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BP Rewards is here!
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Welcome to BP Rewards

What is BP Rewards?

BP Rewards is our new loyalty program that lets you earn points every time you fill up or shop at a participating BP retail site.

 

We’ve also partnered with Qantas Frequent Flyer, Australia’s leading airline rewards program which means you will be able to earn either Qantas Points or BP Points, the choice is yours!

 

You can start earning points in store by scanning a BP Rewards card, the BPme app, a Qantas Frequent Flyer card or the Qantas app. Customers can register at bprewards.com.au or by downloading the BPme app.

 

One of the great things about BP Rewards is that not only can you choose which points you earn but you can also choose what you spend your points on. You can choose to redeem your BP Points for dollars off your fuel or instore at BP.  Or if you choose Qantas Points, you can use these points towards your next holiday.

 

Exclusions and terms and conditions apply – see bprewards.com.au

BP Plus and Qantas Business Rewards

 

We're also pleased to announce BP Plus fuel card is now the exclusive fuel card partner of Qantas Business Rewards. This means, eligible businesses with a BP Plus account can now earn Qantas Points when they fill up their fleet.

 

Visit the BP Plus website for further information.

 

Who will earn the Qantas Business Rewards points on the BP Plus account?

Qantas Points for Qantas Business Rewards will be awarded to the account holder of the BP Plus account – not individual drivers. But there’s good news for drivers too! Eligible BP Plus card holders will be able to earn reward points with our new loyalty program, BP Rewards. For more information, visit bprewards.com.au/bpplus.

 

I don’t currently have a BP Plus account, how do I join?

You can apply for a BP Plus account online and take advantage of any current special offers. Ts&Cs apply.

 

Tax invoice process

This information relates to BP’s loyalty program pre-February 2020.

GST & redemption of Velocity points

If you have used Velocity points to partially pay for fuel and products at participating BP service stations and you're entitled to claim GST credits for the transaction, the GST payable shown on the tax invoice will need to be adjusted.

 

These instructions, together with the pinpad receipt and the tax invoice issued by BP, will allow you to calculate the GST payable by you and may be treated as a valid tax invoice.

 

What is the GST payable if my redemption of Velocity points funded the entire purchase?

In this case, the GST payable on the transaction by you is $0.


For example, if you purchased $30 of fuel (including GST of $2.73) and redeemed Velocity points to the value of $30 there will be no balance owing.

 

How do I calculate GST for a points plus pay transaction?

This methodology should be applied to determine the adjusted GST payable if you pay with points as well as another method, such as cash or card. This is called a points plus pay transaction.

 

Example one: All items subject to GST

 

For example, if your original tax invoice from BP states that you spent a total of $96 (inc $8.73 of GST) on fuel and you used Velocity points to the value of $30, you will have paid $66 to BP.

 

To determine the adjusted GST amount calculate the:

  1. proportion of the total price that you paid. In this example $66 / $96 = 68.75%.
  2. adjusted GST amount by reducing the original GST on the invoice by the proportion that you have paid. In this example 68.75% x $8.73 means the adjusted GST amount = $6. As the products purchased were all subject to GST, the corrected GST amount equals 1/11th of the amount that you paid (i.e. 1/11th x $66).

 

Example two: Not all items subject to GST

 

If your original tax invoice from BP states that you spent a total of $115 (inc $10 of GST), with $110 on fuel and $5 on bread and milk, and you used Velocity points to the value of $30, you will have paid $85 to BP.

 

To determine the adjusted GST amount calculate the:

  1. proportion of the total price that you paid. In this example $85 / $115 = 74%.
  2. adjusted GST amount by reducing the original GST on the invoice by the proportion that you have paid. In this example 74% x $10 means the adjusted GST amount = $7.40.

 

This is not the provision of tax or accounting advice. The material on this webpage has been prepared for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax and accounting advisors to understand your tax obligations.