Kmart, BP and Speedway Partner on Back-to-School Gas Savings

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Kmart, BP and Speedway Partner on Back-to-School Gas Savings


HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. -- Kmart is expanding its Shop Your Way gas rewards program for back-to-school shopping season thanks to partnerships with BP plc and Speedway LLC.

At select Kmart stores through Aug. 3, Shop Your Way members who purchase $50 or more of Procter and Gamble products can save $1 per gallon of gas at participating BP and Speedway gas stations. The coupon will identify the participating gas stations and can be redeemed Aug. 4-11.

BP stations will honor the discount for a single-fill, 20-gallon maximum purchase and will use a pin code system. The pin code provided on the coupon obtained at Kmart must be provided inside the BP station prior to the fill-up.

Speedway will honor the discount for its Speedy Rewards members. The customer's Speedy Rewards card must be scanned inside the station with the coupon prior to fill-up. The coupon is valid for a single fill-up, with a 15-gallon maximum purchase.

Additional savings from Kmart's standard Shop Your Way gas rewards program -- where members can save 30 cents per gallon on gas when they spend $50 or more with a coupon they receive at checkout -- can result in potential savings of $1.30 per gallon of fuel at participating Speedway gas stations, Kmart stated.

Shop Your Way is a free membership program and shopping community that offers rewards, personalized deals, product reviews, contests and sweepstakes. Through Shop Your Way, members can also earn and redeem Shop Your Way Rewards points when they shop at Sears and Kmart stores. Members also enjoy exclusive perks like personalized deals and special shopping events.

Kmart is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corp.

London-based BP plc franchises and licenses more than 4,500 convenience stores and gas stations in the United States.

Speedway LLC, a Marathon Petroleum Corp. subsidiary, owns and operates approximately 1,460 convenience stores in seven states.