Have you been using the ESSO Extra Card to get free fuel and car washes? If yes, then you need to know this latest update from ESSO.
Below is the brief as on ESSO’s official website:
As of June 17, 2021, enrollment for Esso Extra and EXTRA PRIVILEGES is no longer available. Current members can continue to earn and redeem Esso Extra points until January 17, 2022, and/or convert their Esso Extra points to PC Optimum points from January 18, 2022 – April 30, 2022. Click here for Esso Extra FAQs.
Effective January 18, 2022 customers will be able to redeem PC Optimum points for fuel and car wash rewards at Esso stations across Canada.
With the ability to redeem PC Optimum points at Esso stations, the Esso Extra program will end on January 17, 2022. With the Esso Extra program ending, the EXTRA PRIVILEGES program will also end on January 17, 2022.
There you go, as you see, it’s not all bad news. It’s good in fact. Coz PC Optimum is way more accepted and earning points is better than ESSO EXTRA. In fact, if you are smart, you can make a lot more PC Optimum points than you can with the EXTRA program.
With this new change, all you have to do is enroll in the PC Optimum program and convert your ESSO EXTRA points to PC Optimum.
You can visit the link here to clear all your questions about the conversion and how the new program works in fact.
At a basic level, 1 ESSO EXTRA point will be equivalent to 6 PC Optimum points, which is fantastic. What more! I personally love the PC Optimum program and have been using it for a long time now. Check out the blog for PC Optimum review.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading, please let me know your thoughts and comments below.
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