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Partner rewards in South Africa

Reduce your operating expenses in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth or Durban with the Partner Rewards program. This rewards program was built to support the women and men who choose to drive using the Uber App.

Fuel rewards

We have partnered with British Petroleum (BP). Swipe your Pick n Pay smart shopper card at any BP Service Station and earn points to save. To get one of these cards for free OR if you already have one and want this reward activated to start earning points visit your nearest Green Light Hub.

*This is only for Active Uber Driver-Partners

Driver-partners can get:

  • PnP smart shopper card with 5,000 smart shopper points worth R50.00 upon registration
  • Earn 60.00cents worth of smart shopper reward points for every litre of fuel purchased at BP branded Forecourts
  • Selected meal discounts up to 40% at wild bean cafes at BP pr PnP express stores
  • You can also earn points when you purchase groceries at PnP stores nationwide
  • It’s simple! Visit your nearest Pick n Pay store with your ID document, ask any cashier to help sign you up for a smart shopper car. Once you have a card register it on Pick n Pay's website and then visit your nearest Green Light Hub for further assistance.

  • If you already have a smart shopper card, visit your nearest Green Light Hub for further assistance.

  • Every time you earn points you can go to any PnP store and convert these points into a voucher that can be used to purchase groceries at PnP express stores or supermarkets. You can also use these points for fuel at any BP forecourt.

  • You need to Swipe your smart shopper card anytime you:

    • Buy Fuel at any BP forecourt.
    • Shop for groceries at PnP supermarkets.
  • To redeem your points, Visit your nearest PnP store:

    1. There will be a self-help kiosk where you need to input your ID number.
    2. The system will find your account and convert your points into rands.
    3. You will receive a slip that you can give the cashier to either pay/put towards your bill.
  • You need to show that you are an active Driver-partner at Wild bean cafe or PnP express stores

    1. Click on the image in the top right corner of your driver app to access the menu
    2. Click on your image in the menu to access your profile details and full image
    3. You can view your profile details
    4. Show this to the cashier and you will receive your discount
  • Since fuel is one of your biggest weekly expenses, we wanted to share these top 10 tips from the Automobile Association South Africa (AASA) on how to reduce the amount of petrol you use and ultimately increase your profits on Uber.

    1. Check your tyre pressure

    Under-inflated tyres are not only dangerous, they increase the rolling resistance between the vehicle’s tyres and the road. To overcome the extra drag, the engine will have to work harder and therefore consume more fuel.

    • Under-inflated tyres increase rolling resistance between your vehicle and the road.
    • Inflated tyres decrease rolling resistance between your vehicle and the road.
    • Correctly inflated tyres result in an increase in their useful life of approximately 3%.

    2. Service your car regularly

    A badly maintained vehicle is unlikely to perform as it is designed to. Problems such as partially blocked filters, poor oil performance and emissions control systems defects may occur. These and other factors will prevent your engine from functioning as well as the manufacturer intended it to, which can result in increased fuel consumption.

    3. Reduce your drag

    Any external fixings such as roof boxes, their rails and bike racks should be removed when not in use. They change airflow over the vehicle and increase the aerodynamic draft. Opening sunroofs and windows will also increase air drag over the car. This means a great force is needed to drive the vehicle through the air, requiring extra power from your engine, and increasing fuel consumption and emissions.

    4. Use high quality fuels

    Using high quality fuels, will allow the vehicle to run more efficiently, enabling improved combustion quality thus reducing fuel consumption and lowering emissions. For petrol vehicles, the fuel economy benefit of unleaded can be from 25km more per tank compared to higher octane fuels.

    5. Turn off you Air-con

    The air-conditioning unit contains a compressor pump driven by your engine. When air-conditioning is used the compressor uses power from your engine, increasing the work it has to do. This requires more fuel and produces increased fuel emissions.

    6. Lighten your load

    Carrying unnecessary weight in the boot cabin of the vehicle will make the engine work harder when accelerating – this particularly affects stop/start driving. Simply removing this load will reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Keep this in mind before you choose to overload your vehicle with riders.

    7. Avoid stop-start driving

    The engine has to work hard when accelerating and every time the brakes are used this energy is lost as heat. By observing and predicting road and traffic conditions ahead, the effects of stop/start driving can be reduced. Simply lifting off the accelerator earlier and gently slowing down will improve fuel economy and make riders much happier.

    8. Avoid excessive idling

    Unnecessary idling will consume fuel and produce emissions even while stationary. During idling periods of several minutes or more, where it is safe to do so, switching off your engine will stop fuel consumption and emissions completely. Consider this when you’re spending a few minutes waiting for your rider.

    9. Ease off the accelerator

    Accelerating hard and using high engine speeds will make the engine consume more fuel. This is because, under high loads and speeds, the engine is not operating very efficiently. Accelerating more steadily to the desired speed will reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Using the engine in its most efficient range can reduce consumption and emissions:

    • For petrol, changing gear at 2500rpm is recommended
    • For diesel, changing gear at 2000rpm is recommended

    10. Change down a gear

    When driving on a steep hill, do not labour the engine at low engine speeds. It is better to use a lower gear and keep the engine speed higher.

The information provided on this web page is intended for informational purposes only and may not be applicable in your country, region, or city. It is subject to change and may be updated without notice.