Head's Up on BP Rewards Card

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Mike Belt

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I just found this out over the last week. I have their rewards card but also a BP MasterCard. I've always used my rewards card when making a purchase to accumulate reward points. The MasterCard also has a number at the bottom of the card (not the account number). If you use this card rather than the rewards card you gain 5X the points.
 
Andy S.

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I was also recently told by someone in the know at BPS that they (BPS) voluntarily drop off some of your reward points after a set period of time, say 6 months. She told me to go to customer service counter and tell them to retrieve and reload my reward points that they voluntarily dropped off after a set period of time. My buddy recently did this, and sure enough, they loaded $50-75 more reward points that they had dropped off over time, unbeknownst to him. I think it would be worth your while to inquire about this at the customer service desk, ESPECIALLY if you have a BPS credit card like he did, with beaucoup of reward points.

Also Mike, my buddy that has a MasterCard like you was told to throw away his old rewards card (different number) because it does not pay you dividends like the number on the bottom of your MasteCard.
 
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I quit using mine because the rewards would expire after only 3 months.


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Customer service will add expired points back.
 

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