Win cool gadgets in Phoenix’s Scratch-A-Prize Promo

Fuel up at Phoenix Petroleum stations to win cool gadgets, like Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime, a JBL Clip 2 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker, a Lenovo Yoga 510 Laptop, or a trendy GoPro HERO5 Session.

Every P300 single or accumulated fuel purchase at any participating Phoenix stations nationwide entitles customers to one scratch coupon for a chance to win the gadgets as major prizes or the minor prizes of P30, P50, or P100 worth of fuel, one liter worth of lubricant product, or a Phoenix Power Bank.

Customers must present their receipt/s to the forecourt attendant to collect their scratch coupon. Receipts can only be used once. Any excess amount on the receipt/s shall be void and cannot be used in the next redemption. Receipts for accumulation are valid only at the branch where the transaction was made. Only receipts within the promo period are valid for redemption. Lost or damaged receipt/s will not be accepted or replaced.

Minor prizewinners may immediately claim their prize at the Phoenix station where they earned the coupon. Major prizewinners must call the Phoenix Petroleum hotline 1-800-10-PNX FUEL (769-3835) or visit for details verification prior to claiming their prize. 

The gadgets will be awarded within a month from the verification. The coupons may be redeemed up to 60 days from end of promo period.

The Scratch-A-Prize Promo is applicable for cash and credit card fuel transactions, and runs until Sept. 25, at participating Phoenix Petroleum stations.

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