Shell savings for the Lunar New Year

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


To welcome the year of the Snake, Shell is happy to announce a week of festive giveaways to lucky drivers at Shell stations across Singapore.

Customers who make a S$50 purchase of Shell V-Power, Shell FuelSave or Shell Diesel from 1 – 8 February will stand a chance to walk away with “ang baos” filled with Shell fuel vouchers. Lucky drivers simply need to spot the God of Fortune and Shell V-Power girls at the station when they fill up for a chance to win.

The God of Fortune and Shell V-Power girls will be spreading prosperity and joy in the run up to the festive season, giving away a total of S$8,000 in “ang baos” to drivers at three different Shell stations over eight consecutive days. This special festive giveaway is part of Shell’s Chinese New Year partnership with UOB, where drivers stand to win $150,000 in fuel vouchers over the festive season.

Customers who drive into the New Year with a boost from Shell V-Power will also get to enjoy 20% more Shell Escape points. Developed through in-depth research with the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One team, Shell V-Power’s unique formulation is designed to actively clean your engine and reduce friction, helping to deliver more power throughout the life of your car.

To find out more about where to find the God of Fortune and Shell V-Power girls, visit for full details.

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