Easy to set up: Register your details and load your preferred payment method/s securely into the BPme app - PayPal, Visa, MasterCard or Amex.
Easy to use: Pull into your nearest BP, open BPme, enter your fuel pump number and confirm your payment method. Briefly wait for the pump to unlock before getting out of the car to fill up. Once you have finished fuelling - you’re good to go.
Easy to keep track: A transaction summary will show you the total points you have earned for your fuel transaction – BP Points or Qantas Points, it’s your choice - and a tax invoice will be emailed to you with full transaction details for your convenience. You can also look up your previous in-app purchases anytime in your BPme transaction history section.
Easy to be rewarded: Keep track of your BP Rewards points balance and maximise your earnings by viewing and activating offers anytime on the go in the Rewards section of BPme.
Easy to locate a BP: Use the ‘Store Finder’ in the app to find your nearest BP locations anytime, and get directions for how to get there.
Simple and intuitive to use, our BPme fuel app can be used at every participating BP. It’s Australia-wide too, so it’s easy to pick up fuel in NSW, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
Make the everyday easy with BPme.
As always, this release of BPme will iron out some of those pesky bugs, to ensure your BPme experience is smoother than ever. It will also ensure that our recent update – allowing you to access BP Rewards in BPme – is working seamlessly for you, whether you choose to Pay for Fuel via BPme or scan your Digital BP Rewards card in store.
We have also refined our Account section, to ensure you are able to access all of your account information quickly and conveniently.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Time saver - rewards
Setting up my account and adding a payment option was easy and relatively fast. Used the app at the bowser yesterday and all went smoothly and quickly. The “pay for fuel” tab was self explanatory and easy to navigate. Currently no option to link Velocity points (lost a rating star for that). I understand velocity cards can still be used in-store but this defeats the purpose of the app in my opinion. From reading other previous reviews of this app it is quite clear that many consumers (myself included) believe this feature should have been included in the initial release, not been left as an afterthought with a promise that “the app is under constant development and more features will be added in the future”. It currently feels like we are “missing out” on a reward we would have otherwise be offered. All round a great app and keen to see the rewards link option soon.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, we appreciate your praise with regards to the core functionality of the app and fully understand your stance regarding Velocity integration, we understand that the inability to claim Velocity Points via the app is a drawback for many of our customers. As you’ve pointed out, though, we are working on bringing new features to the app which will hopefully bring with them a better customer experience. Once again, we appreciate the time you’ve taken to rate our app.
Store Finder not reliable
App setup was easy. But so far, the app has not been helpful to me- it didn’t find and give any info on the 7 common stations I use, and the 2 it could find can’t or won’t process payment by the app. I think a 10+ character password is ridiculous, why not a 4+? Main concern is the “Store Finder” function in the app does not show any of the 7 BP stations in my region (west Gippsland, VIC) or the one in my parents’ area that I use. (3029, VIC). That was without any search filters applied too. I initially had filters to look for BPme-enabled stations & BP Rewards stations but my stations of interest did not appear on map. I removed the filters and they still did not display. App REQUIRES device’s ‘Location Services’ to be ON in order to complete registration which I do not like- I would prefer to be able to register without Location Services, and then just manually enter a town name, or only activate Location Services manually for search if I was looking for a servo in an unfamiliar region where I didn’t know town name/s to enter. I would prefer the Store Finder map to display ALL stations and just be able to zoom in to the area I was in, rather than having to enter town names or activate Location Services. Also, I was extremely disappointed and surprised that two major stations on M1 Freeway (Officer, VIC) are not currently BPme-enabled! It should be a business requirement than any station on an A-road (fwy/hwy) *must* have BPme facility.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, Really appreciate the time you've taken in providing your feedback. We are so sorry for the inconvenience you've had using the location search. Your query does help us improve our app and will pass on your feedback to our dev team. Otherwise, I can suggest clearing cache and re installing the app. If the issue still persists, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details, we would be happy to assist you.
The initial setup process is too long and switches between the app & online. I also made the mistake the first time of filling up before launching the app and then had to wait for the store person to override it before it would process my payment. Made it half way to the register before that happened. There should be an option come up to select whether you have filled up already or not. Used it today for the second time and remembered to open the app first but even though the app says the pump is released and able to be used you still have to wait until the store person releases it before you can fill up. Also massive lag between finishing and the payment being approved. I actually got my emailed receipt before the app showed that payment had been made & I could drive off. It is good to not have to get all of the kids out of the car to pay for fuel but with all the lags it doesn’t actually save much time. Disappointing also that not all places accept the app.
Developer Response ,
Hi Gio12344321, thank you for your detailed feedback and suggestions. Regarding the unlocking of the pump, thank you for letting us know- it is not the customer service experience we aim for at our BP stations. If you could please provide more information such as the specific station, time and date of the transaction I will be able to pass it onto the relevant team to investigate further. Regarding approval of payment, thanks for your feedback, we are looking into this further to understand what caused this. The app is available at over 600 (and rising) BP stations across the country, and likely to build to 700+ stations in 2018. To check your nearest BPme enabled station, simply download the app and find the nearest BP participating station in the Station Finder. Thanks.
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