TOTAL (Philippines) Corporation is celebrating the season of giving by treating 2,000 customers to fuel e-vouchers worth up to P1,000 weekly in its Pamaskong Regalo ng TOTAL promo!

From November 20, 2018 until January 5, 2019, all customers with P1,000 single-receipt fuel purchases will receive one e-raffle ticket code. These e-raffle codes will give them the chance to win P100, P200, P500, or P1,000 fuel vouchers during the weekly electronic raffle draws happening on December 5, 12, 21, 29, and January 5. They can also double their chances of winning when they fuel up with TOTAL Excellium, as every P1,000 single-receipt purchase yields two e-raffle entries.

Part of our journey to becoming the responsible energy major is ensuring that our stakeholders know that they are appreciated. With the Pamaskong Regalo ng TOTAL promo, we hope to extend our gratitude for their constant support and patronage, especially during this special season of giving,” says Raymond Decena, TOTAL (Philippines) Corporation Vice President for Retail.

To receive their e-raffle code, customers will simply be asked to input their contact details on the tablet presented by TOTAL’s service crew, and the code will be sent directly to their mobile numbers via text message. After the raffle draws, winners will receive a text message notifying them of their win. Winners of P500 and P1000 fuel e-voucher will also be notified via registered mail and posted on the Total (Philippines) Corporation official Facebook page.

The holidays are also made sweeter by TOTAL Bonjour! For every P200 single-receipt purchase of participating Nestle ice cream variants until January 31, 2019, customers can purchase a limited edition Bonjour insulated bag for only P30.

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About Total (Philippines) Corporation

Total (Philippines) Corporation is the local subsidiary of French oil giant TOTAL SA. Established in 1997, the company is engaged in the marketing of fuels, lubricants and special fluids, and operates a network of over 420 service stations throughout Luzon and the Visayas. Other Total affiliates in the Philippines include the Asia-Pacific Shared Service Center, Total E&P Philippines, and SunPower.


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