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· 6 days ago
· July 31, 2018
· July 13, 2018
What You'll Get
After you become a Fuel Rewards® member, save up to $5 (25¢/gal, up to 20 gallons) off your next fill-up at a participating Shell station.
About the Fuel Rewards Program
As soon as you join in the Fuel Rewards program, you’ll get instant Gold Status and immediately save 5¢/gallon on every fill-up at any participating Shell station as long as you maintain active Gold Status. Simply swipe your Fuel Rewards card or enter your Alt ID number before filling up.
Stack your rewards to save more at the pump. Link your credit card and you’ll earn cents-per-gallon discounts on fuel (known as Fuel Rewards savings) by shopping, dining, or making other day-to-day purchases at any merchant or restaurant participating in the Fuel Rewards program.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2018. Amount paid never expires. MUST REGISTER FOR THE FUEL REWARDS PROGRAM BY 2/28. LAST DAY TO REDEEM SAVINGS AT PUMP IS 3/31. Offer valid 2/2/18–2/9/18 or once 100,000 reward codes have been issued. Limit 1 per person. To earn a Fuel Rewards savings of $.25/gal, you must register as a new Fuel Rewards member. No purchase required to earn the Fuel Rewards savings. Fuel Rewards savings limited to 20 gallons of fuel per purchase. Once you begin to dispense fuel using your Fuel Rewards savings, you must dispense to the 20-gallon limit or you forfeit any remaining savings for the other gallons. Other restrictions may apply. See www.fuelrewards.com for complete Fuel Rewards program Terms & Conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
"What needs to be proved today is that as long as a man has a car, he can do anything and go anywhere. Is there anyone who will undertake to travel this summer from Peking to Paris by automobile?"
On January 31, 1907, these two sentences appeared in the French newspaper Le Matin. They soon amounted to more than words, though, because the fledgling automobile industry took them as a challenge, and by June 10, five cars were revving up in current-day Beijing for an epic 10,000-mile-long race. In the end, the winner was an open-air car driven by Prince Borghese of Italy, and it had been powered by Shell “motor spirit”—one of the company’s earliest terms for gasoline.
Since then, Shell has fueled explorations, expeditions, and many more races, and it continues to do so to this day, with thousands of stations in more than 30 countries powering the lives and adventures of millions of people. The company also continues to innovate, with an ever-greater focus on reducing its environmental impact and developing sustainable energy sources for the future.