Get up to P4.00/L off when you gas up at Unioil with your EastWest card

There’s no denying that the pandemic has caused a lot of challenges on Filipinos, such as rising prices on just about everything. For motorists, increasing fuel prices are a cause for concern, and it would be great if they could find a way to save what they can on their fuel expenses and get greater value for their money.

Fortunately, there is a bank ready to help and ease the burden when it comes to rising fuel prices. EastWest has partnered with fuel company Unioil to provide exclusive discounts to both EastWest debit and credit cardholders gassing up at participating Unioil stations.

Getting the discount is simple. Just go to your nearest participating Unioil station and you’ll automatically get P2.50/L off for Diesel, P3.00/L off for Gas 91, or P4.00/L off for Gas 95 and 97 when you inform the station personnel that you will be paying with your EastWest debit or credit card. What’s better is that you can avail yourself of this discount three times and up to 80 liters every day!

This exclusive promo lasts until November 14, 2021.

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