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Shopping for groceries can help save at the pump

Dominick’s and ExxonMobil have teamed up to provide Dominick’s shoppers a new way to save at the pump.

Dominick’s shoppers and Mobil customers can now earn Reward Points for most products purchased at Dominick’s stores and redeem their Reward Points at participating Mobil locations. This new loyalty program will help maximize the value and savings provided to Dominick’s and Mobil customers through the combination of convenience and rewards.

According to a recent Dominick’s survey, one-third of families go out of their way to look for deals because saving money is important to them. Nearly three out of four people will drive out of their way to purchase more affordable gas, and 76 percent of consumers said they would change where they grocery shop and purchase gas to save money. With more than a quarter of consumers spending up to $175 on gas and up to $300 on groceries each month, saving money is important.

“We understand the importance of stretching grocery dollars,” said Mir Aamir, president of Customer Loyalty and Digital Technologies at Safeway, the parent company of Dominick’s. “By teaming up with Mobil, we’re able to thank our customers with a loyalty program that makes two frequent and critical purchases lead to real savings.”

Reward Points are earned by purchasing groceries, qualifying gift cards and pharmacy items with a Dominick’s Fresh Values Card and are easy to redeem at participating Mobil locations. For every 100 points earned by shopping at Dominick’s with a Dominick’s Fresh Values Card, shoppers get a 10 cent per gallon Reward. Shoppers can use up to 20 cents per gallon in Rewards on a single fill-up at a participating Mobil location with a maximum of 25 gallons and a limit of one vehicle per transaction.

Shoppers can redeem their Reward Points by simply swiping their Dominick’s Fresh Values Card or by entering their linked phone number at the pump before fueling up.

For more information, visit www.dominicks.com.


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