Right now with the Sheetz app under my offers I am able to get a free coffee. Some of the things under my offers like drinking coffee I don't or wouldn't use. My idea is to be able to pass that offer to a friend through a simple click on the app or through email.
My idea is when you building up your loyalty card to ten items so the eleventh is free, rather than getting the next item free allow the customer the option of redeeming the items for cents off per gallon of gas. Example: If someone has already bought 10 six inch subs and bought the eleventh one, give them the option of swapping their loyalty rewards for extra gas points. 11 items for 11 cents and every time and allow... more »
One of the MAJOR shortcomings of the Sheetz phone app is that people have to locate the app and wait for the app to load in order to scan their Sheetz card from their phone. Integrating the app with the iPhone wallet allows consumers to add the app to the wallet where they have their rewards card at the touch of a button.
I'm getting close to one of the milestone ages, and I'd like to take advantage of it as much as I can. So how about a discount for old farts like me, maybe on coffeez, if not every day, one day a week maybe on certain MTO items?
I have to swipe the MySheetz Card before pumping gas. Then I still have to pick all the options I want. Why can't I program MySheetz so that it automatically selects Yes or No to a car wash, to auto-select the grade of gas, to text me the car wash code if I override my No setting, and gasp, email me my receipt? After providing payment it puts on the screen my default choices, I pick Yes, and start pumping. I could even... more »
You should make a reward program where you get free things for visiting so many different Sheetz stores.
You should advise customers when their rewards are going to expire. For example, I was one item away from a free breakfast sandwich and now the breakfast credits are all gone and the line isn't even listed at the bottom of the receipt. Had I been aware I was going to loose everything I had earned, I would have made sure to use them up before they expired!
Those freebies you load onto our "my sheetz cards" every month or so are great! (when you can get them) EXCEPT it never fails that every time I go to redeem them the cashiers have no idea what I'm talking about and try to charge me for something sheetz actually sent me an email about notifying me of my freebie. for example. this month I received an email saying a fried appetizer was "on the house" I tried to get an order... more »
Wraps should be included in the buy 10 program. They cost as much as a sub -- but, no reward?
I prefer the wrap mainly because of the "ease in eating" while driving ability. In addition to the lower bread content -- but, no reward?
Why do you need to scan two cards when you use your Sheetz credit card? Everything you purchase with your Sheetz credit card should be automatically connected to your MySheetz card account so you dont have to scan 2 cards at the checkout or at the pump.
I buy sheetz gas pretty much every other day for work purposes. How about adding some kind of discount inside the store for purchasing fuel.
I would love to receive coupons for Sheetz items in my local newspaper and maybe a Free item once a week that we can print and bring the coupon in.
Right now you have cookies and donuts given separate credits. Why? They are about the same price. Put them together so we can get our rewards sooner, and also add gobs into that, since they are the same price too.
So many retailers have jumped on the iPhone Passbook bandwagon, its hard to believe that Sheetz is so far behind! The App is great and it's great that you can track your rewards. However, the convenience would be greatly multiplied by having the option to put the My Sheetz Card into passbook! Just a thought...
Let's be honest, 3cents off a gallon isn't anything great. Rewards should scale up, so if I've been buying gas there for a while it'd jump up to like 5 cents after a year, then maybe up to 10cents after 3 years.
almost every place offers a 3cent off a gallon these days, so why not do something different that actually would save ppl more then a few cents a fill up