TULSA, Okla. — QuikTrip Corp. is partnering with First Bankcard, a division of First National Bank of Omaha and issuer of credit cards, to launch a new QuikTrip private-label credit card program. The QuikTrip credit card can be used at any QuikTrip store in the United States to purchase food, fuel and other qualified purchases.
Cardholders will receive rewards points and fuel discounts. All fuel purchases made with the QuikTrip credit card will receive a three-cents-per-gallon discount. Additionally, during the first two billing cycles, cardholders will receive a statement credit for a 22-cent discount on their fuel purchases up to a 200 gallon limit. Cardholders will also earn 100 bonus points upon approval and one point for each dollar spent on qualified QuikTrip in-store purchases. For every 200 points consumers accumulate, they will earn a $10 QuikTrip gift card. Bonus savings and other promotional offers are planned throughout the year.
QuikTrip first announced the plan to debut a private label card through a partnership with First National Bank of Omaha and Atlanta-based First Data Corp. in late March, as CSNews Online previously reported.
"QuikTrip is always looking for ways to simplify and improve our customer experience," stated Chuck Barton, vice president of marketing for QuikTrip. "This new card will provide an extra level of value to our customers who rely on us for food and fuel. In addition to our everyday competitive pricing, our new QuikTrip card rewards our loyal customers with added savings throughout the year."
More information about the program, specific terms and conditions and an application form are available at www.QuikTripCreditCard.com.
"First Bankcard is excited to bring its expertise in the convenience store and fuel category to benefit QuikTrip customers," said First Bankcard President Stephen F. Eulie. "Great brands like QuikTrip go the extra mile to reward customer loyalty, and we are happy to help customize this product while adding superior customer service and online capabilities."
Tulsa-based QuikTrip operates more than 700 convenience stores in 11 states.