Shell Extends WINSdays Savings to the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup

Shell $aver Cardholders Can Double their WINsdays Savings if Joey Logano Wins the Championship

HOUSTON, TX – September 10, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Building on the excitement of this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup, Shell, the No. 1 selling gasoline brand in the U.S., is extending WINsdays savings to Shell $aver Cardholders. All season long, Shell offered Shell Saver Cardholders the opportunity to save 22 cents per gallon* on Shell fuels, the Wednesday or WINsday following a points race win** by the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Ford Fusion driver Joey Logano. If Logano wins the Championship, Shell will double the WINsdays savings. That means Shell Saver Cardholders could save 44 cents per gallon* on the purchase of high quality Shell V-Power Premium Gasoline, Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines or Shell Diesel using their Shell Saver Card℠ on Wednesday, December 4, during NASCAR® Champions Week. In the meantime, fans can cheer on Logano, as he sets his sights on winning his first career Sprint Cup title during the Ford Ecoboost 400 finale on Sunday, November 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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“I’m really looking forward to the extra excitement Shell WINsdays is going to bring to this year’s Chase,” said Logano. “I’ll do my very best to finish the season at the top of the Sprint Cup standings so my passionate fans can double their WINsdays savings come December.”

“We’re always searching for new ways to offer our deserving customers more opportunities to save on Shell fuels and the Chase provides us with an opportunity to do that through our WINsdays program,” said Ebbie Normyle, manager, U.S. Consumer Payment. “The next few months will be an important time for Logano and we’ll be supporting him every step of the way as he races towards a potential championship win – all in the name of savings.”

Additionally, Shell Saver Cardholders who are also registered members of the Fuel Rewards Network™ (FRN) program can still save through WINsdays when Logano wins a points race.*** Customers who use their Shell Saver Card on a WINsday will receive an email with an FRN™ Rewards Code and activation instructions. Once their FRN Rewards Code has been activated, the additional 22 cents per gallon savings will be added to their FRN Account and can be redeemed on a future purchase of high quality fuels at participating Shell stations.** Shell Saver Cardholders who are not already registered FRN Members can sign up at

Although the chance to save with WINsdays is only in effect during the race season, saving with the Shell Saver Card can happen all year long. Shell Saver Cardholders can save 2 cents per gallon every day on all Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines or Shell Diesel.

For more information about the Shell Saver Card or to apply instantly, visit: To sign up, request a Fuel Rewards Network Card and learn more about the Fuel Rewards Network program today, go to:  For more information about the WINsdays program, visit:

As always, the savings on the Shell Saver Card will be reflected on the cardholder’s statement. *

* Shell Saver Card fuel savings are limited to 25 gallons per purchase per vehicle, or limits placed by Shell and/or limits placed on your payment card by your financial institution, each of which may be lower.

** If the race is delayed and ends later than a Monday, the savings is available two days after the win. (For example, if a driver wins the race on Tuesday, the cent per gallon savings will occur on Thursday).

*** Fuel Rewards Network™ Card fuel savings are limited to 20 gallons per purchase per vehicle. Offer expires on the last day of the month, two months after the month in which that FRN™ Rewards Code is activated. The FRN Rewards Code must be activated by December 31, 2013; additional savings of 22 cents per gallon is only valid if the No. 22 car wins a stock car points race; the same 22 cents per gallon savings applies if the No. 22 car wins the championship.

About the Shell Saver Card

The Shell Saver Card is a non-credit payment product exclusive to Shell that links directly to cardholders’ checking accounts and offering savings at the pump. While Shell Saver Card earnings apply only to gasoline and diesel purchases, the card can be used for any purchases at Shell-branded stations except lottery tickets, and also includes an everyday discount of 2 cents per gallon off all fuel purchases. Through Telecheck® and the use of personal PIN numbers, the Shell Saver Card offers safety mechanisms that enhance consumer security. Since the Shell Saver Card directly links to a checking account, applying for the card does not affect consumer credit scores, nor are there any application or annual fees.

The Shell Saver Card makes organizing family budgets easier by using one card that lists all Shell fuel purchases and offers cardholders earnings every time it is used, allowing consumers to get the most out of every drop of Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines.

From gasoline cards to credit cards, the Shell Family of Cards addresses the diverse financial needs of today’s consumers with a range of payment options. For more information about the Shell Saver Card and the Shell Family of Cards, visit

About Shell

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with about 87,000 employees in more than 70 countries. In the U.S., Shell operates in 50 states and employs more than 20,000 people using technology and innovation to help tackle the challenges of the new energy future. Shell Oil Products US, a subsidiary of Shell Oil Company, is a leader in the refining, transportation and marketing of fuels, with a network of approximately 6,000 Shell-branded gasoline stations in the western United States. Another 8,300 Shell-branded stations in the eastern and southern are managed by Motiva Enterprises LLC, a 50/50 joint venture between Shell Oil Company and Saudi Refining, Inc. The Shell downstream organization manages a portfolio of top-quality brands, including the No. 1 selling gasoline and premium gasoline brand[i] in America[ii].

Shell motorsports technical alliances around the world provide a testing ground for fuel and lubricant technologies and products in demanding road conditions. The knowledge Shell gains through these and other alliances help address tomorrow’s world mobility energy challenge with efficient solutions that power and protect motorists around the globe.

About Excentus and the Fuel Rewards Network™ Program 

The Fuel Rewards Network™ program is owned and operated by Excentus Corporation. Excentus Corporation is the creator of and patent-holder for marketing programs and services that utilize price roll down discounts at the pump as the ultimate consumer reward. Excentus has spent more than 17 years developing and perfecting the Fuel Rewards Network™ program’s technology and program features to make it easy for consumers to save money on fuel and convenient for businesses to build loyalty and create value for customers. The growing Fuel Rewards Network™ program provides members with the opportunity to earn Fuel Rewards® savings simply by purchasing the things they normally would from more than 1,400 retail locations, nearly 700 online merchants, and 10,000+ restaurants, and redeeming their rewards at participating fuel stations across the country. To date, Excentus has helped more than 10 million consumers save hundreds of millions of dollars on fuel. Excentus currently holds nine patents on the technology behind the cents per gallon model and licenses various uses of its patent portfolio to provide private-label fuel discount programs through its business unit, Centego II, LLC. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Excentus was founded in 1996 and is a privately held company with more than 200 employees. For more information please visit

i Source: NPD Motor Fuels Index December 2005 – 2011.

ii Based on a survey of licensed drivers conducted by a leading research firm January 2005December 2011.

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