Active duty and vets save big when filling up at BP

Julia LeDoux
August 26, 2020 - 9:51 am


Not buying your gasoline at a BP station?

You might want to reconsider that.

The company is offering a special discount of up to 15 cents per gallon on every fill-up at BP and Amoco stations for 60 days for active military personnel, veterans, teachers and students, according to a release.

"America's active military personnel, veterans, teachers and students have been hard hit by the challenges related to COVID-19," said Jo Brecknock, BP director, brand and communications. "Whether it's an uncertain start to a new school year, a move to a new base or navigating other commitments, we're eager to provide savings for those affected by this pandemic."

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Program sign-up is available here. Eligibility is verified through a link to The offer can also be redeemed at the pump with the BPme app, providing a no-contact way to pay. 

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"In addition to savings on an everyday purchase like gas, the BPme app offers a no-contact way to pay at the pump which is particularly important for many of our customers.,” added Brecknock.

In the future, bp plans to integrate the sign-up process for the offer directly into the BPme app for an even easier user experience.

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