The latest news on innovation in the fuel retail and convenience store industry.
7-Eleven Inc. is adding to its portfolio of mobile payment options with the addition of Apple Pay and Google Pay for contactless payments at participating U.S. convenience stores.
In early January, Quik- Trip sent a push notification to users of its mobile application saying, in part, “Mobile ordering is now available in the QT app.”
CVS, Kohl's and Wal-Mart all added payment features to their respective mobile apps in 2016. Target now reportedly will do the same. This trend will be one to follow in 2017 — and for good reason.
Most consumers have yet to figure out how to pay for their daily lattes using their smartphones. But that hasn’t stopped automakers from adding digital wallets to cars, too.
Convenience-store retailer Thorntons Inc. has updated its Refreshing Rewards loyalty program, allowing all members to begin accessing exclusive offers and savings immediately after swiping their card
On-demand delivery service startup goPuff continues to spread its service across the country, reaching its 15th major U.S. city with the addition of Columbus, Ohio.
Speedpass+ users can access the app from their Ford Sync 3 touchscreen or by voice commands to authorize payment while automatically earning Plenti loyalty points at Exxon and Mobil stations.
Loyalty program rewards that help consumers save on the cost of gasoline ranked No. 1 as the most popular program currency in 2016, according to Excentus' second annual "Road to Rewards Revisited" survey and report. Thirty-seven percent of consumers prefer fuel discounts over credit cards, coupons, retailer points and instant discounts at the cash register.