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Save Money at the Pump with RBC

There’s nothing quite like filling up at the gas station. I always do it on Friday so it feels like my weekend is full of potential. While everything else seems to get more expensive, wouldn’t it be nice if a tank of gas got a little cheaper?

 

Luckily, starting on October 31st, RBC clients can save some of their much-needed money while filling up at their local Petro-Canada gas station.

 

What’s this? A bank that gives you money? That’s my kind of bank.

 

 

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Actually, I’ve been a loyal RBC client since my first week in Canada in 2013 and am actively working on earning my travel rewards. It’s nice to know that when we book our next vacation, I can take a few hundred dollars off the bill. My wife has been a customer all her life, and as soon after our daughter was born we went to chat with our local branch to get her an RESP to put some money aside for her education.

 

 

Back to the news.

 

Starting on October 31, Canadians will be able to link their Petro-Points card to any RBC debit or credit card to instantly save 3¢ per litre on fuel and earn 20 per cent more Petro-Points on qualifying purchases made at Petro-Canada. RBC Rewards credit card holders will also earn 20 per cent more RBC Rewards points on their Petro-Canada purchases. Unlike other loyalty programs where benefits are limited to a specific card, Canadians will be able to use every RBC card in their wallet to save instantly on fuel and earn more points. Clients simply need to link their Petro-Points card to their RBC profile online once by visiting the secure RBC website, rbc.com/petro-canada.

 

 

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There’s nothing quite like the feeling of saving a little money when buying the necessities, and this seems like it’s too easy! I love that after signing up, I don’t have to do anything. I just fill up as usual, save 3¢ per litre and collect extra Petro-Points just by using my RBC card.

 

 

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by RBC and Petro-Canada. The words and opinions are my own.

James Smith

<p>Hi, I’m James, I’m a Dad Blogger, Huffington Post Contributor, Social Media Specialist & Community Manager based in Vancouver, BC.<br /> I’m thoroughly British, a lover of coffee, the outdoors, cameras and cats.<br /> These are my views, thoughts, lessons, and mistakes.</p>

5 Comments
  • This is awesome news! Now I need an RBC account- what a perk!

    November 1, 2017 at 10:47 am
  • I like to see it as every little bit counts when it comes to saving. If you are not actively saving you are actively spending.

    November 1, 2017 at 10:47 am
  • This is a good tip! Always nice when you can save a little on gas.
    Krissy | https://www.thoughtfullyunraveled.com

    November 1, 2017 at 11:01 am
  • Ok this is a great program and it makes me want to go live Canada, LOL Here in the US we own get loyalty points towards our next purchase of gas it would be nice to have some money go back into the bank for a change.

    November 1, 2017 at 11:11 am
  • This sounds like a great program to save money for gas. I live in U.S, but I will definitely want to try this when I visit Canada. Thanks for sharing.

    November 1, 2017 at 8:09 pm

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