The British oil company BP announced this Friday that it is joining the wave of discounts on fuel prices that Repsol and Cepsa have also implemented and, as reported by the company in a statement, it will lower professional carriers by up to 14 cents per liter. and up to 12 cents in the case of individuals.
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BP’s initiative joins that of Repsol, which will lower the price of its fuel by 10 cents per liter for those professional customers who pay with the Solred card at its more than 3,300 service stations in Spain, and that of Cepsa, which will apply a direct discount of 10 cents per liter for both private customers and carriers and other transport professionals.
BP has detailed that it will apply a maximum discount of 14 euro cents per liter to professional carriers depending on the size of the fleet. “This is a direct discount applicable and not cumulative to fleet customers who have an active ‘Routex’ card and applicable at service stations” of the oil company, the company explained.
Likewise, the oil company will offer a maximum discount of 12 cents per liter to private customers through the ‘My BP’ card who adhere to the ‘Ahorro de locos’ promotion. “Both types of discount will be in force from April to June and will be subject to monthly reviews,” the company has clarified.
Cepsa will offer, between April 1 and June 30, a direct discount of 10 cents per liter of fuel both to private customers and to carriers and other transport professionals, in order to mitigate the impact of the increase in fuel prices. fuel.
As reported by the company, this bonus is not conditioned to future refueling and will be accessible to all users, in a context of rising fuel prices due to the rise in international prices of raw materials.
Repsol was the first of the oil companies to reduce fuel by 10 cents for carriers and the self-employed until next June for all those customers who use their Solred loyalty card. The promotion will be available at its more than 3,300 service stations, which represents the largest network in Spain.
Additionally, the company has also decided to extend for more than two months, until June 30, the price drop of 10 euro cents per liter on all its fuels -gasoline, diesel, vehicular natural gas and AutoGas- to those private customers who pay with the free Waylet app.
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