You can redeem your Speedway Credit Card points online, through your Speedway account, or through the iOS or Android mobile app. Alternatively, you can use your points to pay at a Speedway store using the touchscreen at the register. Points can only be redeemed for purchases at the Speedway store, or online for products and coupons.
Here’s how you can redeem Speedway Credit Card points:
Speedway Mobile App: Log in to your account on the Speedway mobile app, for iOS or Android, using your email address and PIN. Navigate to the "Rewards" section of the app. After you've selected the item of your choice, a digital coupon will be stored in your Speedy Wallet.
Speedway Rewards Marketplace: Login to your Speedy Rewards account online. Under "Redeem Points", select "Marketplace". There you can shop with your Speedy Rewards Points for a wide variety of items.
SpeedyRewards Touchscreen: Scan your digital Speedy Rewards card inside the store when making a purchase. Any eligible items that you can use points to get for free will be highlighted with a "Pay with Points" button next to it. Just tap the button and enter your passcode.
Please note that when you’re issued your Speedway Credit Card, an account will be created for you. You must register that account first, before you can redeem your points.
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