BP Plus Card
BP have the largest single site network in Australia which makes it a popular choice for small businesses to large fleets. Fixed ongoing fuel discounts of 2c/l off regular fuels and 3c/l off BP Ultimate along with Xero integration, Qantas Points and 0% card service fees on AMEX makes it a very attractive option.
BP Plus Card
Pros & Cons
What's not so good?
For businesses which primarily use BP stations, the BP Plus offer is hard to go past.
Beyond the normal benefits of fuel cards such as saving time and money on receipts and reconciliation, BP have upped their game in their cards features to make it a more attractive option to stick to BP only stations. While smaller businesses who only need 1-2 cards are charged a more expensive $4.95/m, the card fees drop to $2.20 when 3 or more cards purchased so it’s actually cheaper to have 3 cards than 2 cards (3 cards for $6.60/m vs 2 cards for $9.90). The cards themselves can be assigned to vehicles or employees, so it’s not difficult to find a reason to increase the number of cards.
To get the most out of the card aside from visiting BP stations, your business should be using Xero accounting software as fuel invoices are directly copied to Xero. Your business should also be enrolled in Qantas Business Rewards to take advantage of earning Qantas points – you can register free of charge saving $99 when registering through bpplus.com.au. To earn more points, the BP Plus account can be settled with an American Express card which there is currently 0% service fees on.
The standout is the BP Plus app which is similar to BPme, but with more business functions like:
- Ability to enter odometer readings within the app
- Send transaction receipts to anyone
- Locating the nearest BP store
- Paying for fuel within the app
- Store multiple BP cards within the app
You may also use your BP Plus card to access a network of non-fuel merchants including Beaurepaires, Bob Jane T-Marts, Bridgestone, O’Brien Autoglass, Tyrepower and Ultra Tune. BP Plus cards can also be used for warranty servicing at participating car dealerships.
Discounts & Fees
Minimum criteria for this card
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