged in petroleum and natural gas exploration and production activities, refining, the transportation and sale of oil and natural gas derivatives, biofuels, co-generation and the sale of electricity.