Shell Fuel Reward Giveaway

I am so excited to be able to team up with the new Fuel Rewards Network™ program– or FRN™ program – which allows consumers to redeem their rewards at participating Shell stations on up to 20 gallons of fuel per visit in nearly 200 markets throughout the U.S.!! The amazing part of this program is that it helps you lower your fuel price!! You never have to pay full price at the pump again! It also offers may ways to earn rewards through everyday food, clothing, and household good purchases which can be redeemed for fuel savings! Here are a few of the ways to save:

  • Online Mall – Access nearly 700 brand name online merchants offering 5 cents per gallon for every qualifying $50 spent. Some online merchants may offer 2x, 5x, 10x rewards or more – so consumers can multiply their savings!
  • Dining – Earn 10 cents per gallon for every qualifying $50 spent when dining at more than 10,000 participating restaurant locations nationwide.
  • Shell Fuel Rewards – Purchase specially marked products inside the convenience store as well as car washes and auto services at participating Shell stations and earn Fuel Rewards savings.
  • eCoupons – Digital coupons available for select retailers in select markets provide additional cents-per-gallon savings when the digital coupon is selected at fuelrewards.com and the item is subsequently purchased with the coupon at a participating retailer.
  • Grocery & Other Programs – Buy the everyday things you need and earn Fuel Rewards savings from participating FRN program grocery stores and retailers. Link your participating grocer or other retailers’ rewards card to your FRN Account to combine your rewards for even more savings at the pump at Shell in select markets.

*NOTE: Ways to save and Shell station participation vary by market. Some locations might not have access to all or any of the ways to save.This program is FREE – just pick up a Fuel Rewards Network Card at a participating Shell station, then activate it online! Just to make sure we’re clear, this pre-loaded card value is good up to 20 gallons for a one-time use. If you are able to purchase all 20 gallons on your first use of the card, your full savings will be $20. If you are not able to purchase all 20 gallons, you will be able to redeem the $1.00 per gallon savings on however many gallons you are able to purchase, and then the card value will reset to $0 (hint: Some people bring a gas can with them if 20 gallons will not fit in their car’s tank. This way you get to take full advantage of the savings).

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*Open to US Residents Only. This is not a $20 dollar Gift card. This is a pre-loaded card value is good up to 20 gallons for a one-time use. If you are able to purchase all 20 gallons on your first use of the card, your full savings will be $20. If you are not able to purchase all 20 gallons, you will be able to redeem the $1.00 per gallon savings on however many gallons you are able to purchase, and then the card value will reset to $0 (hint: Some people bring a gas can with them if 20 gallons will not fit in their car’s tank. This way you get to take full advantage of the savings). Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. JustFindIt4U is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

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  1. Nyeasia Pippin says:

    I have no idea how many gallons I use but I do know it goes quickly!

  2. Kathy Hanley says:

    On average between 15 to 20 gallons a week.

  3. I use close to 15 gallons a week.

  4. Michelle Bartley says:

    About 10.

  5. Jennifer Rote says:

    I use about 10.

  6. I probably use about 17.

  7. No idea probably around 50 since I fill up twice a week

  8. Jill A. Collins says:

    Probably about 15 gallons of gas per week.

  9. Nicole Carter Weasley says:

    I think I use about 10 or so
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  10. Rachel Miller says:

    I usually use between 10 – 15 gallons….I don’t work too far away from home :)