Ampol has returned in 2020 which sees Caltex stations and Caltex StarCard holders transition over to Ampol and Ampol Card. The Ampol Card can help cut your fuel costs with ongoing pump discounts of 2c/l off regular fuel and 4c/l off premium Amplify 98 fuels. Ampol's 1,900 strong service stations Australia-wide means you'll be able to find a station near you.
Pros & Cons
What's not so good?
Ampol have a great offering here which begins with fixed price fuel discounts of 2/cl off regular fuels and 4c/l off premium Amplify 98 fuels. While their $2.95/m per card fee structure isn’t the cheapest, it is very easy to understand and calculate. Extras like charging road tolls to the account, servicing or roadside assist is nice but is an optional extra you have to pay for:
- $0.50/m per vehicle to enable tolls (like Linkt) across Australia
- $2.00/m per vehicle to enable Services & Repairs across 5,000 non-fuel partners
- $5.25/m per vehicle to enable Roadside Assistance
Ampol also have simpler non-business/personal fuel cards with AmpolCard Debit and AmpolCash. The AmpolCard Debit has the same fuel discount benefits as the normal AmpolCard but draws funds directly from your bank account, while AmpolCash is simply a prepaid card – there are no fuel benefits.
To get the most out of the card your business should already use Ampol stations regularly and have comparable services like Roadside Assist which you could consolidate. Discounts from vehicle servicing and repairs may also offset the additional monthly charges, but these discounts don’t apply ontop of other special promotions (e.g. buy 3 tyres, get 1 free).
Discounts & Fees
Minimum criteria for this card
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