Stand a chance to win a year of free fuel

PETRON is collaborating with its dealers to reward 180 lucky customers with one year of free fuel.

Winners will each receive 150,000 Petron Miles points over a period of one year while another 1,500 customers will win a monthly consolation prize of 3,000 Petron Miles Points through the “FuelSyok” contest.

Each participating Petron station is guaranteed to have at least one winner from the 1,680 names that will be drawn.

“We are constantly thinking of ways to ease some of the burdens of our customers, given that we are still in the middle of a pandemic.

“We hope that through this promotion, we can give them one less thing to worry about, ” said Petron NKVE KL-bound station dealer Abdullah Adil Mohd Akhir.

Another dealer from Petron Kuchai Lama, Noraini Daud, said, “This is also our way of saying thank you for their support and loyalty throughout the years.”

Customers will earn an automatic entry with every cumulative fuel purchase of RM50 using their Petron Miles card throughout the campaign period from March 1 to July 31.

Petron head of retail and commercial business, Choong Kum Choy said, “We are proud to partner with our dealers on this initiative to help our customers during this time.”

For more information, visit and Petron’s social media at Facebook @PetronMalaysia, Twitter @Petron_Malaysia and Instagram @petron_malaysia

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