At the relaunch of the Shell V-Power Club last weekend, it was announced that there would be two grand prizes instead of the industry standard one to Abu Dhabi. The bigger, better club is back with more prizes. But if you weren’t there, here are 7 things you shouldn’t miss.
Even More Trips This Year!
Italy is on the map! The Monza grand prix is one of the longest running events on the Formula One calendar. The Monza grand prix is also one of the inaugural Formula One championship races still on the calendar after the Monaco and Belgian Grand Prix. On top of Abu Dhabi, there will be a trip to Monza, home of Ferrari.
Every Litre Counts!
In this new and improved edition of the club, members will earn ten (10) points for every litre of Shell V-Power consumed. So every drop will count.
Win Every Monthly!
Every month, members who’ve accumulated 500 points and more will qualify for a monthly draw to win prizes. Those will include free fuel, weekend getaways to Serena Kigo, car toolboxes, free car service vouchers and sets of tyres.
Everyone Can Win!
Members in the motorcycle category will only require 200 points to qualify for the monthly prizes. Well, it’s probably time your boda guy got a club card
For The Grand Prize!
Accumulate 10,000 points and you automatically enter the draw for the Grand Prix prize for an all-expenses paid trip to Abu-Dhabi and Italy’s Monza grand prix events.
Redeem Your Points!
Points can be redeemed at any of the 66 Shell V-Power dispensing sites countrywide. But don’t worry if you don’t win a prize because you can redeem all your points for free fuel. Best news is you can also redeem your points from last year!
7 lucky club members will win the grand prize of an all-expense paid trip to the Formula One Grand Prix events, in Italy in September or Abu Dhabi in November.
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