Shell gets new payment partners HSBC and Citibank

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

Enjoy greater value, savings and rewards at Shell with new payment partners HSBC and Citibank

Drivers in Singapore can now enjoy greater savings and rewards when they pump at Shell with our new credit card partners, HSBC and Citibank.

Shell customers will be able to enjoy up to 19%* savings on their fuel purchases with HSBC cards, and up to 18.1%* savings with Citibank cards. The new partnerships are part of Shell’s continuing efforts to deliver quality fuels and better value to drivers in Singapore.

What’s more, from now until 31 July 2013, drivers can earn 2X Shell Escape Points by paying for their fuel purchases with a HSBC or Citibank card. There is no better time for drivers in Singapore to enjoy greater savings at Shell!

For more information and the full terms and conditions, please refer to Shell’s website at www.shell.com.sg/banks.

*Inclusive of discounts and rebates.

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