Get Free Gas With Baker's Fuel Rewards In 3 Steps
It's no secret that fuel prices are going up, and unless you drive an EV, gasoline is a necessity that can't be avoided. You don't have to pay full price for fuel, however.
Whether you choose to use Baker's or another gas station, many major fuel companies now offer reward systems like Shell's Lucky Fuel Rewards in which you can save money at the pump. Whether it's getting a certain amount of money off for each gallon you purchase or a points system, you can start saving money. DoNotPay can help make the process easier by signing up for Baker’s fuel rewards program.
What Are Fuel Rewards/Gas Rewards?
This isn't the same as a gas credit card, which requires you to use the card in order to get the rewards. You simply sign up, and you're ready to go. No credit checks, interest rates, or due dates.
Baker's, which is a part of the Kroger family, offers a points-based reward system. When you buy groceries, medicine, gift cards, or purchase something from Fred Meyer Jewelers, you're earning points. If you use your rewards card, that is. If you haven't signed up for a rewards card, or simply forget to use it, you aren't earning points.
You don't have to pay to use Baker’s fuel rewards program, so you begin to earn points when you sign up and begin using it.
How Baker's Fuel Points Works
Earning points with Baker's is fairly easy. The system isn't all that complicated, so it's easy to get started. Here's how your purchases translate into points.
- You get one fuel point for every $1 you spend.
- You get two fuel points for every $1 you spend on a gift card. There are some exclusions for which gift cards earn points, and which don't.
- Qualifying prescriptions earns points, although how many depends on the prescription.
- 25 Fuel Points for non-federally funded prescriptions
- 1 Fuel Point for every $1 of your out-of-pocket costs for federally funded prescriptions
- 75 Fuel Points for each 90-day script
- Special bonus Fuel Points promotions earn you even more points than usual.
To actually use your Baker's Fuel Points, you go to your local Kroger Family of Stores Fuel Centers and participating Shell location, and swipe your card. You can also use your alternate ID when prompted.
Here are some more details:
|Savings/gallon||Up to $1 off per gallon|
|How it works||
Every 1,000 points equate to $1 off per gallon, which is the max amount of points you can redeem at one time.
To use your Baker's Fuel Points, just swipe your card at a participating station. You can also use your alternate ID when prompted.
|How to sign-up||On the Bakers website|
|Additional Benefits||Special bonus Fuel Points promotions earn you even more points than usual.|
|Where is it available?||Participating Kroger Family of Stores Fuel Centers or Shell stations|
Using Your Baker's Fuel Points
Your Baker's fuel points do have an expiration date. It's at the end of each month, so you have to use your points by then, or lose them. For example, the points you earned in June will expire on July 31.
You can also check to see how many fuel points you've earned by checking your receipts. If you don't keep track of receipts, then you can also check out Baker's website or mobile app for a current total.
As for how many points you can actually earn to help save on fuel, there's no limit. You can earn as much as you can spend at a participating location.
With that being said, there is a limit on how many points you can redeem. Fuel points are redeemable in 100 point increments, and you can use up to 35 gallons of unleaded, mid-grade, premium, diesel, and E85. Every 1,000 points equate to $1 off per gallon, which is the max amount of points you can redeem at one time.
How to Sign-Up for Baker's Fuel Points on Your Own
To sign up for Baker's Fuel Points, you simply head to Baker's website. You can fill out the provided online form, or continue with Google. This is also the stage where you will create an alternate ID number.
If you have a Baker's card, you can use that to sign up. If not, they will provide you with a virtual card that can be used to access coupons, keep up with your savings and fuel points, and more.
There are some things to keep in mind when you sign up with Baker's fuel points.
- You have to remember yet another username and password.
- Keeping track of your alternate ID is very important if you don't have a physical card to swipe.
- Keeping up with your points and expiration dates can be tiresome.
Let DoNotPay Help Sign You Up for Baker's Fuel Points
In today's age, there are thousands of passwords and usernames, and IDs to keep up with. There are your work IDs, training IDs, usernames for programs to keep track of your child's progress at school, personal email addresses and passwords, work email, and so much more. Then you add in apps, credit cards, and everything else, and it can all become overwhelming.
Adding in yet another username, password, and alternate ID is no one's idea of a good time, and keeping track of it all can be extremely frustrating. It's also difficult to remember your fuel points when you've got more important things to keep track of, like your child's sports schedule.
Rather than dealing with all this on your own, let DoNotPay handle it for you.
How to Get Discounts and Rewards for Fuel Using DoNotPay
If you want to get discounts and rewards for fuel but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 3 easy steps:
- Open DoNotPay and click on the Fuel Rewards Product.
- Choose whether you would like to 1) Sign up for a new rewards account, 2) See your Alt ID, or 3) Check on your fuel points. If it's your first time using our product, you'll be prompted to sign up for a rewards account first.
- If you chose to see your Alt ID or fuel points, DoNotPay will display that information for you. Otherwise, we'll guide you through a few questions so we can sign you up for a rewards account at your favorite gas station on your behalf.
DoNotPay Works Across All Companies/Entities/Groups With the Click of a Button
Baker's is not the only fuel points rewards system we can help you sign up with. We can also assist with:
- Exxon fuel rewards
- Kroger fuel rewards
- Shell fuel rewards
- Safeway fuel rewards
- Murphy fuel rewards
- 711 fuel rewards
- AAA fuel rewards
- BP fuel rewards
What Else Can DoNotPay Do?
Saving on fuel prices is great, but DoNotPay doesn't stop there. We can also:
This is far from a comprehensive list of all the things DoNotPay can do. For more information on how we can make your life simpler, sign up today!