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    Irving Oil Unveils New Features of Rewards Program

    Members can save up to 30 cents per gallon.

    PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Irving Oil is giving its Irving Rewards members even more ways to save and pay.

    The company's enhanced rewards program offers big savings to customers across New England with three new ways to save up to 30 cents off per gallon purchased.

    "We have great customers and we want them to have the best experience at our stores," said Sajid Butt, loyalty manager, Irving Oil. "We're doing this with major site renovations, building beautiful new convenience stores, keeping our restrooms clean, and giving customers more ways to save with Irving Rewards."

    Currently, Irving Rewards offers members 10 cents savings per gallon on their next purchase with every 50 gallons purchased.

    New features include:

    Irving Debit Pay. Irving Debit Pay allows members to pay for gas and in-store purchases with their Irving Rewards card, rewarding them with an instant 6 cents savings on every gallon. Members who activate their Irving Debit Pay feature will save an additional 4 cents per gallon, for a total of 10 cents purchased for the first 90 days when paying for fuel with their Irving Rewards card.

    In-store purchases. Members who spend $50 in the store will now save 5 cents per gallon on their next fuel purchase.

    Irving Rewards with Irving Energy. Irving Energy residential home heating customers who link their Irving Rewards card to their Irving Energy account will save 5 cents per gallon at Irving Oil gas stations with every 50 gallons of home heating oil or propane delivered.

    Customers can enroll in Irving Rewards by picking up a card at participating Irving Oil locations. Current Irving Rewards members have already started to save and can save more by visiting theirving.com/rewards to sign up for new features, like Irving Debit Pay.

    Portsmouth-based Irving Oil has more than 900 fueling locations, operations from 10 distribution terminals, and a delivery fleet of tractor‐trailers. It serves wholesale, commercial, and retail customers in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, New England and Ireland.

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