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[Wagjag] $250 for a $50 Price Privilege e-Card (Save $0.10 per Litre for up to 500 Litres) & a $250 e-Gift Card at Esso

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Dec 22, 2007
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Gatineau, QC

$250 for a $50 Price Privilege e-Card (Save $0.10 per Litre for up to 500 Litres) & a $250 e-Gift Card at Esso

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Price:
250
Savings:
17%
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Wagjag
$250 for a $50 Price Privilege e-Card (Save $0.10 per Litre for up to 500 Litres) & a $250 e-Gift Card at Esso
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Jul 29, 2007
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Thanks OP! Good deal for me since the Esso near my house always has the best prices.
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Dec 4, 2005
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Mississauga
Thanks OP, good deal. I'm wondering if 4% off on ebates would apply to it.
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ipopov wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:05 pm
I'm wondering if 4% off on ebates would apply to it.
Same question here.
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lawonga wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:28 pm
Legit?
I bought something like this and it saves me a couple of bucks every fill up (5 cents per litre). Highly recommend you use the Speedpasd Esso app though so you can authorize the pump and get your discount automatically.
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50centdollars wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:40 pm
Does the price privilege card expire?
Good question, as per the site:
https://www.wagjag.com/deal/esso-2046262
Esso and Mobil e-gift cards and Price Privileges fuel discount e-cards do not expire and are redeemable at approximately 2,000 participating Esso and Mobil stations across the country.
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gr8dlr wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:39 pm
I bought something like this and it saves me a couple of bucks every fill up (5 cents per litre). Highly recommend you use the Speedpasd Esso app though so you can authorize the pump and get your discount automatically.
I was wondering how you use them at the pump. So you don’t have to swipe any cards at the pump eh? Can you use this at most Esso locations or is this restricted to a couple of special ones? Thanks.
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globalize9 wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:58 pm
I was wondering how you use them at the pump. So you don’t have to swipe any cards at the pump eh? Can you use this at most Esso locations or is this restricted to a couple of special ones? Thanks.
You have to use the app to automatically use price privileges. Not all station supports the app, the ones with QR codes at the pumps *usually* supports it. But by adding it into the app, you also get the barcode to scan in the store if you need to pay there, including the gift card. So if you need to pay in store just scan your esso extra/pc optimum then the price privileges then finally method of payment which is the GC or credit card.
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Anyone know if Price Privileges cards work at the Mobil gas stations at Superstore? I assume so since they are Mobil branded but just wondering if anyone has actually tried?
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gr8dlr wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 7:39 pm
I bought something like this and it saves me a couple of bucks every fill up (5 cents per litre). Highly recommend you use the Speedpasd Esso app though so you can authorize the pump and get your discount automatically.
Is the speedpass Esso app required?

Can you simply swipe with the printed e-card in-store?
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