• expired

[WA] Save $0.06/L on Fuel with EzyST App (Perth Only Pilot Offer) @ Puma Energy


Great neat app to find cheapest fuel and additional saving of 6c/lt at Puma Energy which is better discount than RAC Members discount of 4c.
PS:Not much experience in writing descriptions. Please suggest changes and I'll update. Hope it helps :)

Full Instructions and T&C

Get on EzySt
Better fuel prices and convenience deals direct to your phone.

What is EzySt?
That’s easy! EzySt is an app that gives you fast and free access to fuel and convenience deals on the go. Simply tell the app what you like, and you'll see more of what you want.

How it works
EzySt allows you to easily find and compare the best fuel prices and convenience food and drink deals – wherever you are, whenever you choose.

Fuel deals
* Find the best fuel prices
* Compare EzySt offers with regular retail prices.
* Find deals in your area or directly on your route.
* Redeem offers when you arrive on-site.

Convenience deals
* Access deals when and where you want them.
* Save your favourite offers, and redeem them when it’s most convenient for you.
* The more specific you are with your preferences, the more meaningful the offers are likely to be.
* Some offers will only be available for a limited time or quantity – so get in quick!

Pilot in Perth
Join the EzySt pilot program in Perth and you’ll not only enjoy plenty of great deals – you’ll have the chance to win a free tank of petrol every week!

Related Stores


closed Comments

  • +1

    I joined now how do get 6c off ?

    • I had to dig a little for Instructions. Find the closest/cheapest Puma Deal > Arrive at the location > Press Redeem before you pay and show the barcode to the cashier to receive the discount. Offer will only appear if you are physically on site. Offer not valid in conjunction with RAC. I will upload Instructions and T&C page screenshot shortly.

  • +1

    Is it introductory discount, or will it be permanently 6cents?

    • @paaj doesn't state anywhere that its an introductory nor the opposite ..

    • +3

      lol go for it if it makes you feel better.

      even though all of Perth's fuel comes from BP Kwinana (https://thewest.com.au/business/energy/all-fuel-roads-lead-t...)

      • I heard about this a while back, but it is still an interesting article about the monopoly situation in Perth.
        I seem to recall one of the independents imported fuel from Asia, but can't find any reference to this now.

      • Even though it all comes from the same refinery, I think each brand add their own additives on top of the base fuel. There's got to be some differentiation?

Login or Join to leave a comment