SEAOIL is offering instant cash rebate to customers who pay via credit card in the SEAOIL CashBack Swipe ‘N Save Promo.
For a minimum 20-liter purchase of Extreme 97, G5 X-treme, and G5 Unleaded in a single receipt, consumers will get PhP 20 cash back. Customers will get a PhP 1 discount for every additional liter. For example, A customer who buys PhP 1,500.00 worth of Extreme 97 at P50.00 per liter will get P30.00 cash rebate.
For BioXceed users, PhP 10 will be redeemed for every 20-liter purchase, and PhP 0.50 discount for every additional liter.
The SEAOIL CashBack Swipe ‘N Save Promo will run until April 17, 2011 at SEAOIL stations in Metro Manila where credit cards are accepted including EDSA-South Triangle, Buendia, Commonwealth, and Pasig Boulevard.
SEAOIL is the first independent fuel company to put up a gasoline retail station in 1997, following the deregulation of the country’s downstream oil industry. It has since aggressively expanded, becoming the largest independent petroleum firm with over 180 outlets nationwide and 4 percent share of the retail market.
The Filipino-owned oil firm pioneered the country’s use of ethanol as a gasoline blend. In 2005, prior to the implementation of the Biofuels Act, SEAOIL offered the first 10-percent ethanol blended gasoline or E10 in 2005, now available in its nationwide retail station network along with the similarly mandated 1 percent biodiesel blend.
Two years ago, the company introduced the environment-friendly high performance gasoline, Extreme 97, which provides engines the opportunity to operate at maximum output thus improving combustion and reducing engine wear. It reduces tail-pipe emissions of vehicles since it uses ethanol as booster, instead of lead and other harmful additives which are common in regular gasoline. It can be used on car models as old as 1990, assuming the spare parts of the vehicle are genuine.
SEAOIL invested P10 million for research and development on Extreme 97, including extensive product testing over two years. The Extreme 97 formulation was tested to perform under extreme conditions by actual racers who participated in the Philippine Touring Car Championships (PTCC).