Repsol lowers fuel prices by 10 cents per liter for customers using the Waylet application
Repsol will lower the price of all its fuels - gasoline, diesel, natural gas and AutoGas - by 10 euro cents per liter for those private customers who pay with the Waylet app at its more than 3,300 service stations in Spain. This discount will be available from today through April 18, coinciding with the end of the Easter holidays, one of the busiest travel periods of the year.
The multi-energy company, with leading the quality products, is seeking to alleviate the financial burden on its customers when refuelling in an environment of rising prices caused by the sharp rise in international commodity prices.
Starting today, Repsol customers who have the Waylet app or who sign up for it will receive a coupon for 10 euro cents per liter that can be used by private users in the following fifteen days for any type of fuel, with no minimum amount and valid for up to 60 liters per transaction. For each transaction with the application, a new coupon will be received with the same terms for the duration of the discount program.
The discount is compatible with other advantages already offered by Waylet to its users, such as the app’s welcome promotion, which generates a balance of 3 euro cents per liter of fuel during the first six months; or with the offer available when contracting electricity and gas from Repsol.
Launched in 2017, Waylet is the leading mobility payment app in Spain with more than 3 million registered users. Waylet enables contactless mobile payment at any of the more than 3,300 Repsol service stations, with features such as refueling without needing to go to the cash register, managing electric vehicle recharging, and paying for regulated parking in more than 22 locations. In addition, more than 4,000 businesses have signed up to allow payment with Waylet, including El Corte Ingles, Burger King, Paradores, First Stop, La Casa de las Carcasas, Federopticos and Petuluku.
In addition, Waylet offers the possibility of offsetting the CO2 emissions of the fuel consumed. It is voluntary and every time the customer decides to compensate, the company matches the amount. According to its 2021-2025 Strategic Plan, Repsol aims to have eight million fully digital customers at the end of the period.