Can I use GetUpside with other promotions (like rewards cards and coupons)?

Yes, you can use whatever card you already use for gas (besides Fuelman or Fleetcor cards), and pair your purchase with other promotions. It’s important to note, however, that if you use a rewards card or other promotion, your GetUpside cash back per gallon will be reduced to account for the cost of the other promotion.

This adjustment to account for other reward programs is something we've implemented at the request of the gas stations we're working with. They've raised the issue that the GetUpside program, when layered with their existing rewards programs, can result in them losing money. We do this adjustment as a compromise so that the GetUpside program works for the gas station, so we can keep them in our app and keep getting you cash back. We figured it was better to do this than to have gas stations leave GetUpside, leaving you with less choice. And you can still stack programs, getting you more savings on gas than just using one program.


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    Jonathan Ricard

    Thanks for the feedback. Quick work. Keep up the great work on the app. Please add more stations and fast food to the app in south carolina. Thanks again

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    Mobile App User

    I used my rewards card to get $0.30/gal off, then GetUpside gave me $0.02/gal cash back on top of it. So still worth using GetUpside as it doesn’t take away from your existing rewards programs. Only adds to it. NOTE: I claimed an offer for $$0.12/gal cash back. I then used my rewards to fill up. After processing my receipt, GetUpside adjusted by cash back to $0.02/gal.

    Hope this helps!

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    Jose Axel Avila

    Great app I love it

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    It seems that none of these commenters understand how other promotions work. When you combine with Fuel Rewards, grocery partnerships, etc., that discount comes off immediately. THEN you receive the GetUpside cash back. When I fueled up yesterday, I used my Fuel Rewards number and got 10 cents off per gallon (immediate price adjustment at pump), and then about $1.98 cash back from GetUpside. Was it a reduction, sure. But still more than just Fuel Rewards alone. I call that a win.

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