Double treat from SEAOIL

SEAOIL Philippines, Inc. is treating its customers with a one-day special flash sale on Tuesday, June 11.

The sale is a one-time deal that can only be availed for that entire day. Customers can get a P5 discount for every liter of diesel or gasoline, up to a maximum purchase of P10,000. The promo is available at the following SEAOIL branches:  Del Monte and G. Araneta Avenue in Quezon City, Cuasay in Taguig, Las Piñas, Lawang Bato in Valenzuela, Alijis, Roxas Lacson and Tangub in Bacolod; Iba Basak, Maximo Patalinghug and Plaridel in Cebu; Calinan, Insular Lanang, Maa and Lemente Central in Davao. 

The company also joins ride hailing app, Grab, as it celebrates its 7th anniversary by giving away free radiator coolants to its drivers. The free radiator coolants can be claimed from June 6 until June 24.

‘‘SEAOIL congratulates Grab on its 7th year of operation. Not only do we want to celebrate this momentous occasion with them, we’d also like to thank their drivers who are also SEAOIL users for their continued support’’ SEAOIL CEO Glenn Yu said.

Grab drivers will receive a free radiator coolant for a minimum P500 single receipt or accumulated fuel purchase. To claim it, drivers just need to present their Grab driver app, their SEAOIL-GRAB VIP card and the receipts. Non-VIP cardholders can also avail of this giveaway by registering for a SEAOIL-GRAB VIP card. SEAOIL stations participating in the promo are Anabu 1-E in Imus, Cavite; E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave. and P. Tuazon in Quezon City, Karuhatan in Valenzuela, Legarda and Sta. Cruz in Manila, Maybunga in Pasig, Nangka in Marikina, Potrero in Malabon, and Ususan in Taguig.

The SEAOIL-GRAB VIP card features a special set of rewards and incentives for all Grab drivers. Drivers may register at any participating SEAOIL branch. 

Topics: SEAOIL Philippines Inc. , flash sale

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