How can you get free petrol and diesel
This offer is from Citibank. You can get up to 71 liters of free fuel using Citibank’s credit card. For this you must have an Indian Oil City Credit Card. Along with the offer, it is also a great credit card for buying fuel. If you have this card and you buy fuel from Indian Oil’s petrol from it, then you will get reward points, which never expire.
Reward points will provide free fuel
Through these rewards, you will be able to get up to 71 liters of petrol-diesel annually for free. Reward points are also called turbo points. Another big advantage of this credit card is that you will get 1% fuel surcharge exemption on buying fuel from Indian Oil Petrol Pump. Let’s know how much fuel you buy will get reward points.
4 turbo points at a cost of Rs. 150
You will get 4 turbo points every time you buy fuel at Indian Oil Pump for Rs 150. At the same time, you can also use this card in grocery and supermarket. You will get 2 turbo points by spending 150 rupees there. Similarly, if you spend Rs 150 in any other category, you will get 1 turbo point.
Best advantage on fuel
As far as redeeming the reward point is concerned, you will get the most benefit from buying petrol and diesel only. The redemption rate of 1 turbo point on an Indian oil pump will be Rs 1. That is, one point costs 1 rupee. The rate is 25 paise on Goibibo, Indigo, Make My Trip. That is, one point will be 25 paise. At the same time, one point rate will be 30 paise on Book My Show and Vi (Vodafone Idea). This card can save you from expensive petrol and diesel.
Petrol and diesel rates
Today, the rate of petrol in Delhi increased by 35 paise per liter, which increased the petrol rate in the city to Rs 90.93 per liter. At the same time, diesel also became expensive by 35 paise per liter to 81.32 rupees per liter. For your information, let us know that the government oil companies review fuel prices every day. After this, the rates of daily petrol and diesel are fixed. Fuel prices in India are decided on the basis of foreign exchange rates and crude prices in the international market. But petrol is taxed at 55.5 percent and diesel at 47.3 percent.