Caltex and Woolworths expand partnership


Caltex and Woolworths have announced an expansion of their partnership to more petrol stations across Australia. This provides an additional ability to earn Woolworths Rewards points.

Expanded offer

Under the expansion, an additional 680 Caltex locations will provide the ability to earn Woolworths Points on fuel and in-store purchases. In addition, there will be 125 new Caltex locations for the 4 cent per litre discount.

The additional 680 stores add substantially to the number of points earning stations. Before the expansion, there was a network of 538 Caltex Woolworths sites where members could collect points. The 680 additional stores more than double the number of petrol stations where you can collect Woolworths Rewards points.

Of course, for Qantas Frequent Flyers, Qantas Points is the name of the game. Given that Woolworths Rewards points can be converted to Qantas Points, this means many will need to go less out of their way to get their points fix.

“At Caltex, everything we do is to make our customers lives a little easier. We’re absolutely committed to bringing the best value for our customers and this new partnership with Woolworths Rewards will help them save money,” said Richard Pearson, Executive General Manager of Caltex’s Convenience Retail division.

“We want to give our customers rewards every time they fill up, so I’m pleased this will help them unlock savings on grocery and other purchases. We are also excited that the scale of the Caltex network will make it more convenient for Woolworths Rewards members to access discounts on fuel prices at our stores,” Richard Pearson added.

“At Woolworths we’re always looking for ways to provide our Rewards members with greater value on their every day purchases,” said Ingrid Maes, Director of Loyalty, Woolworths.

“With over 680 new Caltex locations it will now be easier for Rewards members to grow their points balance even faster. Rewards members will earn 1 point for every $1 spent on fuel and in store purchases, and can use their points to get money off their shop at Woolworths Supermarkets, BWS and Big W, or convert them to Qantas Points.


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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.