expired Toyota Owners - Save 8c/L at Participating Caltex Outlets via myToyota App (Free to Join)

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myToyota app users (Owners) can redeem a 8c off code starting next week 11/12/18 until 8/1/2019. I believe the codes are available once per day.


Terms and Condition from previous post.

Toyota Owners!

Did you know that the NEW myToyota App let you save 8c a liter on fuel at participating Caltex service station?
All you have to do is register and add your Toyota to myGarage on the myToyota App.

And its FREE for all Toyota Owners.

List of Participating Caltex Service Station.
https://www.toyota.com.au/mytoyota/~/media/Toyota/MyToyota/P...

Couple of info you need to register and link your car in the APP.

  1. The VIN Number of your Toyota
  2. Your Batch number or your Registration certificate.
    You can find your batch number (sometimes referred to as the stock number) on the retail delivery card in your Service & Warranty booklet or by contacting the Guest Experience Centre.

How to register?

You can register via https://www.toyota.com.au/myToyota
or
via the myToyota App.

iOS
https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/mytoyota-australia/id1178871...

Android
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.toyota....

Offer T&Cs

  • Offer is limited to a discount of 8 cents per litre of fuel (unless otherwise stated) purchased in a single transaction.
  • Offer is limited to one transaction per vehicle in myToyota account per day.
  • Offer is limited to the filling up of the fuel tank of one vehicle at a time.
  • Offer applies to transactions on eligible fuel only. Offer applies to: Unleaded (ULP), Vortex Premium 95 (PULP), Vortex Premium 98, Diesel and Vortex Diesel, up to 150 litres.
  • The Offer is only available at participating Caltex locations. For more information click here. Participating Caltex locations are subject to change without notice and is at the sole discretion of Caltex.
  • The Offer is only available to guests who:
    have a myToyota account;
    have a vehicle(s) registered in Garage (including VIN and registration details);
    have installed the myToyota app on a compatible smartphone or device or have accessed the Offer via myToyota online.
  • Toyota and/or Caltex reserve the right to refuse to provide the Offer to an individual if, in its reasonably opinion, it cannot verify that they are eligible to receive the Offer or believe the individual has engaged in fraudulent activity or are otherwise in breach of these terms.
  • Offer is not available in conjunction with any other offers or fuel discounts unless specifically stated.

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Comments

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    Thanks Richard for adding the additional info :)

  • +3 votes

    Vehicles manufactured prior to 2001 cannot be added to myToyota.

  • +1 vote

    Wonderful! Thank you so much, have been using my app all the time filling up my corolla saving 4c, much better than spending $30 to get this discount, so I guess this 8c discount also applies to existing accounts too, right?

  • +3 votes

    Has anyone found this useful?

    All the participating outlets jack up price anyway…. the ones with the lowest prices always cant figure why the system "isnt working"

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      Not in my area, last weekend 95 is only 129.9 before the 4c. I never have a single transaction issue using my 4c code.

      • +2 votes

        I use it all the time. I check the petrolspy app to see which Caltex in my weekly travels have decent prices. Then I couple the Toyota App 4c discount with the starcash digital cards I buy through YOUI rewards: consistently saving 10c-12c off per litre.

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        last weekend 95 is only 129.9

        I would love to see those prices. 159.9 is my usual price and my two local Caltex servos aren't participating.

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      I have 2 nearby Caltex that participate. One has average pricing, and the other is always cheapest price in my area.

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      Costco near our caltex is always cheaper. They sometimes drop their prices to match but at random times will jack it $0.30~ so I stopped going to them and signed up for the Costco.

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    Also you can now get prepaid star cash cards for 5% off at some Giftcard outlets like Suncorp. Check the wiki

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    can we stack this with woolies 4c discount for those caltex/woolies stations?

  • +3 votes

    I have an '05 Lexus IS200 I managed to add via rego in the app. If I try to add via VIN it comes up as invalid, but when I did it via rego it came up as a '02 RAV4. I didn't verify my ownership and the regular 4c off daily code still worked for me.

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    Does this work with Woolworths Caltex and stack with wish card?

  • +1 vote

    Does the app work with imports?

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    Cool. I downloaded the app and when I put my name and email address in it recognized my car straight away. No vin or registration details needed

  •  

    Thanks OP for sharing a deal!

    I am probably going to be down voted for this but is your user data really worth only $12? (150x0.8c). Personally I'm happy to pass on this deal even if it was from the manufacturer of my vehicle.

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      It's been on-going at 4c/litre for many months now. 8c/litre is just a limited bonus discount.
      A lot more than just $12 savings.

    • +2 votes

      You mean the data they already have from you from when you purchased the car?

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        Correct the manufacturer may or may not already have this data within internal systems depending on multiple factors such as if the vehicle has been purchased via private sale. My point revolved more around the potential breach of the online data-set used by the myToyota app.

        The influx of registrations provides Toyota or their chosen 3 parties to analyse the owner/buyer vehicle statistics. They aren't doing this out of the goodness of their hearts. There will be a gain/offset somewhere in the equation.

        So after taking a closer look at the terms above it appears you can potentially buy up to 150L per day per registered vehicle within an AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) determined by the participating service station.

        I retract my figure of $12 as it sounds like you could benefit heavily in the right set of circumstances :)

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          They aren't doing this out of the goodness of their hearts. There will be a gain/offset somewhere in the equation.

          Of course they aren't!

          The biggest gain to Toyota is probably the ability to remind you about servicing, and potentially understand the second hand market.

          Caltex could benefit the most, they gain a loyal customer base and potential extra revenue from in store sales. (I assume it's Caltex who are actually providing the discount, not Toyota)

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    LPG included ?

  • +4 votes

    if i drive a lexus, enter my cars details and it gets accepted, should i be offended.

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      Toyota is the highest regarded company in its native Japan so there was no need to elevate its position.
      Lexus was a marketing exercise solely for foreign markets.

      •  

        Luxury
        EXport
        (to the)
        US

        correct. however that was a long time ago. Lexus are no longer an experiment, they are well established as an independent

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    caN I stick on ToyotA badge on my ford badge ?

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    Good deal but usually not the cheapest afaik. Hopefully with the 8c it'll make up for it.

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    It's a good deal for those who use Caltex.

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    This is a good extra but i‘ve just bought a new Toyota. It arrived with a scratch on the windscreen drivers side and needed to be replaced. Took the m forever to get the new screen in. Now it has a squeak from the breaks or suspension that they have been unable to fix. It’s lije dr ing around with someone running their nails down a blackboard in the back seat. My first Toyota. What a piece of sh,t.

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      If they can't fix it and it is a new car then you can definetely keep taking it back and/or look up ACLs and fight for a new one.

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      Scratch on windscreen .. they replaced it.
      Squeal from brakes or suspension? Rock or twig caught in rotor/pad area? Any worse when brakes applied?
      "My first Toyota. What a piece of sh,t."
      You have not experienced "shit" until you see what some of the other makes are dumping on the market.. repeated failing transmissions, bjorked motors, etc etc etc… Your problems are very minor. Need to get a dealer that can sort it out. You can take it to other Toyota dealers if you are having no success with the one you bought it from.
      Even though they have the logo of one of the best cars built today out the front it does not mean they are not a typical dealership and stuff you around.
      Good products leave the Toyota factory, after that most of the dealerships take it downhill.

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    This can't stack with the 6c off first 3 fills with Fuelpay app right?

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      "Offer is not available in conjunction with any other offers or fuel discounts unless specifically stated."

  • +2 votes

    For those like me that don't own a Toyota, you can use the vehicle registration 'TOYOTA' which I successfully used the last time this offer was around.

  • +1 vote

    Can you use someone else's rego? Like pick a random Toyota on the street and sign up as that?

    Edit lol you can hahaha

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    Has anyone had any issues with participating Caltex service station not accepting/recognising the discount? Presented today and the staff member wasn’t interested, asked them to at least scan the code, it didn’t work. I said they were on the list and showed the details, she told me to call Caltex head office as she knew nothing about it and very unhelpful.

    Disappointing but not the end of the world, any ideas on how to tackle this?

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    Originally much more restrictive, now
    "Vehicles manufactured prior to 2001 cannot be added to myToyota."
    So my Toyota isn't eligible.

    OP please add to title.

  •  

    I discovered today that since WW rewards points are now being earned at my local Caltex, that along with scanning your WW barcode to get points (1pt per $1), it will also deduct the next available 4c discount from your account.

    So, this may work for you as well, if :

    You have downloaded and registered your Toyota with the app : https://www.toyota.com.au/mytoyota
    Your Caltex is particpating in the 8c promotion (from 11th December to 8th of January)
    Your Caltex will reward you with WW points (there will be WW promo signage everywhere)
    You have earned some 4c discount coupons on your WW rewards account/card
    

    Goodluck!

    • +1 vote

      Didn't get the extra 4c off. Tried at my lock Caltex and only managed to get the 8c off even though my everyday rewards card was scanned.

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    Apps like petrol spy can usually save you far more than these games with coupons etc.
    A neighbour religiously buys from a local servo because they get 4c off with their shopping dockets… 2k down the road the petrol is constantly 20c or more cheaper..!!

  •  

    Great I had an Estima 8Seats

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    Do you have to drive your toyota there to get the discount?

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    Has anyone used this multiple times? I used it successfully last week and was planning to use it today (being the final day of the offer period) but reading the terms it says you can only use it once per vehicle registered in the app during the offer period. In which case…why have daily codes?

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