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[Registration Capped] AmEx Statement Offer: BPme Spend $40, Get $10 Back up to 2 Times

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Spend 40$ using bpme app and get 10$ back.

Saved for my two Amex cards without a problem.

Save the offer to your eligible Card and spend $40 in one or more transactions, via the BPme app at selected BP locations by 09/10/2018 to receive a $10 credit, up to 2 times. Limited to 30,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

Download BPme app (iOS/Android)

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    Any ‭idea if Opal recharge payment can be done by using BPme app?

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    Link is not working

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    Still no good for gas?

  • +3 votes

    Anyone getting error from bpme apps ? Ooops unknown error ?

  • +2 votes

    Just a reminder for anyone using the app make sure to select the bowser first before filling up. It doesn't support paying after. Unless they've updated it recently.

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      last time it didn't support 'filling up twice' either
      eg spend $40 with one card, then fill up again while you're on the same spot.
      The app just crashed without explanation
      this was on a Note 3

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        Worked fine on the iphone. The guy at the counter looked rather confused when I did it.

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        It definitely worked last time as I filled up three times at the same bowser. I do agree that the app is flakey though.

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      The app and its it system are just broken. App freeze for unkown reasons while the system was sometime was down. Last time the promo run I went through 2 servos to be told it not working.

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      Yeah, I did the same mistake yesterday :(

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    Will there be any surcharge for paying by AMEX cos my local BP charges a hefty surcharge on AMEX.

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    Sweet deal. Works on cards which have used this offer previously too!

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    Thanks OP. Saved it to all my primary and supp cards.

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    Thanks OP saved to my 3 cards

  • +1 vote

    Stack with Velocity bonus offer? Can you add your velocity number to the transaction?

  • +1 vote

    Is this available in SA? Seem all the BP using on the run app

  • -1 vote

    Anyone aware of whether this works if signing up or paying with PayPal?

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    Legend, thanks OP!

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    Pay with app, fill up, then just drive off.. I'm a bit worried if anyone gonna think I'm doing a runner…

    • +2 votes

      No need to worry have used the app over 5 times without a problem. I usually give the counter guy a thumbs up to check if everything is ok before driving off.

      • +15 votes

        Maybe they should put the "thumbs up" in their step by step tutorial

        1. Pay via app
        2. Fill up
        3. Thumbs up to the counter person, and perhaps to the people around who might look at you suspiciously
        4. Go
    • +5 votes

      first time when i used the app, I was not sure what to do and filled the car first and went into the car and opened the app to make payment. that was wrong. the attendant came from his counter to my car to check what i was doing.

      so u're meant to open the app while in your car, activate the fuel pump via app, get out of car and go fill her up, go back into the car, open the app and proceed with payment, and done.

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    Got it thanks!

  • +9 votes

    Last time I filled up my car and drove off but forgot to open my BP app.

    • +1 vote

      i did that once, but I had selected the pump but it didnt work,
      only realised after I got home that my card hadnt been charged

      so far im not on the FBIs most wanted…as far as Im aware

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      did you at least go back to the station and pay them?

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    This reminds me…need a couple of amex cards before shop small starts!

  • +4 votes

    I've spent 3 minutes on their app and already want to delete this app on my phone. Must.. resist.. At this point they're paying us to use their shitty app.

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    Hi All,

    So are these the steps to do it without getting weird looks by the staff?

    Open app in car, select the BO station location and select pump number? Then pay?

    Then fill up and then leave?

    Thanks,
    K.

    • +15 votes

      Here is what to expect:
      1. Park at pump which will have signs everywhere saying it has BPme available.
      2. While in car, turn on app and allow it to GPS find your location
      3. Verify the petrol station you are at (ie click on app)
      4. Verify the pump NUMBER you are at (basially look at the pump and make sure you choose the right one)
      5. Wait a few seconds while the app connects to the BPme app backend and a message will appear saying you can now proceed to use the pump
      6. [Optional] At the pump, press the pre-set amount buttons to only give me $40 worth of fuel (as I have multiple Amex cards and I like my Velocity points so I try to mimimise the loss)
      7. Fill up car to whatever amount you want and then put pump back in the bowser
      8. Get back in car (if done) and you will see that it has been charged to your nominated card
      9. [Optional] Rinse and repeat for the next Amex card

  • +4 votes

    Love the deal, hate the app. The app, and even the idea of it is just too “try hard in adding tech to everything”

    • +4 votes

      yeah, its so damn clunky,
      you got to be close to the station to activate it (texting while driving)
      once you get in to the station, it searchs your nearest one, works most of the time, sometimes it says cannot find even though you are in a station
      takes a few seconds to detect
      takes a few seconds to ackwoneldge pump number
      after youve filled up, you sit there wondering, how long it takes because the app says dont leave
      takes a while to process
      drive off once its done, feel like youve acheived something in your life, because the app actually worked and the petrol attendant is running after you with a broom

      2nd worse app by a large corporateion after Mcdonalds

      • +1 vote

        the petrol attendant is running after you with a broom

        Lol and if you are in the crowded servo and people are waiting behind you - they will be like OMG - The car in front of me just did a runner :D

      • +2 votes

        As much as Maccas app has sucked, and I hate needing to update it every second day. I rate this app below maccas

        I also find it literally takes a few minutes longer to fill up this way than the old fashion way. The worse is if you have a car waiting behind, and you have finished filling up but can’t leave until it recognises the pump is on the bowser and you’ve paid. Whilst the guy in the car waiting for you probably thinks ur some retard just standing there.

  • +4 votes

    BPme. No thanks. CBF

    • +2 votes

      Dealing with a terrible app and possible letters from the police for non payment of petrol to save $20. Agreed with the CBF.

      • +5 votes

        That's just being paranoid.
        You will get an invoice emailed to you instantly once you've activated your pump using the app, filled up and placed the pump back.

        On the other hand, you can also email KaptnKaosTinFoilHats@feelingparanoid.com.au for the latest in keeping yourself safe.

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          now tempted to register feelingparanoid.com.au

        • +1 vote

          The police comment was based off the link posted above - https://www.businessinsider.com.au/bpme-app-police-investiga...

          And the terrible app comment, well, that was based off multiple posters above.

          I think the guy in that link was obviously very unlucky and there is probably no chance of that happening to most people, but the time involved in setting this app up and registering, stuffing about trying to use it, and then working out how to cancel it later on down the track certainly seems pretty concrete. For a completely free tank of petrol I'd consider it, but for $20? CBF.

          That said, in the time Ive just taken to write this reply I may well have been able to set the app up and save myself $20. Damn, might be time to rethink my priorities…..:)

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    Thanks OP.

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    Thanks OP

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    doesn't work with my (soon to be gone anyway) CBA-issued AMEX

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    Bp fuel price is always higher than other stations. Is this deal makes it better than other's offer?

    • +1 vote

      I guess so, specially if you are filling only $40 worth and getting $10 back. They are expensive but less than Coles Express most times.

    • +1 vote

      True in many cases but seems Coles are sometimes even higher :(
      I do prefer to fuel in 7-11 (Mobil) these days

    • +4 votes

      Yes, this deal effectively brings the price down by 25%. As long as the price is less than 33% more expensive than your locally available price (including 7 Eleven nationally), then this would be the best.

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      I prefer their high octane petrol to other brands as it seems to make the engine runs smoother. But sonw people have argued and alleged that all the brands are sourced from the same supplier. Still, there are others that shared my experience.

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      Add to the problem: The stations in my area that have lower fuel prices do not allow BPme app!

    • +1 vote

      I've got 3 BP's around my home that are usually the cheapest of the major outlets and a 4th that is cheaper half the time so it really depends on your local BP.

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    other bank issued amex work as well?

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      CBA and the AMEX sourced Westpac work. Not sure what other AU banks have links to Amex anymore.

  • +1 vote

    excellent! i see $10 x 4 fuel savings using 2 amex cards in the next 4 weeks :). thx OP.

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    time to reinstall the app, thanks OP

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    Slightly off topic but what is the best Amex card to get nowadays? Preferably with low/no fees.

    • +2 votes

      Amex platinum edge

    • +1 vote

      If you travel a couple of times a year, the Explorer is pretty good value because you can spend the $400 annual fee on flights, hotels or car hire, and it has comprehensive travel insurance and comes with 2 lounge passes per calendar year.