Shell delivers more ways to pay & save at participating Shell branded fuel stations nationwide
Oct 02, 2018
Customers can now choose their preferred payment method with Shell Pay & Save for improved speed, convenience, value and security!
Houston - Shell announced today that it has rolled out its new Shell app with more ways to pay and save, including the ability to link to your checking account, and the option to add eligible credit or debit cards to Shell Pay & Save. This suite of payment options is available nationwide and covers the majority of consumer payment options offered today.
Shell Pay & Save offers the following benefits:
- Improved speed and convenience: Customers can get in and out more quickly, and with greater ease. At the pump, users simply authorize payment while they sit within their vehicle, then only need to enter three digits into the dispenser to fill-up. Purchases can also be made in-store through the Shell app.
- Added Value: The Fuel Rewards® program* is integrated in registration and usage of Shell Pay & Save to allows customers to save on every fill every day all in the same transaction. Plus, customers can earn an extra 25c/gallon in Fuel Rewards savings when they download and make their first fill up with the Shell app as well as earn an extra 5c/gallon in Fuel Rewards savings on their fourth fill up every 30-day period.
- Security: Transactions are backed by the security of trusted financial services providers.
“We know that when customers visit a Shell branded fuel retail station, they want their experience to be as quick, easy and seamless as possible,” said Sydney Kimball, Vice President of Fuel Sales and Marketing, for Shell Retail. “With more ways to pay and save, the new Shell app offers a way to get back on the road faster while simultaneously saving with the Fuel Rewards program.”
Shell worked with several companies, including Excentus, Chase, Buy It Mobility (BIM) and Shell’s payment platform provider, P97, to bring these new ways to pay and save for customers at Shell branded fuel stations in the US.
Shell mobile payment is currently accepted via the Shell app at participating Shell locations across the United States. For more information, visit www.shell.us/mobilepay or download the Shell app on Android and iPhone.
Shell Oil Company is an affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell plc, a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with operations in more than 70 countries. In the U.S., Shell operates in 50 states and employs more than 20,000 people working to help tackle the challenges of the new energy future.
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