Virgin Australia's Velocity Frequent Flyer members can now earn two points per litre when buying fuel at BP service stations.
The points-for-petrol partnership is intended to help equalise retail opportunities for Velocity members, against Qantas' dominant alliance with Woolworths and Caltex.
Grabbing a cold drink or some snacks for the road? Each dollar spent on in-store shopping will earn an additional two Velocity Points, up to $100.
Just present your Velocity membership card when paying at the cash register to rake in those points.
Of course, using a Velocity-affiliated credit card such as the Virgin Australia Velocity High Flyer Card can add an extra 1.25 Velocity points per dollar spent into the bargain.
Not all BP outlets are part of the scheme, however, so check this map of participating servos before you make a beeline for the bowser.
The points-for-petrol hook-up is part of Virgin’s push to boost the appeal and membership of its frequent flyer program against that of Qantas, which already allows members to earn points at the pump with Caltex/Woolworths via the Everyday Rewards scheme.
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