UBER driver partners can be some of the most loyal fuel customers in the industry. To reward them for their loyalty, 76 stations in the Seattle market are proud to launch a points bonus program that allows UBER partners to earn up to 7 KickBack Points (5 bonus points and 2 base points) for each gallon of fuel purchased at participating 76 gas stations and convenience stores in the Seattle market. These points can be spent like cash towards fuel discounts.
UBER, headquartered in San Francisco, it is a technology company whose software can be used to request rides across the U.S. UBER driver partners are independent contractors who use their own cars.
“We’re thrilled to partner with 76 to help our driver partners make the most out of their fuel purchases. Uber is always looking for new ways to improve the driver experience, which makes this partnership a natural fit,” said Brooke Steger, General Manager, UBER Seattle.
Utilizing KickBack Points, UBER partners can earn valuable rewards that help them reduce their operating costs. What’s more, there is no charge for an UBER partner to become a participant in the KickBack Points program. Plus, they are eligible for the many other rewards 76 stations and KickBack Points offer. Every KickBack cardholder is rewarded each time they make a purchase and can spend points like cash at any of the KickBack locations on things like fuel, foodservice, snacks and beverages.
“This is another fine example of how 76 is using KickBack Points to reward its loyal customers and help them earn valuable points that can be spent like cash to earn discounts on fuel and other merchandise,” said Pat Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of KickBack Points. “This not only helps drive brand loyalty at participating 76 sites, but also helps UBER driver partners be more profitable. It is a classic win-win for everyone.”